Client Project Overviews: M-N-O

MCC Powers

  • In-Branch Sales Orientation Training Workshop analysis, design and development. 1986.
  • Fire and Security Advanced Training analysis, design and development. 1986.
  • Auto Dial Administrative Guide analysis, design and development. Use of a structured, team-based ISD methodology where Performance Models and Knowledge/Skill Matrices were used to create course designs, based on the previous CAD project. 1986.
  • Training Project Management Coaching. Miscellaneous coaching provided to the ISD staff in the use/application of our team-based ISD methodologies.
  • Technical Manual Rewrite. 1985.
  • Auto Dial Training analysis, design and development. Use of a structured, team-based ISD methodology where Performance Models and Knowledge/Skill Matrices were used to create a course design.  1985.
  • PSS & SMS Video Training. Use of a structured, team-based ISD methodology where Performance Models and Knowledge/Skill Matrices were used to create a course design, based on the CAD project. 1985.
  • Fire and Security Basics. Guy’s 10th performance-based CAD project where the focus of the project was on entry-level awareness, knowledge, and skills across many levels, functions/departments, and jobs to create a modular T&D design for personnel involved in this line of business and their requirements for both Instruction and Information (Procedures Documentation). 1985.
  • HVAC Basics Control Unit Training analysis, design and development. 1984.
  • Electrical Estimating Training analysis, design and development. 1984.
  • NET Analysis Training analysis, design and development. 1984.
  • DDC Basics Training analysis, design and development. 1984.
  • Training analysis, design and development for Field Engineering 1984.

All of the above 5 projects used our evolving, formal, structured, team-based ISD methodology. Performance Models and Knowledge/Skill Matrices were the key analysis data used to create systematically the course designs and then the T&D materials, based on the prior CAD project. 1984.

  • Technical Training Plan for ATC Branch Personnel. The 3rd performance-based CAD project. HVAC branch personnel included sales management, service management, sales engineers, service engineers, and technicians (fitters and other trades). 1983.
  • Training analysis, design and development for Systems Sales. Use of a structured, team-based ISD methodology where Performance Models and Knowledge/Skill Matrices were used to create a course design, based on the CAD project. 1983.
  • Training analysis, design and development for the Contracting Process. Use of a structured, team-based ISD methodology where Performance Models and Knowledge/Skill Matrices were used to create a course design, based on the CAD project. 1983.

 

Motorola

  • Design and Manufacturing/Engineering Curriculum Architecture Design. Guy’s 2nd CAD project where the focus was on design engineers, manufacturing engineers, and engineering managers and their requirements for both Instruction and Information (Procedures Documentation). 1982.

Multigraphics

  • In-Branch Sales Orientation Training. Guy’s 13th performance-based CAD project where the focus was on new-hire sales representatives and their requirements for both Instruction and Information (Procedures Documentation). 1986.

NASA

  • Middle Manager Curriculum Architecture Design. Guy’s 17th performance-based CAD project where the focus was on middle managers at the space agency. This project was begun after the Rogers Commission concluded that the Challenger accident was due to management performance issues. 1987.

NASCO

  • Associate delivered the PACT Process Workshop: PACT Performance Analyst. 2005.

NAVAIR

  • Assisted in the planning for 2 future CAD efforts, conducted analysis and designed a three day off-site and participated in its delivery. 2005.

NAVSEA

  • Assisted 6 shipyards in the Corporate Training Transformation Team’s planning efforts to achieve the Chief of Naval Operation’s goals and objectives for the US Navy. 2004.
  • Assisted in the Corporate Training Transformation Team’s planning efforts. 2004.

      

NCR

  • Supply Line Management Curriculum Architecture Design. Guy’s 30th performance-based CAD project where more than 25 target audience jobs, from up and down the supply chain, were analyzed and a CAD was designed to meet their performance-based, knowledge/skill requirements and the requirements for both Instruction and Information (Procedures Documentation). 1990.
  • Curriculum Architecture Design Process Design. Presentations to staff and consulting services and development, regarding our methodology for CAD, were provided to the ISD staff of the corporate T&D organization. 1990.

Norfolk Naval Shipyard

  • Curriculum Architecture Design – presentation to Management. 2003
  • Conducted a review/critique of the Leadership Development curricula design. 2003
  • Guy’s 73rd CAD for Supervisors and Zone Managers of the Production unit of the shipyard and their requirements for both Instruction and Information (Procedures Documentation). 2003.
  • Follow up support related to the 2003 CAD project for shipyard supervisors and management. 2004

Northern Telecom

  • Training Administrative Guidelines. Developed ISD processes and methodologies for use in a technical training center for customers and internal service personnel. 1983.

Northern Trust Bank (Chicago)

  • Trust and Financial Services Curriculum Architecture Design. Guy’s 21st performance-based CAD project where the key personnel of both the trust and financial departments within the bank were the focus and their requirements for both Instruction and Information (Procedures Documentation). 1988

NOVA

  • PACT Analysis for Sales Forecasting. Guy facilitated this performance and gap analysis effort to assist the client in determining how to improve the operations of the newly installed module of their SAP system. 1998.
  • Pilot-Test of the PACT Process Methodology for Performance Modeling and Knowledge/Skill Analysis. This project demonstrated the PACT Process analysis methodologies in identifying the information technology tools required in a major business process. The test of the methodology was to generate data that was also to be used to populate an SAP-HR module with the competencies required for the process. 1997.

Novacor, Corunna Site

  • Operations Management and Self-regulated Team Curriculum Architecture Design. Guy’s 50th performance-based CAD project where Performance Models and Knowledge/Skill Matrices were generated by midlevel managers for newly forming self-regulated teams and team leaders at a major Canadian chemicals refinery and their requirements for both Instruction and Information (Procedures Documentation). 1994.
NSA – National Security Administration
  • Presentation to 32nd Crytologic Training Council Conference – Synergy in Cyber Training – An Operational Imperative: When Curricula Collide – Using the Curriculum Architecture Design Methodology to Manage the Interface Variances. 2011.

Occidental Petroleum Labs

  • Laboratory Personnel Curriculum Architecture Design. Guy’s 31st performance-based CAD project where the focus was on the scientific, engineering, and technical support staff jobs/roles at the laboratories. 1991.