Using the ADDIE Model to Develop the Yearly Corporate Training Plan and Budget, Design and Deliver
Author : Robin J. Firestone Bio : Robin J. Firestone is an Organizational Development and Learning Professional with 20 years of experience. Her specialties are andragogy, teaching/coaching, instructional design (ADDIE), and program/process management. Robin writes L&D “How-To” guides and, in 2017, co-authored “The Killing Collective” published on Amazon. She holds an MA in Business Education from NYU and is a Six-Sigma Black Belt. ISBN : 9781631578694 Publish Date : 2017/7/31 Page Count : 20 Description :
This guide applies the “ADDIE model,” a process used to develop educational curricula and courses, to the design and development of a training program. This overall process, in turn, drills down to the following sub-processes: 1. Needs assessments and analyses 2. Development and design of a yearly training and budget plan 3. Development of a schedule of offerings and advertising them 4. Learning event implementation and administration 5. Evaluation/debriefing of all learning events
Author : Adrian Stores Bio : Adrian Stores is author, lecturer, and CEO of ACROBAT FCSM. He was former chairman of Chartered Institute of Marketing for its specialist consultants group for sports and leisure. Having advised 15 percent of professional football clubs in English Premier and Football Leagues, he is now taking expertise to some of the largest clubs in the world. ISBN : 9781631577567 Publish Date : 2017/6/13 Page Count : 14 Description :
This article is intended to be an informative guide based on the author’s experience in leading sports sponsorships with regional, national, and global brands. The article demystifies the subject to benchmark the best practice and highlight the pitfalls.
Author : Foster, Carrie Bio : Fellow of CIPD, Glyndwr University ISBN : 9781631577123 Publish Date : 2017/2/2 Page Count : 20 Description :
The context in which organisations operate is undergoing continuous and multifaceted change. In addition to the rising levels of political uncertainty, megatrends such as demographics, digital technology, global competition and shifting business model design means organisations are experiencing unpredictable customer demands, increased complexity, an overload of information and stretched resources. The ability to continuously change and be effective in leading through change will be the key to sustainable organisational performance. To survive in the environment, leaders must become agile in both thought and practice. This article seeks to provide a framework for leaders to develop their agility, resilience whilst learning from setbacks and enhancing their capacity to act.
Author : Sarah Cook Bio : Sarah Cook is managing director of The Stairway Consultancy Ltd. ISBN : 9781631578557 Publish Date : 2017/3/7 Page Count : 8 Description :
This article provides practical guidance and advice on how to create a high-performing work environment by demonstrating empowered leadership. It covers the qualities of an effective leader, explains what is empowered leadership as well as steps to be taken to improve empowerment.