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10 Cases of Bungled eLearning Implementation - Lessons Learned by Ray JImenez, Ph.D.


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  • 1. TrainingMagNetwork presents a complimentary webinar 10 Cases of Bungled eLearning Implementation - Lessons Learned Ray Jimenez, Ph.D., Chief Learning Architect of Vignettes for Training, Inc. Friday, November 11, 2011 10:00AM Pacific / 1:00PM Eastern (60 Minute Session) REGISTER or View Recording:
  • 2.
    • Session Description:
    • eLearning specialists and leaders are shy to admit that we learn a lot more from our errors and omissions than from our well-intended plans. Our failings are humorous, ridiculous, and stupid - but we profit a lot from them.In this session, Ray Jimenez will share his 10 most bungled up elearning implementations - horror stories that after resolution breathed life and improved the eLearning programs and systems. Ray will share specific cases and real-life events from his 15 years implementing elearning projects.
    • The experiences and real-life cases help participants take a closer peak on implementation issues and how to avoid them.
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  • 3.
    • Topics to be Covered:
    • Why pay $1 million while others pay for $100,000 or less for elearning projects?
    • How instructional designers have no place in eLearning?
    • Leaders don't resist elearning, they just don't get bonuses from it
    • Starting with clear vision of the project, end in confusion
    • All software are rigid, fixed and inflexible and dinosaurs the day you purchase them
    • Nine out of ten elearning projects are aborted
    • and more examples and cases
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  • 4.
    • About  Ray Jimenez
    • Ray Jimenez is the Chief Learning Architect and Founder of Vignettes Learning and, a systems development and consulting company specializing in e-Learning and Performance Systems, eLearning course development and interactive tools and social learning community platform. Ray has over twenty years experience in the consulting and training industry. He started his career as management consultant for Coopers and Lybrand in the areas of information management systems and management training. He has delivered lectures and workshops and consulted with clients in the United States, Asia and Europe. Ray has designed the architecture of several e-learning and e-performance software and management systems.
    • Ray is the author of "3-Minute e-Learning", "Scenario-Based e-Learning", "Do-It-Yourself e-Learning", and "Story Impacts Performance and Learning." Among his clients are Booz Allen Hamilton, Ernst & Young, Pearson, Neiman Marcus, Boeing Company, Oracle Corporation, Cisco, U.S. Air Force, Aramark, Chipotle Restaurants and National Aeronautic Space Administration (NASA).
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  • 5.
    • Ray has presented to several associations and business organizations including the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD), Training Magazine Events, and e-Learning Guild. Ray teaches eLearning programs for the University of California, Irvine, University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center and Assumption University, Bangkok. He completed his PhD from St. Peter's College. Workshop and briefing participants describe Ray as "fun", "engaging", "technically savvy", "has depth in e-learning experience", "balances theory and hands-on experience" and "inspiring". Visit Ray's website:  and his blog:
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