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One of the biggest mistakes organizations make when creating a new training program is failing to get specific about the program’s purpose and goals before starting the instructional design process.
Training has always been an important part of employee development and organizational growth. However, as the influence of technology causes our economy and marketplace to evolve at an exponential pace, ongoing training programs have an even more critical role to play in keeping employees up-to-date on the latest developments and best practices.
Employers must revise training programs more frequently now than they ever have before. But in order to develop an effective training program that achieves the desired performance outcomes, you must start from a place of clarity regarding your specific challenges and objectives.
Next time you sit down with your learning and development team to revise a training program or develop a new one, incorporate the steps outline below into your design process in order to design training that addresses your organization’s specific training needs.
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