CAD References & Resources Since the 1980s

CAD is Curriculum Architecture Design

… is an ISD methodology set. It typically precedes any ADDIE or SAM or SAT effort. See the 4th graphic below…

Here is my former firm’s first newsletter (before I became a partner in the early 1990s) in the Fall of 1986 … and we reference CAD.

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What was true in 1986 … was true back in 1982 too. And today.

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It’s all about a proven process.

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CAD efforts lead to MCD and IAD efforts.

Think ADDIE and then sub-component development.

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MCD … and IAD … share the same project planning & management approaches, tools, and techniques.

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In 1984 we published an article in TRAINING MAGAZINE … written in 1983.

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Two months later we published in the NSPI Journal, PIJ, an article about the Group Process analysis methods we were developing. The article was also written in 1983.

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In 1985 I presented at the national NSPI conference, but I had made the same presentation at the Chicago Chapter of NSPI, in the Fall of 1984.

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I started in 1983 … and finally in 1999 published a book on my ISD methods. For clients and for workshop attendees.

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Running a T&D … or L&D … entity is more than some version of ADDIE. That’s just one process … of 47 … in my model. CAD is likewise just one of 47 processes.

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CAD effort can lead to s shortcut to develop just the tests, even if that means over 2000 tests, Performance Tests. Using the IAD methodology that parallels MCD.

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I updated all my books into this 6-pack, in 2011.

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I continue to post on ISD and Performance Improvement (from an ISDers perspective) in my Pursuing Performance Blog – which replaced my quarterly newsletters in 2007.

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In the Resource Tab there are over 400 free resources … and about a dozen items for sale (all my newer books).

Lean ISD … Early Reviews

The book is available as a free PDF and for sale in other formats – here.

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Guy W. Wallace

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