Client Project Overviews: D-E-F

Data General

  • Sales Curriculum Architecture Design. Guy’s 48th performance-based CAD project where existing analysis data was used in a quick design session used to identify gaps in the existing curriculum and estimate resource requirements to meet the key priorities, for both Instruction and Information (Procedures Documentation). 1993.

Detroit Ball Bearing

  • Curriculum Architecture Design. Guy’s 40th performance-based CAD project where the focus was on field sales managers’ requirements for both Instruction and Information (Procedures Documentation). 1992.

Digital Equipment Corporation

  • Quality in Program Management Course Design. Using the PACT Process for MCD, we used a team approach to design an orientation and basic skills-building T&D course on quality concepts and tools/techniques for new program managers, for both Instruction and Information (Procedures Documentation). 1992.
  • Program Management Curriculum Architecture Design. Guy’s 39th performance-based CAD project where the focus was on newly hired, in-the-development-pipeline program managers needed for a business expansion effort, and their requirements for both Instruction and Information (Procedures Documentation). 1991.

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  • Performance-based Curriculum Architecture Design Training. A one-day presentation of the then-current CAD workshop/materials, covering both Performance Modeling and Knowledge/Skill Analysis plus the CAD design methodology. Learners were to be oriented to the methodology. 1993.

Dow Chemical

  • Safety Training Design. Guy’s 18th performance-based CAD project where the focus was on cross-functional safety issues at a major chemical refinery site and the requirements for both Instruction and Information (Procedures Documentation). 1987.
  • Curriculum Architecture Design via a Group Process – 2-Day workshop. 1987
  • Secretarial/Administrative Curriculum Architecture Design. Guy’s 12th performance-based CAD project where the focus was on secretarial and other administrative personnel. 1986.
  • Top Operator Training Curriculum Architecture Design. Guy’s 11th performance-based CAD project where the focus was on operators in chemical refinery operations, and the requirements for both Instruction and Information (Procedures Documentation). 1986.

 

 

EDS

  • Analysis via a Team Process Workshop Development and Delivery. Presentation of a two-day workshop in Detroit teaching the use of our T&D analysis methodology focused on use of “competencies.”. Also attending were members of the local AAA T&D organization. 1991. 

Eli Lilly and Company

  • Conducted his 74th CAD project for the Clinical Trial Materials Process. 2004.
  • Miscellaneous Consulting on T&D Operations and ISD Methodology. 2000.
  • Curriculum Management Workshop. A two-day workshop based on Guy’s T&D Systems View (T&D Clockface) Model and upcoming book. 1999.
  • CAD: District Sales Managers. Guy’s 69th CAD project, focusing on updating Lilly’s global District Sales Manager curriculum, and the requirements for both Instruction and Information (Procedures Documentation). 1999.
  • Leadership and Management Curriculum Architecture Design. Guy’s 61st performance-based CAD project, where the focus was ultimately global (supervisors up to the upper management ranks across all business units). This project’s front-end analyses were conducted via individual interviews instead of our standard group method and produced the North American version of the CAD. 1997.
  • Curriculum Management Workshop. Guy worked on the design, development, and delivery of a two-day workshop on using PACT Process principles for curriculum management within a large corporation. 1996.
  • Presentation to HRD Staff: Curriculum Architecture Design. A three-hour presentation of the current CAD (ISPI version) to members of the corporate human resources organizations. 1995.

Exxon Exploration USA

  • Training Development of Task Orientation Modules for Geologists/Geophysicists. The first performance-based MCD project where a defined process for analysis and design utilized the Performance Models and Knowledge/Skill Matrices to develop several modules from the CAD project. 1983.
  • Exploration Curriculum Architecture Design (for Geologists/Geophysicists). The first performance-based CAD project where a defined process for analysis and design utilized the Performance Models and Knowledge/Skill Matrices to populate a modular inventory and deployment scheme for both Instruction and Information (Procedures Documentation). This project is where Guy first created and defined the original PACT Processes and methodologies still used in CAD, based on the original concept of curriculum architecture as published by Ray Svenson in 1978. 1982.

Federal Express

  • General Consulting on Curriculum Architecture Design processes within a T&D Strategic Planning effort. 198.

Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company

  • General Consulting: Initial Planning for Upcoming CAD Projects. 2001. 

Ford Motor Company

  • Project Strategy Development regarding Engineering Curriculum Architecture Design. Guy’s 52nd performance-based CAD effort focused on the expansion of the work he did for the Ford Design Institute, incorporating many other current vendors’ courseware products, built for Ford initially, into the existing CAD design. 1994.

Ford Design Institute

  • Engineering Curriculum Design. Guy’s 41st performance-based CAD project, where “robustness” of automotive designs was the focus and the requirements for both Instruction and Information (Procedures Documentation). In this project, he worked with an Analysis Team composed of a number of Ford engineering upper-level managers, plus deans and professors from several universities to first build the Performance Models and Knowledge/Skill Matrices and then rationalize and detail an existing ten-course design. 1992.
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