The shift happens at the “Pivot Point” in an Instructional Development effort – when the client and key stakeholders can assess what the Analysis data tell them – and they can make the Business Decision as to continue with Instructional Development, or to pivot to a Performance Improvement effort, or to do both.
In my use of the term Instruction – I mean Job Aids & Training; or Performance Support & Learning Experiences; or Resources & Courses.
Instruction is a more “inclusive” term for what I am trying to produce. And as always, it should be “performance-based.”
This video is 43:56 minutes in length.
I may have gotten a little grumpy about some who CONFLATE performance-based Instruction w/ Performance Improvement Consulting or Performance Consulting. When people do that they simply water-down PIC to better Training/Learning Experiences.
Performance has many more variables than Knowledge & Skills and most Problems aren’t rooted in them. This is my framework for the variables.
Expecting v Suspecting
I also talked about Performance Improvement Consulting in this webinar with folks from the University of Surabaya (Indonesia) last November.
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But Wait – There’s More!
For Gluttons of Punishment – my first visit with these IDIODCs – back on September 20, 2020 – can be viewed here. It is 50:05 minutes in length.
A book coming sooner or later – as my friend Clark Quinn is my editor (poor fellow).
Here is the draft cover – which is likely to change – as the book is being published by LDA – the Learning & Development Accelerator.
Articles from 1984
Performance-Based Curriculum Architecture Design via a Facilitated Group Process – 6 page PDF– published in Training Magazine in September 1984. –This was the first publication about Curriculum Architecture Design. Plus – the original manuscript (30 pages) – How to Build a Training Structure That Won’t Keep Burning Down.
Models and Matrices – 5 page PDF, published in NSPI’s (ISPI’s) Performance & Instruction Journal, November 1984 – This was the first publication of the Performance and Enabler Analysis methods for ISD using a Facilitated Group Process that I have been using since 1979 and as an ISD consultant starting in 1982.
Thanks, Brent and Chris!