My Version of ADDIE Uses Maps & Specs
Maps show the flow visually while Specs include all the details. Think Schematics and Bills of Materials with Instructions for Assembly and Test.
Here is an example of the Architecture/Structure of an Event Map. Note there were both a pre and post Map for the pre and post Events.
The 3 Simulation Exercises occurred in Lessons 16, 25 and 27.
The Macro Structure
Pre-Event, the Main Event and the Post-Event.
My client (not TMC – which is one of my standard Case Companies) brought together their worldwide leaders for the first time in their 100+ year history.
There was a perceived need to teach them about walk-the-talk given recent (at the time) business issues. Issues that were going to cost them their bonuses for a couple of years.
So … avoiding these issues in the future was going to be a receptive topic … as one might imagine.
Again – for the Pre-Event, the Main Event and the Post-Event.
… Continued …
Grouping the Participants Into Defined 3 Role Sets
The 3 Foci of 3 Rounds
The Process of Each Round
The Datapaks Provided the Information to Feed the Simulations
The Structure of the Datapaks
Seems Like a Lot … Overkill-in-the-Extreme?
Imagine a much looser structure and the feedback from the top Executives if one had let the entire effort devolve into chaos.
This effort occurred in the early 2000s over a 3 month period from start to delivery.
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