L&D: STOP! If You Are Unclear About How Your Content Is To Be Applied Back On-the-Job

If You Don’t Understand The Performance – You Are Not Ready To Start

Back to Square 1 and then 2.

1 is Planning. 2 is Analysis.

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Don’t start developing Content until you clearly understand the on-the-job Performance Requirements – Tasks & Outputs & the Requirements for both – and develop a Performance Test 1st before any other Content – and skip/eliminate whatever doesn’t enable that Task Performance.

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2 comments on “L&D: STOP! If You Are Unclear About How Your Content Is To Be Applied Back On-the-Job

  1. I have no idea how to access WordPress. I certainly don’t want to create a WordPress site.  But I would like to occasionally post a comment on your posts.  That said, do you have any good examples of performance tests? Many thanks.  Craig 

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