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    • Learning Benchmarking Forum Facilitator: Bryan Chapman Chief Learning Strategist Chapman Alliance [email_address] 24x7 Learning presents
    • Agenda
      • Benchmarking Learning Infrastructure Alignment with Business and Instructional Needs
      • Benchmarking Learning Content Development (Rapid and Simulation-Based)
      • Benchmarking the use of Web 2.0 learning technologies and informal learning
      • Benchmarking Blended Learning
      • Benchmarking Talent and Performance Management Practices
    • Delivery formats 53% Instructor-Led, Classroom ASTD, State of the Industry Report (2006) 29% Online, Self-Paced 1% Instructor-Led Distance 3% Instructor-Led Online 4% CD-ROM, etc. 4% Print – Self Paced 1% Audio/Video 5% Other
    • Benchmark: Learning Infrastructure and Alignment
    • Virtual Classroom Synchronous Learning Self-Paced, Self-Service Online Learning Informal Learning , Knowledge On Demand Off-the-shelf , pre-built courses Authoring Tools Learning Content Management
      • Ready-to-use content (courseware)
      • Easy to find: IT skills, leadership, safety
      • Hard to find: very specific, job-related skills
      • Custom development
      • Screen design and layout
      • Interactive exercises
      • Tests, Quiz, Assessment
      • Simulations
      • Manage large-scale development (workflow)
      • Reusable learning content
      • Searchable repository of source material
      • Central Access to Learning
      • Individualized Learning Plans
      • Reporting & Completion Tracking
      • Instructor-Led Training Scheduling
      • Launch and track online learning
      • Certification Management
      • Competency Management
      • Instructor-led, Real time, Online
      • Connecting geographical disperse learners
      • Groups of learners meet together
      • 24 X 7 X 365 access to courses
      • Completed at learner’s own pace
      • Remediation and feedback are automated
      • Developed once, used many times
      • Automated scoring and completion status
      • Just-in-time, anywhere, anytime
      • Capture and retain organizational knowledge
      • Facilitates collaboration
      Learning Management System LMS
    • International Airline
      • Geographically disperse
      • Mix of live, virtual classroom (personal interaction)
      • Self-paced e-learning (conceptual, procedural)
    • Construction Company
      • Big issue: regulatory compliance (safety)
      • Off-the-shelf courses & LMS
    • Medical Association
      • Thousands of medical, teaching case studies
      • On CD, on shelf; photos, charts, graphs, narrative
      • Manage and distribute (no patient names) for teaching (25,000 association members)
    • National Restaurant Chain
      • Large population, customer-facing employees
      • Not large groups, needs to be self-paced
      • Simulation, role-play exercises (empowerment)
    • Industrial/Manufacturing
      • 100,000+ employees; lack of information about other parts of the company
      • Learning Wiki – invited 200 authors to write articles
      • Ended up with over 7,000 content contributors
    • Trend Changes in Delivery CLO Magazine, July 2006
    • What is your mix? …now? …future? Creating a Learning Culture: Jumstart Planner, Chapman Alliance
    • Why do we buy an LMS in the first place?
    • Why do we buy an LMS in the first place?
    • Cost vs. Functionality of learning platform Skill-Gap Analysis Launch e-learning Advanced Classroom Management Content Development Tools Reusable Learning Content Happy Sheet Talent Management Analytics Language support 3 rd party content Deep Backoffice Integration Certification Testing Advanced Question Types Reporting Collaborative Learning E-commerce Informal Learning Repository Regulatory & Compliance Tracking Multiple Portals
    • How long…? How long does it take to create 1 hour of Classroom Instruction (ILT)?
    • 20% Student Guide Development 21% PowerPoint Development 13% Front-End Analysis/ Data Collection, Working with SME’s 8% Test and Exam Creation 13% Instructional Design, Objectives, Outlining, Writing Content, etc. 6% Other Development Tasks 11% Lesson Plan Development 8% Creation of handout materials n=132 See next slide for “Other” tasks Development of Instructor-Led Training (ILT) Itemized Development Tasks, with hours overlay Research data collected: November, 2007, by Chapman Alliance 36 Total Hours 4.8 hours 4.6 hours 3.8 hours 3.0 hours 7.2 hours 7.6 hours 2.8 hours 2.3 hours
    • How long…? How long does it take to create 1 hour of E-Learning ?
    • How long…? How long does it take to create 1 hour of PowerPoint-based, online learning ? Low Range = 12:1 High Range = 60:1
    • How long…? How long does it take to create 1 hour of Simulation-Based e-learning ? 1300 hours
    • Development Costs Reoccurring costs, over time Instructor-Led Online, Self-Paced Break even point (10 Months) 221:1 (hours of development per finished hour of instruction) 34:1 (hours of development per finished hour of instruction) Example Only
    • Development Costs Reoccurring costs, over time Instructor-Led Online, Self-Paced Break even point (10 Months) 221:1 (hours of development per finished hour of instruction) 34:1 (hours of development per finished hour of instruction) Return on Investment Example Only
    • Development Costs Reoccurring costs, over time Instructor-Led Online, Self-Paced 221:1 (hours of development per finished hour of instruction) 34:1 (hours of development per finished hour of instruction) 75:1 Break even point (10 Months) Example Only (3.5 Months) Return on Investment
    • ROI factors
      • Infrastructure Cost (LMS, LCMS, etc.)
      • Internal Development costs
        • 75:1 (for quick and dirty)
        • 220:1 (for Level 2)
        • 750:1 (highly interactive, simulation)
      • Outsourcing Custom Development
      • Cost of 3 rd party courseware
      • # of learners
      • Required travel (geographic distribution)
      • {less tangible}
      • Opportunity costs
    • Additional ROI Benefits
      • Shorter Overall Training Times Increased
      • Increased Consistency
      • Keeping up with Rapidly Changing Information
      • Open enrollment
      • Building Customer/Brand Loyalty
      • Capturing and Maintaining Corporate Knowledge
    • Rapid Development, without sacrificing Interactivity
    •  
    • PCWeek Shoot Out
      • Several teams invited to compete
      • Convert a 54-hour instructor-led course to online learning
      • 2 days of development
      • 1 person at the computer at any time
      • Storyboard…. actually a lesson plan
      • Present course to 20 judges and 150 members of media gallery
      • Watched the other teams in action
      • Wide variety of approaches
    • Continuum of Interaction
    • Cost per finished hour… Source: Brandon Hall Research, Custom Content Development Knowledgebase Ratio: 750:1 Cost: $30,000 (assumed rate of $40 pay per hour) Average: $41,138 Low: $29,639 High: $70,279
      • Level 3:
      • High level of gaming and/ or simulation
      Ratio: 221:1 Cost: $8,840 (assumed rate of $40 pay per hour) Average: $24,672 Low: $17,627 High: $33,711
      • Level 2:
      • Level 1, plus…
      • 25% interactive exercises, games and mini-simulations
      Ratio: 30-50:1 Cost: $1,200 - $2,000 (assumed rate of $40 pay per hour) Average: $15,067 Low: $10,009 High: $20,088
      • Level 1:
      • Page turning
      • Test Questions
      Internally Developed (per finished hour) Outsource Developed (per finished hour) Levels of Interactivity
    • IBM Learning Model White Papers Product Knowledge PowerPoint Word .PDF Student Guide Role Play Simulations Business Simulations Self Assessment Instructor-Led “ culminating experience” Practice
    • Blended Learning as a development model White Papers Product Knowledge PowerPoint Word .PDF Student Guide Games Exercises Practice Scenario-Based Simulations Classroom uses the same development model Rapid Simulation Development – Best Tool for the Job Rapid Authoring Tools
    • “ Remember” – “Do”
    • Bloom’s Taxonomy
      • Knowledge
        • Action verbs: list, define, tell, describe, identify, show, label, collect, examine, tabulate, quote, name, who, when, where, etc.
      • Comprehension
        • Action verbs: summarize, describe, interpret, contrast, predict, associate, distinguish, estimate, differentiate, discuss, extend, etc.
      • Application
        • Action verbs: apply, demonstrate, calculate, complete, illustrate, show, solve, examine, modify, relate, change, classify, experiment, discover, etc.
      • Analysis
        • Action verbs: analyze, separate, order, explain, connect, classify, arrange, divide, compare, select, explain, infer, etc.
      • Synthesis
        • Action verbs: combine, integrate, modify, rearrange, substitute, plan, create, design, invent, what if?, compose, formulate, prepare, generalize, rewrite, etc.
      • Evaluation
        • Action verbs: assess, decide, rank, grade, test, measure, recommend, convince, select, judge, explain, discriminate, support, conclude, compare, summarize, etc.
    • Don’t wait too late to apply interactivity Course Designer Analyze Develop Implement Evaluate Design Document Storyboard Design Prototype Authoring and Production
    • Raptivity – Interactivity Sampler www.raptivity.com Course Designer
    • Half-Baked Software www.halfbakedsoftware.com Course Designer
    • Class Tool – Free Games www.classtools.net Course Designer
      • 247,000 employees
      • Factory Training
      • Supply Chain Model
      • 50 SME’s created 200 learning modules in very short timeframe
      SME- Developed Published by Center Learning Champions (local units)
      • Support Staff
      • ISD
      • Graphic Artists
      Strategy? Learners
    • Interactivity to meet instructional goals Course Designer
      • Interactivity Menu…
      • Discovery Exercise
      • Progressive Disclosure
      • Branching Scenario (troubleshooting)
      • Software Application Simulation
      • Labeling Exercise
      • Role-play simulation
      • Discrimination Exercise (classification)
      • Game show (i.e. Jeopardy, Millionaire)
      • Simple Games (Tic-Tac-Toe)
      • Crossword puzzle (reinforce terminology)
      • Sequencing Exercise
      • Interactive Glossary
      • Flash Cards (recall)
      • Branching Questions
      • Matching
      • Video Interaction
      • Animated Diagram
    • Tips and Suggestion – Using Interactivity for Rapid Development
      • Create an interactivity “sampler” to show to internal customers, SME’s, etc. Review before design activities.
      • Don’t create navigation controls at the page level. It’s a waste of time.
      • Page turning isn’t bad if used in moderation. Add a healthy mix of interactivity.
      • When prototyping, create a prototype for each interaction, not just a single lesson or module.
      • Consider using multiple tools to meet the need.
      • One caution: make sure interactivity choices don’t overshadow the instruction. It is possible to use too much of a good thing.
    • Benchmarking the Use of Web 2.0 Learning Technologies and Informal Learning
    • Early Web Social Web
      • Personal Web Pages
      • Online Encyclopedias
      • MP3.com
      • Banner Ads
      • Online Stores
      • Bookstore
      • Content Management
      • Website Stickiness
      • Email Communication
      Learning Web Early Web
    • Early Web to “Social Web” Blogs Wikipedia itunes Google Adsense Ebay Auctions Book Reviews Wikis Democratic syndication MySpace/Facebook Social Web
      • Personal Web Pages
      • Online Encyclopedias
      • MP3.com
      • Banner Ads
      • Online Stores
      • Bookstore
      • Content Management
      • Website Stickiness
      • Email Communication
      Learning Web Early Web
    • Traditional Learning Management Model New Hire Orientation Learning Portal - Formal LMS – Learning Portal Sales Process Leadership Computer Applications Safety Product Knowledge Job-specific Skills
    • Knowledge Management Traditional KM Centralized Knowledge Assets Expert Learner Instructor Worker Manager Mentor Expert Learner Sales
    • Using both approaches simultaneously Traditional KM Centralized Knowledge Assets Expert Learner Manager Mentor Expert Sales LMS – Learning Portal Sales Process Leadership Computer Applications Safety Product Knowledge Job-specific Skills Learning Portal - Formal New Hire Orientation
    • Informal Learning “ Informal learning is simply that, which is not directed by an organization or somebody in a control position.” - Jay Cross webinar poll
    • What about tacit knowledge? Explicit Knowledge Tacit Knowledge
      • Identifying is difficult
      • Documenting is even more difficult
    • Formal vs. Informal Learning
      • Collaboration
      • Communities of practice
      • Access to Experts
      • Mentors
      • Knowledgebanks
      • Classroom Events
      • Online courses
      • Virtual Classroom
      Informal (ad hoc) Formal How?
    • Delivery formats
    • Definition of Wiki
      • Wiki:
      • A website created by a group; rather than by an individual.
      • In Hawaiian, Wiki means “quick”
      • W hat I K now I s… (descriptive of the process of collaborative content development.
    • Ideas for using Wikis in Learning
      • Ad hoc, Knowledge Management Repository
      • Centralized location for documenting and organizing procedural information
      • Group-based learning assignments (work as a team)
      • Soliciting information from Subject Matter Experts; allowing a group of experts to contribute and edit content.
      • Creating content with varying points of view (Groupthink)
      • Learning content delivery for content that changes rapidly (bio-technology).
      • Learn by teaching (Wiki authors)
    • Tips to successfully using Wikis for Learning
      • Work on the initial taxonomy as a group, then turn them loose
      • The more specific the topic focus, the better the content.
      • Designated time period (when used as part of a structured course)
      • Allow the Wiki to develop organically without enforcing too much workflow
      • Allow learners to correct each other; rather than jumping in to correct problems (constructivist approach)
      • Hold informal training sessions to teach Wiki syntax especially to Subject Matter Expert
      • Lead by example – post excellent content
    • Title here….
    • Title here…. ...most popular videoblogs on the Web 200,000 viewers
    • Low-cost production
    • RocketBoom compared to TV Program
      • Consumer-brand, video camera; laptop; two lights & a map
      • Almost zero overhead costs
      • Very minimal distribution costs (web-delivered)
      • Global distribution (world wide demand)
      • Large potential audience
      • $0 spent on promotion – 100% word of mouth
      • Engage audience in topical discussions
      • Audience can submit stories (including their own video content)
    • Vlogs (thinking outside the box)
    • Vlogs gone Wild! www.anivegvideo.com
    • www.anivegvideo.com
    • “ podcast”
    • University Lectures via podcasts
      • Pilot tests (By Apple) at universities such as Stanford, University of Washington, Missouri, etc.
      • Students who can’t attend class have the option to download courses.
      • Take classes while exercising or traveling.
    • Title here….
    • Title here….
    • Early Web to “Social Web” Blogs Wikipedia itunes Google Adsense Ebay Auctions Book Reviews Wikis Democratic syndication MySpace/Facebook Social Web
      • Personal Web Pages
      • Online Encyclopedias
      • MP3.com
      • Banner Ads
      • Online Stores
      • Bookstore
      • Content Management
      • Website Stickiness
      • Email Communication
      Learning Web Early Web
    • Application of Social Web to Learning Blogs Wikipedia itunes Google Adsense Ebay Auctions Book Reviews Wikis Democratic syndication MySpace/Facebook Social Web Focused topic forums Corporate “pedias” Sharing Learning Bits Personalized Learning Plan Peer-to-peer learning market Content, Mentor Reviews Knowledge Management Learning syndication Social Learning Network
      • Personal Web Pages
      • Online Encyclopedias
      • MP3.com
      • Banner Ads
      • Online Stores
      • Bookstore
      • Content Management
      • Website Stickiness
      • Email Communication
      Learning Web Early Web
    • Questions about Informal Learning After this discussion….
      • Is informal learning part of my job as a Training/Learning Professional?
      • If not, whose job is it?
      • Should I just set up the technical infrastructure for informal learning, or do I need to be a primary content contributor?
      • How much “control” of informal learning is right for my organization?
      • Should informal learning ever be tracked?
      • If so, what is the best way to track it?
      • What can I do to make sure that informal learning doesn’t become just another “content silo”?
      • How do I set up a loop to make sure that critical issues raised in informal learning exchanges get on the company’s radar screen as possible formal training opportunities?
    • http://edutechwiki.unige.ch
    • Learning Blog Recommendations:
      • www.internettime.com
      • www.willatworklearning.com
      • www. learningcircuits.blogspot.com
      • www.elearningpost.com
    • Blog Creation Tools:
      • www.blogger.com (#14 in Global, Top 100)
      • www.wikibooks.com
      • www.bblog.com
      • www.blogcms.com
      • www.sixapart.com/movabletype
      • www.nucleuscms.org
      • www.pivotlog.net
      • www.s9y.org
      • www.spip.net
      • www.textpattern.com
      • www.wordpress.org
    • Podcast – Tools and Services
      • www.odeo.com (free podcast posting through a telephone)
      • www.audioblog.com (monthly service fee)
      • http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ (free, open-source sound editing software)
      • www.audioblogger.com (free, puts audio inside your blog on blogger.com)
      • www.industrialaudiosoftware.com
      • www.mixcastlive.com
      • … .just about any audio recording software capable of creating .mp3 files
    • Wiki Sites:
      • www.wikispaces.com ($5 a month for private Wikis)
      • www.socialtext.com
      • www.jot.com
      • www.atlassian.com
      • www.twiki.org
      • www.zwiki.org
      • www.pbwiki.com
      • www.snipsnap.org
      • www.openwiki.com
      • www.mediawiki.org
      • www.wikibooks.org (same engine used for wikipedia)
    • Benchmarking Blended Learning
    • Definition
      • Blended Learning
      • To combine or mix various instructional delivery modes and methods to meet a common set of learning goals or objectives.
      • Blending the best characteristics of instructor-led training with other, innovative forms of instruction.
      • A phrase frequently used as “buzz words” to try and persuade buyers to choose e-learning solutions (sometimes synonymous with “ hype ”).
    • How organizations view “Blended” Constructivism – “learners create their own reality, based on past experience.” Behaviorism – “cause and control of behaviors that can be measured and observed.” Cognitivism – “Mental maps, macro thinking, cognition”
    • Delivery Methods Blended Learning Classroom Hands-on Lab Video Self Study CD-ROM E-Learning Virtual Classroom/ Virtual Meeting Collaboration: Email Threaded Discussion, etc. Video Conferencing Satellite Solutions Webcasts Simulations Embedded Workflow Just-in-time Learning Knowledgebase OJT Coaching/Mentoring
    • Blended Learning
    • Ameriprise (Minneapolis, MN)
      • Business issue: how do you offer consistent training to learners in Atlanta, Boston, Minneapolis, and Seattle?
      • Previously used regionally located trainers
      • Learning community (by date of hire) meet together for training for 10 weeks; 90 minutes, 3 times each week; 15 virtual sessions each day
      • Embedded “war stories” from experts in the field (pre-recorded Webex mini-scenarios)
      • Before $4.1 Million; After $1.3 Million
      • 95% pass rate; 60,000 completions from in 16 months
      Case Study Financial Advisors; geographically disperse Learners: War stories, blended learning, regular sessions with learning community Best Practice:
    • Time Zones
    •  
    • Cathay Pacific Airline (Hong Kong) Case Study
      • Difficult to pull people off the job for location-based training
      • Rapidly changing visa requirements (China)
      • Cathay was fined millions for misunderstanding of visa requirements
      • Needed quick, hard-hitting training in 32 countries
      • Synchronous learning
      • Wide use of pictures of documents for interactive discussion; passing application sharing control for others to point out parts of documents
      14,000 staff worldwide; very geographically disperse Learners: Rapid delivery of quickly changing content; innovative use of application sharing for interactivity Best Practice:
    • Service as a Product Traditional Model Real-Time, Blending Learning
    • University of Phoenix (½ virtual, ½ on-campus University)
      • 1300 virtual online sessions per week; 17,000 instructors
      • Typical course 5 to 6 weeks in duration
      • Class size 10-13 people to “make the course manageable for instructor and to facilitate collaboration”
      • Evaluations of course effectiveness indicate that there is “no significant difference” in either the cognitive or affective results
      Case Study Higher Education, For-Profit University Main Business: 180,000 students; 106k attend classes at physical locations; 74,000 take courses fully online Learners: Optimization of class size through experience; research-based findings comparing classroom and virtual Best Practice:
    • Blended Curriculum
      • One Lecture per Week. Live virtual session or recorded session.
      • Group and Individual Projects Given Weekly. Small group of 3 to 6; many projects done through work; assignment uploaded
      • Threaded Discussion. Students are graded on their level of participation
      • Course Resources. Articles, worksheets, online textbook
      • Knowledge Tests. Multiple choice, true/false and essay questions
      • Post Course Evaluation. Level 1
    • Blended Learning in an LMS
    • Blended Learning in an LMS
    • Kirkpatrick – 4 Levels of Evaluation
      • Level 1 – Reaction (did they like it?)
      • Level 2 – Learning (did they learn something?)
      • Level 3 – Behavior (do they now perform better?)
      • Level 4 – Results (are we meeting organizational goals?)
      Donald Kirkpatrick Author
    • Benchmarking Talent and Performance Management Training HR LINE OF BIZ
    • Who owns performance Management in your organization? ASTD
    • Convergence of Learning and Talent Management LMS Talent Management Compensation Management Talent Acquisition Time and Attendance Performance Appraisals Competency Management Career and Succession Planning Workforce Planning Classroom Management Onboarding e-Learning Performance Management Certification & Assessment Learning Content Management Learning Reporting And Tracking
    • Convergence of Learning and Talent Management LMS Talent Management Compensation Management Talent Acquisition Time and Attendance Performance Appraisals Competency Management Career and Succession Planning Workforce Planning Classroom Management Onboarding e-Learning Performance Management Certification & Assessment Learning Content Management Learning Reporting And Tracking Performance Management
    • Goals of Performance Management
      • Align employee behaviors with organizational goals and guiding principles
      • Ensure employee motivation and accomplishment of objectives
      • Improve interactions between managers and employees about performance
      • Document employee performance objectively for use in development and rewards
    • Convergence of Learning and Talent Management LMS Talent Management Compensation Management Talent Acquisition Time and Attendance Performance Appraisals Competency Management Career and Succession Planning Workforce Planning Classroom Management Onboarding e-Learning Performance Management Certification & Assessment Learning Content Management Learning Reporting And Tracking Solutions originating from HR Automation Sector
      • Taleo
      • BrassRing
      • Vurv
      • Authoria
      • Ceridian
      • Halogen
      • SuccessFactors
      • Cezanne
      • Softscape
      • SAP
      • Oracle
    • Convergence of Learning and Talent Management LMS Talent Management Compensation Management Talent Acquisition Time and Attendance Performance Appraisals Competency Management Career and Succession Planning Workforce Planning Classroom Management Onboarding e-Learning Performance Management Certification & Assessment Learning Content Management Learning Reporting And Tracking Solutions originating from the Learning Space
      • Saba
      • Cornerstone
      • GeoLearning
      • Learn.com
      • KnowledgePlanet
      • Plateau
      • TEDS
      • SumTotal
    • Cost vs. Functionality of learning platform Skill-Gap Analysis Launch e-learning Advanced Classroom Management Content Development Tools Reusable Learning Content Happy Sheet Talent Management Analytics Language support 3 rd party content Deep Backoffice Integration Certification Testing Advanced Question Types Reporting Collaborative Learning E-commerce Informal Learning Repository Regulatory & Compliance Tracking Multiple Portals
    • Who are the buyers/owners? (LMS) Training HR IT LINE OF BIZ
    • Levels of Performance Management Treatment
      • Level 1. Paper-based, filing system (pharma non-example)
      • Level 2. Spreadsheet or other standard application, tracking compliance and qualifications
      • Level 3. Using isolated tools for performance management (i.e. forms for performance appraisals, stand-alone 360 degree assessment.
      • Level 4. Learning Management System (LMS) with robust tracking, competency management, blended learning
      • Level 5. Convergence of LMS and Talent Management
    • Levels of Performance Management Treatment
    • Typical Evolution of Performance Management New Company Human Resources Training
      • Deploy system to track employees, benefits, compensation
      • Oversee annual performance reviews
      • Provide learning content in the areas of management, regulatory/compliance, and software application
      • Work with “competencies”
      • Skills, knowledge and attitude training
      • Manage classroom and online learning
      • Provide a catalog of learning content to teach people how to “do their jobs”
      • Creates reports showing “learning gains”
      • Measures through “competencies”
      Learning Management System LMS
    • Does the word “competency” mean the same thing to both groups? New Company Human Resources
      • Radiology Technician:
      • Operates X-ray equipment
      • Good people/patient skills
      • Practice patient safety
      • Teamwork/Collaboration
      • Radiology Technician:
      • Follows correct procedure to calibrate X-ray equipment
      • Practices seven steps to mixing chemicals without endangering patients
      • When encountering a difficult patient, practices proper engagement strategy
      Training Learning Management System LMS
    • Is “Performance Management” a product or a practice/process?
      • Consider the practice of “Knowledge Management”
      • Name the top 3, Knowledge Management solutions.
      • Define the term “knowledge management”
      • Knowledge management in an organization is controlled by which group?
    • Involvement Time on job HR Training Recruit Onboard Line of Biz Learn Appraise Career Compensate Promote
    • Cathay Pacific Airline (Hong Kong) Case Study
      • Previous approach: annual reviews almost always lead to annual pay raises, based on simple, scored form
      • The process was sending the wrong message about what constitutes good performance
      • Goal: Build an environment that encourages the practice of desired “behavior”
      • LMS serves up a combination of learning and performance events, then creates a profile to reward performance.
      14,000 staff worldwide; very geographically disperse Learners: Connecting annual performance review with actual, observed behavior as opposed to arbitrary pay increase. Using an LMS Best Practice:
    • Tips for optimizing performance management using an LMS
      • Open communication between HR and Training; find a way to work together on competencies
      • If you already have some form of competency management in place, link it; rather than replace
      • Blended learning is more about on-the-job training, than it is about mixing classroom and online. Don’t be afraid to have your learners “perform.” It is the key to performance management.
      • Take advantage of the testing capabilities of your LMS to measure knowledge. Pass this information along during performance reviews
    • Tips for optimizing performance management using an LMS (cont)
      • Use Analytics to measure Kirkpatrick levels 3 and 4. It will take some thought, but you can do it.
      • Try taking on “onboarding” as a task for you LMS. You can mix forms and learning into a single environment. Great proof-of-concept for what is possible.
      • The most important thing you can do is to create a unified, learning delivery system to bridge the content from HR, training and other content providers into a unified, individualized learning plan.
    • Unified System Unified Interface Individualized Learning Plans Common messaging Comprehensive Transcript
    • Questions??? Facilitator: Bryan Chapman Chief Learning Strategist Chapman Alliance [email_address] Hosted by
    • Learning Governance: Aligning People, Processes and Technology (Bonus Slides)
    • High-Level Governance IBM Learning Investment Council . Representatives from each learning organization comprise the IBM Learning Investment Council. The role of this team is to decide which projects are the most critical enterprise learning priorities. An endorsement by this team provides official enterprise sanction and funding. In addition, the group monitors spending by project. Learning Management Council. Representatives from lines of business form this council that are responsible for (1) setting rules on how we manage all learning at IBM, (2) defining principles of operation, (3) defining standards for learning design, (4) defining vision and strategy for learning systems, and (5) sharing best practices.
    • Learning Governance
      • Create and organize single-point, dedicated staff for managing and operating the learning infrastructure including (1) a central learning system manager, (2) root training administrator, and (3) dedicated IT support position. This group will serve as a central resource for ALL training projects, company wide.
      Training Manager Learning System Manager Central Training Admin LMS IT Support Optional Highly Recommended E-Learning Project Manager Authoring Specialist Instructional Designer Graphic Artist
      • FTE’s
      • Companies with up to 500 learners - 3 FTE’s and a median of 3 months
      • 501 – 5,000 learners – 4 FTE’s and 4 months
      • More than 5,000 – 4 FTE’s and 6 months
      Learning Governance - How many people does it take to install and implement?
      • Learning System Manager, Primary Responsibilities
        • Full stewardship responsibility for all things pertaining to the overall learning infrastructure
        • Manages team of dedicated learning system support staff
        • Head of the Learning Governance Committee, liaison with stakeholders
        • Creates the LMS Charter (with input from the committee)
        • Owner of standards for learning platform
        • Single point of contact with vendor reps for issues with the learning platform (although others from IT, training and stakeholder groups will be involved in discussions and decisions)
        • Single point of contact for supporting divisional training needs
        • Provides training for LMS admin users and content contributors company wide
        • Manages relationships with 3 rd party courseware providers and external development resources
        • Communicates with management and users on project status, planned activities and future enhancements
        • Promote and support system adoption, including the use of new functionality
        • Oversee the compilation of system statistics, publishing them for key user groups on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis.
        • Supervise day-to-day administrative operation of the LMS
      Learning Governance Optional Highly Recommended Learning System Manager
      • Central Training Administrator, Primary Responsibilities
        • Responsible for compilation of system statistics, publishing them for key user groups on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis
        • Expert resource on how to use the system for classroom enrollment, registration, self enrollment, etc.
        • Responsible for owning and running the automated notification schedule, making sure the right learners will be in the right place at the right time.
        • Trains group training administrators and managers interacting with the system
        • For groups that don’t have admin staff, this person can operate as an ad hoc training admin; scheduling classroom/workshop events, tracking attendance and completion, and mining reporting data.
        • Provide help desk support for admin users and managers
        • Provides 2nd tier escalation of help desk issues
        • Generating and validating chargeback/billing reports on system usage
        • Detail tracking of all work done to support system upgrade enhancements and requests.
        • Works with stakeholders to design reporting template specification
        • Understands workflow processes/procedures within the organization and make suggestions and improvements to better align learning with day-to-day workflow
      Learning Governance Central Training Admin Optional Highly Recommended
      • LMS IT Support, Primary Responsibilities
        • Responsible for insuring that the LMS is meeting company needs.
        • Responsible for making changes to the system, based on Governance Committee approved enhancements.
        • Maintains a record of system bugs, issues, problems and recommended enhancements
        • Develops workaround for limitations in system functionality
        • Creates report templates and mines data for ad hoc reporting
        • Maintains interoperability between the LMS and back office systems
        • Assist in the development and maintenance of systems documentation (design specifications, technical manuals, user guides, etc.)
        • Provide systems training and support to both internal and partner administrators, facilitators, and coordinators.
        • Handles 3 rd tier help desk issues. Chases down and validates bugs vs. user error.
        • Quality assurance and platform testing for online learning solutions
        • Manages and maintains specifications for learning applications
        • Uploads learning content to central server and ensures smooth operation of training delivery
        • AICC/SCORM expert; tests interoperability of learning content
        • Manages system uptime
      Learning Governance Optional Highly Recommended LMS IT Support
      • E-Learning Project Manager, Primary Responsibilities
        • Responsible for creating a management strategy for all online learning content
        • Primary, internal development resource to create online learning according to training needs (i.e. developing courses on new hire orientation, product knowledge, how to manage budgets, sales training, etc.)
        • Support the creation and management of a cohesive training curriculum and support materials
        • Supervises team of dedicated resources for creating online learning including instructional designer(s), graphic artist(s), and authoring specialist(s)
        • Works with organizations hired for outsource development of online learning content.
        • Champion learning projects and articulate strategic goals across the company (from the content perspective)
        • Develop an annual plan for curriculum development
        • Establish and maintain a quality end-to-end development process, managing overall production process
        • Teach divisional groups how to create their own learning content according to standards
        • Collect, assess and disseminate information about learner satisfaction
      Learning Governance Optional Highly Recommended E-Learning Project Manager
      • Authoring Specialist, Primary Responsibilities
        • Author, edit and maintain online courseware using tools such as Flash, Dreamweaver, etc.
        • Become an expert on LMS authoring modules and assess use for specific content
        • Ensure interoperability between online courses and the LMS
        • Assist in testing courseware compatibility with hardware and network specifications
        • Meeting project deadlines for timely delivery of critical online learning course materials
        • Developing software simulations
        • Works closely with subject matter experts to ensure content integrity and fidelity
      Learning Governance Optional Highly Recommended Authoring Specialist
      • Instructional Designer, Primary Responsibilities
        • Designs and produces quality training materials based on adult learning theories using interactive technologies
        • Works directly with subject matter experts to collect developmental information and for script-storyboard approval
        • Writes performance-based learning objectives
        • Write test items to ensure learning transfer
        • Creates design documents to communicate design plans to others
        • Generates scripts-storyboards (specifications for the authoring specialist)
        • Conducts learning-project needs analysis and front-end assessment
        • Validates training results, ensuring that the courses are meeting their objectives for both internally and externally created learning content.
        • Creates and manages training project timelines to ensure ontime delivery of learning projects.
      Learning Governance Optional Highly Recommended Instructional Designer
      • Graphic Artist, Primary Responsibilities
        • Work closely with instructional development team to design and layout instructional media including art, photos, animations and video
        • Maintains library of media assets used for learning and training purposes (both for online and classroom-based learning)
        • Meeting with subject matter experts to collect information about instructional media requirements
        • Creates media for computer-based, web-based, and print-based learning.
      Learning Governance Optional Highly Recommended Graphic Artist