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Brandon Hall 2008 Se - Jim Goldsmith Senior Manager Accenture [email protected] Session 7.2 Developing Award Winning Training 1:15pm

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Session 7.2 : Developing Award Winning Training September 25, 2008 1:15pm – 2:30pm Jim Goldsmith Senior Manager, Accenture [email protected]
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Development Excellence Continuum: 10 Hurdles : 1. Contains basic grammar, spelling, formatting and/or related mistakes 2. Described as one thing, but actually is something else 3. Difficult to use 4. Critical content confused with support and nice-to-know content 5. Content and design not aligned to meet the learning objectives 6. Unbalanced; too much emphasis given to one (or a few) aspects of the application 7. Passive, not enough interactivity 8. Not motivating 9. Not synergistic 10. Good, but nothing we haven’t seen before © 2008 James J. Goldsmith All Rights Reserved; Used With Permission
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Entering a Contest Identify a high-potential candidate Identify an appropriate competition (which should meet the criteria of the “Development Excellence Continuum”) Prepare an entry: Provide a précis which highlights the application’s content and design strengths as well as competitive features Make the process of reviewing your application as easy as possible for the judges. Provide links and loading instructions for electronic-based apps; appropriate materials for other formats. IMPORTANT – Provide evidence that the application has met (or, better, exceeded) its goals. Results should be objective and measurable.
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1. Context 2. Concept 3. Demonstration 4. Application Time Optimal Time Invested** Efficient Learning Path* * Effective design embraces the natural evolution from abstract to concrete that is required for efficient learning. Using the “Efficient Learning Path” concept, four consecutive steps are involved: 1) the Context is established (“why we are doing this”); 2) the high level Concept is provided (“what we are doing”); 3) a Demonstration to support the Concept is provided (“how we will do it”) and finally 4) Application of the above (“let me do it”). Skipping any of these steps or performing them in a different order places the quality and integrity of the learning deliverable at risk. ** Though it is critical to establish the Context first, it
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Brandon Hall 2008 Se - Jim Goldsmith Senior Manager Accenture [email protected] Session 7.2 Developing Award Winning Training 1:15pm

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