Agile Methodology for Developing & Measuring Learning: Training Development for Today’S World

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This book can help transform your training development methodology into one that allows you to rapidly respond to ever changing business needs. It will teach you how to deliver learning solutions that are both timely and effective. It will introduce you to a flexible development technique, one that allows you to keep pace with fast changing business conditions. It will show you how to achieve better collaboration with your business partners. It will help you create empowered, self-organizing, cross functional teams that can distill large training efforts into smaller components that can then be developed and delivered over multiple iterations. Finally, this book will help you assess if the organizational structure of your training department is optimized to support the needs of your company.
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A“fresh voice among the usual author/guru crowd...” who “...brings the credibility of someone who makes a living DOING, rather than TELLING,..”is how Kevin Kurse (The e-Learning Guru) describes Kaliym Islam. This pioneer in the application of business and technology trends to learning programs has the unique ability to identify the connections between business trends, technology and learning, and to facilitate the organizational change required to implement the required solutions. Teams under Mr. Islam’s direction have won International STC awards for innovative learning content, been cited by Josh Bersin as a best practice learning organization, and named finalists in the Chief Learning Officer Learning Elite program. Mr. Islam is the author of two books – Developing and Measuring Training the Six Sigma Way and Podcasting 101 for Trainers, a contributing author to The HR Handbook, Prussience in Six Sigma DUNDU, and The German e-Learning Handbook, and a featured blogger for Training Industry Inc. Kaliym can be reached at kislam@thetrainingpro.net, or you can follow him on twitter @thetrainingpro.

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AuthorHouse
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Published on
Oct 18, 2013
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Pages
98
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ISBN
9781491823880
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English
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Business & Economics / Education
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