Avoid the Foo Foo in Your Instructional Design and Performance Improvement Practices
Unless your resources are unlimited and no Stakeholder objects.
There Is Too Much Foo Foo
Here are links to Pages on this site with links to research findings and articles off this site – on each of the various types of Foo Foo found often in Instructional Design and Performance Improvement, including:
- Analysis with Subject Matter Experts
- Blooms Taxonomy
- Brain – Right Brain – Left Brain – and Learning
- Collaboration Myths
- Designing Learning/ Training for Generational Differences Myths
- Designing Learning/ Training for Learning Styles Myths
- Employee Engagement
- Evaluation – Level 1 Evaluations/Smiles Sheets
- NLP – Neuro-Linguistic Programming
- Transfer – Only 10% of Training transfers to the Job
- Wisdom of the Crowd
What Else Can You Do?
Check Your Networks for Foo Foo.
Being Forewarned can lead to Being Forearmed. It’s in your lap, your responsibility.
Do your homework on things you come across that seem to be too good to be true and/or are being sold as if it fits each and every situation.
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