30 Year Anniversary in Print: Group Process in Instructional Analysis and Design

Coming Up in September and November

2014.

The 30th anniversary of two important publications in my professional life.

From back in the day. Back to 1984.

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Should Be Read 2nd

But published before the Analysis article. Both the September and the November articles were submitted 10-14 months prior to their actual publications. Ah. Back in the day.

Not.

Analysis before Design, please.

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CAD – Training Mag – 1984 – 6 page PDF – the first publication about Curriculum Architecture Design via a Group Process – published in Training Magazine in September 1984. Original manuscript (30 pages) – How to Build a Training Structure That Won’t Keep Burning Down.

This approach was later incorporated into my 1999 book: lean-ISD.

Should Be Read 1st

Analysis before Design, please.

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Models and Matrices- NSPI PIJ -1984 – 5 page PDF – the first publication of the performance and enabler analysis methods for ISD, from NSPI’s (ISPI’s) Performance & Instruction Journal, November 1984.

This approach was also later incorporated into my 1999 book: lean-ISD.

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1999 lean-ISD Book Cover

Available as a free 410 page PDF… Click on the image above to go to the download page.

lean-ISD is also available as a $30 paperback book – for more information and/or to order – please go – here.

Note: the cover design for “lean-ISD” was created by the late Geary A. Rummler.

2nd Note: Guy W. Wallace’s book “lean-ISD” – was a recipient of a 2002 Award of Excellence for Instructional Communication from the International Society for Performance Improvement.

 

Then 27 Years Later

In 2011 I updated all my interim books – into this 6-Pack… the PACT 6 Pack…

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Click on the graphic above for more information.

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One comment on “30 Year Anniversary in Print: Group Process in Instructional Analysis and Design

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