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Why Project Management Should Be a Natural Part of a Learning Design System

In today's increasingly projectized world, aren't we all project managers?  We are constantly finding ourselves in team environments needing to initiate, plan, execute, and monitor projects -- all with a substantial amount of reporting and analytics built in.

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Is Continuous Improvement Possible in Learning Design?

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the "Publish" button, the clock is counting down to the point at which the information delivered in the course becomes outdated or irrelevant.

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The Need for a Knowledge Management Repository

Knowledge is everywhere you look. Every employee has something valuable to contribute to the organization. Whether it be a new business idea, a new process for fixing a broken one, or valuable advice on how to work with a particular client, this knowledge should be captured and analyzed.

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Reducing the Pain of Creating and Delivering 'Customized' Learning

According to the ATD 2017 State of the Industry reportsponsored by LinkedIn Learning and Study.com, organizations spent $1,273 per employee in 2016 on direct learning, compared with $1,252 in 2015. The average number of formal learning hours used per employee also grew: 34.1 hours in 2016, up...

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Converting Instructor-Led Training into eLearning

A few years ago there was a project to move thousands of hours of instructor-led training to online “eLearning” in a very short period of time. There was a huge business driver behind this. The company was facing a potential strike in six to nine months and they were preparing a contingency plan...

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Centralized or Decentralized Training: Which model is better?

"It takes too long.” This is the single most common complaint from stakeholders with regards to centralized learning organizations who create training content for different business functions. The traditional method of pairing a centralized team of instructional designers with distributed...

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