T&D: The Building Blocks of Performance Competence

My Architecture of Content Includes: A-K-S

Awareness, Knowledge and Skills.

That architecture is used within my Lesson Map format – as I’m big into ReUse.

For example:

  • the Individual Contributor needs a Skill in AAA.
  • the Manager needs Knowledge of AAA.
  • the VP needs only an Awareness of AAA.

Build it for one and extract for the others. It makes updating it all easier too.

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And if the Performance to be learned includes AAA and BB and C – I would approach it per this next graphic…

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To determine what and how to Design before Development – one should have done Analysis before Design.

Analysis of the Performance Competence requirements before the Enabling AKS requirements – which I usually just shorten to KS – for Knowledge and Skills.

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The Bottom Line is always: can they do the job back on the job?

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One comment on “T&D: The Building Blocks of Performance Competence

  1. Hi Guy, I hope this email finds you well. My name is April Caldwell and I am part of the IT Learning, Performance, and Application (LEAP) team atthe World Bank in Washington, DC. My team and I areputting together a 6 month speaker series on various learning topics for WorldBank IT staff and the IT Change Management and Learning team. In an informal 45 minutesession (either WebEx or in-person, if local) speakers will discuss specified learningtopics such as Performance Improvement, Learning Technologies, Disruptive Technologies in Learning, Designing for the Adult Learner, etc. 

    I was wondering if you might be interested in being one of our speakers for “Pursuing Performance?” My work email is: acaldwell@worldbankgroup.org

    I look forward to hearing from you. 

    Thank you so much,

    April ___________________________________ What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

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