Redesigning Learning Design to Meet Today’s Challenges

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DevLearn 2013 Conference & Expo - October 23, 2013

Lance Dublin

CEO & Chief Solution Architect
Dublin Consulting

Organizations today are dealing with new challenges and new requirements while also seeking greater opportunities for innovation. Therefore, it’s time to consider the possibility that the tried-and-true ADDIE methodology which has worked so well in the past may no longer be the best fit for the present and future.

In this session, you will explore what we can we learn from and even adopt from the “alphabet soup” of learning, performance, and business methodologies—HPT, BP, Six Sigma, LEAN, AGILE, SAM, CMA—now available. You will examine the eight principles of new learning design. And, as a result, you will begin the process of redesigning the process of learning design itself. Come with an open mind, a willingness to share, and an openness to new possibilities.

In this session, you will learn:

  • About new and different organizational challenges—and opportunities
  • A number of learning, performance, and business methodologies, and how they might impact learning design
  • Eight principles of new learning design

Designers and developers. 

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