Six Advantages of Agile Design for Reducing Common L&D Pain Points


VP, Training & Marketing, Allen Interactions
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You see potential in good design. You can change behavior, drive results, decrease errors, and improve engagement. But, even the best designs are jeopardized if the process lacks the ability to support them. A great learning design driven by a flawed process can create havoc, such as:
  • Missed milestones
  • Unnecessary burden on SMEs and reviewers
  • Scope -creep
  • Unengaged learners

In this webinar, you'll meet the Successive Approximation Model (SAM). Richard will share the power of using an agile, iterative process for the design and development of learner-centric experiences and uncover six agile advantages of SAM that mitigate common learning development pain points.

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

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About Richard Sites

Richard Sites leads custom learning development and SAM process outreach at Allen Interactions.

Dr. Sites is the Vice President of Training & Marketing at Allen Interactions, where he leads the strategic vision of their custom development learning services, training and outreach, and authoring system, ZebraZapps. He also oversees the promotion of the advanced design and development approaches created by Michael Allen which include the CCAF Design Model and the Successive Approximation Model (SAM) process for iterative, collaborative development.

Richard has more than 20 years of experience designing and delivering learning solutions to support improved workplace performance for many Fortune 500 companies in both academia and private industry sectors. He travels the country speaking to groups and organizations on the value of SAM, the importance and power of engaging, performance-changing learning experiences and other topics related to the design and development of high-quality training. Richard is the coauthor of two ATD published books including Leaving ADDIE for SAM: An Agile Model for Developing the Best Learning Experiences and The Leaving ADDIE for SAM Field Guide. He holds a doctorate of education from the University of West Florida along with a masters of education and a bachelor of business administration. He is also a frequent blogger on the e-Learning Leadership Blog.

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