Are you struggling with creating a knowledge transfer strategy? Or is the current strategy unsuccessful and you don’t know why?
The folks at Ed Threads created a playbook for creating a successful eLearning strategy, but it can also be applied to any type of project where transferring knowledge is the goal.
The playbook consists of three stages:
- Strategy – Identify the strategic purpose, the learner profile, and the content priorities
- Architecture (I’ve make this more generic to encompass different types of knowledge transfer) identify the technology solution, is the format user-friendly and appropriate to the information, identify learning pathways
- Design – Appropriate designer (instructional designer, technical writers, content marketers, etc.), incorporate 3M (meaningful, memorable, measurable), use an iterative processf or development
Get further details on the eLearning Success Playbook here.