"Producing Performance Development Paths for High Impact Target Audiences”
This 60 minute webinar will cover both the Products and the Process of a Learning Architecture Design/Curriculum Architecture Design effort, based on the presenter’s 30 plus years of experience and his 75 projects for his consulting clients since his first in 1982. The most recent Curriculum Architecture Design (CAD) effort was completed in January 2013.
CAD efforts produce Performance Development Paths, guidance for both OnBoarding and OnGoing development of many blends. The accelerated and comprehensive analysis and design efforts are conducted via Group Process forums, bringing together Master Performers and other subject matter experts to first focus on the Performance Requirements and then to enable that through Formal Learning, Performance Support, and Informal Learning strategies.
Guy's presentation will be available on his website eppic.biz at 10AM EST Jan. 8th. Pull the presentation ahead of time to take notes and familiarize yourself with the information to be presented!
About the Speaker
Guy W. Wallace is an international Performance Analyst and Instructional Architect consultant and he has served over 75 clients, including over 45 Fortune 500 firms since 1982. His specialty is Curriculum Architecture Design, designing Performance Development Paths, a.k.a. Learning Paths or T&D Paths. He co-authored the first article on that topic in Training Magazine in September 1984; and co-authored another article detailing the analysis methods in the NSPI (ISPI) Performance and Instruction Journal in November 1984. Guy has published almost 100 articles along with 13 books, including “lean-ISD” (1999) which received an ISPI Award of Excellence in 2002. He has been a member of ISPI since 1979, served as a Director on the Board of ISPI international (1999-2001) and as President-Elect/President (2002-2004). He has spoken previously at chapter events 34 times, beginning with the first in 1982. He co-founded the ISPI Charlotte chapter in 2009 and served as its President in 2011. In 2010 Guy received ISPI’s highest award, Honorary Life Member. He is also an ASQ Influential Voice in their efforts to spread the Global Voice of Quality.