L&D: How Robust is Your Content to Inevitable Change?

Change May Not Hit Every Process and Task

But when it does, how robust is your content to that change?

How was it designed, developed or acquired to reduce Total Life Cycle Costs to the Enterprise?

If not – why not?

Content Architecture – a subset to Curriculum Architecture which itself is a subset to Enterprise Content Architecture – addresses this by involving the Master Performers and other SMEs who have the best insight into the potential future changes in the Content Configuration (a.k.a.: Design) efforts.

Not that they will be perfect – who could be? But who else would you ask who would possibly know?

Collaborating with the Master Performers and other SMEs is one of the key keys to producing/acquiring performance impacting Content – Instruction and Information – in my experience.

But … don’t waste their time.

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