One of the pain points of building courses is obsoletion: just as you hit the "Publish" button, the clock is counting down to the point at which the information delivered in the course becomes outdated or irrelevant.
In the case you want to expand on what topics you offer to employees for training programs, you may want to set up an internal crowdsourcing campaign and leverage subject matter experts.
Here are a few suggestions on how to get started:
Streamline your idea/intake process
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Recent L&D Reports in corporate training state that only a third of business organizations feel as if their training programs meet expected results. And this means that over 60% of the organizations fail to generate any significant return on investment from the training they provide to employees...
We all need objectives for our projects. Learning objectives are basically the essence of your course's goal, as they describe what you want your learners to achieve after completing it.
When it comes to stakeholders in the instructional design process, many learning professionals consider the needs of only two groups: subject matter experts and themselves. There are many others involved in the learning project development process whose input is equally vital.
Instructional designers often keep to proven, academic-based design principles. Creating a blueprint can often ensure that the course material is on point and delivered on time.