In this session, you’ll explore strategies and tips for creating quality e-Learning in a rapid timeframe without busting the bank. You'll see examples of incoming content, discuss the approach to rapid design, and talk about some of the specific strategies you can use to maximize engagement with minimal investment. In this session, you will learn: How to apply simple instructional strategies to spice up your learning design Techniques for rapid instructional design Ten tips for engaging your learners
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Move over, Austin Powers. There's a new shagadelic, cool cat in town. It's called People Styles, a communications-enhancing framework you should get to know. Intimately.
Bluetooth's recent trip to the dentist brought good news and bad. Read on for more on why this battered wireless technology is still standing--and to find out how it can avoid a root canal.
As the year draws to a close, a number of companies are preparing their overall performance report. Executives show achievements, while “excusetives” show creative justifications. How can you prevent the latter?
Project management consultancy based in Australia with an eye on the world. We work with best practice methodologies and training materials, classroom and eLearning. PRINCE2, Managing Benefits, Change Management, Agile, Scrum and Program Management.
Why is everyone so scared of saying "no"? While some may see it as a sign of defiance or challenge, the answer is often in your best interests. Here we explore a simple yet serious communication conflict.
A challenge faced by organizations attempting to adopt agile practices is deciding what project management documents are valuable--which traditional lifecycle ones should be maintained and which can be discarded?
Agile principles can be applied to large--even very large--groups of people, allowing them to be more connected to their work and its impact, despite being part of a huge system.
IT departments — and project teams in general — need to build a more collaborative, two-way relationship with the business side of their organizations, serving as an advisor and strategic partner. Sometimes that means knowing when to say “no” in order to prioritize needs, align work, and innovate solutions.
The four guiding principles of Agile project management can be compared to the Chinese concept of yin-yang. They are "opposing ... mutually rooted ... mutually transforming ... and mutually waxing and waning." By better understanding how these principles work in harmony, project managers can then translate them from concepts into concrete actions.