Meet SAM: An Agile Process for Developing the Best Learning Experiences

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While the design and end-result of an e-learning project is critical, the process by which you get there can increase the value provided to your stakeholders. A great solution with a flawed process can cause pain points such as:

• Missed milestones
• Unexpected work from SME’s and reviewers
• Scope creep
• Boring learning

This webinar will provide best practices for using an iterative process—the Successive Approximation Model (SAM). Learn how SAM can help:

• Manage client expectations and content development
• Bring focus to designing performance-focused interactions
• Minimize the risk of delay and endless revisions

Presentedy by: Richard Sites, vice president client services, Allen Interactions

Richard H. Sites is vice president of client services at Allen Interactions. He has spent the past 15 years designing and implementing web-based training and tools to support improved workplace performance. His efforts have been in both academia and private industry, including working with many Fortune 500 companies. Richard is responsible for promoting value-driven consulting and design throughout all Allen Interactions partnerships. He holds a doctorate of education from the University of West Florida along with a master's of education and a bachelor's of business administration.

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Meet SAM: An Agile Process for Developing the Best Learning Experiences

  1. 1. Michael Allen, Leaving ADDIE for SAM
  2. 2. Michael Allen, Leaving ADDIE for SAM
  3. 3. Copyright ©2011. Michael W. Allen. All Rights Reserved.
  4. 4. • Fear that deliverable will not meet expectations• Lack of serious review of previous deliverable• Late review by unknown stakeholder• Lack of commitment
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  6. 6. Copyright ©2011. Michael W. Allen. All Rights Reserved.
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