Back to the Future: Backward Chaining in ISD Isn’t New

Backward Chaining is very much WOINA – What’s Old Is New Again From a Blog Post on my site at: wwww.eppic.biz Although few seemed to really practice a performance orientation in Instructional Experience Design & Development, in my experience. The focus on Topics versus Tasks & Outputs in WOINA too. Sadly. I started in ISD … Continue reading Back to the Future: Backward Chaining in ISD Isn’t New

Measure Results – Not Activity

pb-ISD/LXD: Your ultimate measure is back-on-the-job for your Learners & their performance of Tasks to produce Outputs that meet Stakeholder Requirements. If you start & finish your L&D Content w/o ever figuring out what those requirements are and how to impact them - you won't. You measure Activity only if your Results are not what … Continue reading Measure Results – Not Activity

WOINA – Is Not Unique to ISD

WOINA - is my abbreviation for my cranky position that way too much nowadays falls under the category of What's Old Is New Again An example from outside of ISD... Shh! Don’t Tell Them There’s No Magic in Design Thinking Jared M. SpoolJan 24, 2017·7 min read When the term Design Thinking first emerged on the scene, … Continue reading WOINA – Is Not Unique to ISD

Accessible and Inclusive Design Conference Sessions 2021 – From TDLC

I sourced the content for this page from - here Go to that link to get to the free sessions shared below on this page - here. What is TLDC? The Training, Learning, and Development Community is a community of practice for Learning and Development Professionals.Its Members, Patrons, and Supporters regularly convene in our weekly … Continue reading Accessible and Inclusive Design Conference Sessions 2021 – From TDLC

2 hr. Video: My 1995 Presentation to Eli Lilly on performance-based Curriculum Architecture Design

2 hr. Video: My 1995 Presentation to Eli Lilly on performance-based Curriculum Architecture Design (CAD). It was my presentation at ISPI from that April – note the overhead transparencies. https://youtu.be/jl-0cApFFYk By 1995 I had completed 53 CAD projects for clients beginning in 1982 - of the 76 I had done to date. An Early CAD … Continue reading 2 hr. Video: My 1995 Presentation to Eli Lilly on performance-based Curriculum Architecture Design

I’m Very Excited About My Next Book

The people who had the greatest influence on me and my practice of ISD - Instructional Systems Design - were from NSPI - the forerunner of ISPI - the International Society for Performance Improvement. And the greatest influences on my practice of Analysis in ISD efforts, was the late Geary A. Rummler, Ph.D. And it … Continue reading I’m Very Excited About My Next Book