Real World Training Design: Navigating Common Constraints for Exceptional Results

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American Society for Training and Development, May 7, 2012 - Business & Economics - 216 pages
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 Are you a learning and development professional responsible for creating training programs for your organization? If so, you probably know that every training project faces the constraints of time, cost, and quality. Real World Training Design employs the time-tested ADDIE (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation) model as a starting point in giving you the tools and knowledge you need to implement your training goals. 

In Real World Training Design, you will learn how to assess the needs training of your company, how to design a program that meets your criteria you face, how to develop the program efficiently and cost-effectively, how to implement your training protocol, and how to evaluate the results of your work so you can demonstrate the benefits and return-on-investment of your plan.


 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Analysis
11
Design
41
Development
85
Implementation
117
Evaluation
141
Maintenance
171
Summary
195
Index
204
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About the author (2012)

 For 10 years, Jenn Labin has worked with organizations to improve workforce performance through leadership development and summits, formal and informal training, change efforts, and employee engagement programs. Jenn has contributed articles to the Pfeiffer Annuals in Consulting and Training. Credentials include an MA in Instructional Systems Design, and certifications in DISC-PIAV, Kirkpartick Four levels, Leadership Program Development, and Presentation Design. Besides training, Jenn is passionate about scuba diving, the environment, and spending time with family. Jenn lives near Baltimore, MD with her amazing husband, daughter, and two turtles.

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