Published in June 2011
A Curriculum Manager is responsible for addressing the performance-based learning needs and performance support needs of targeted Learners/Performers as identified or prioritized by their internal customers and stakeholders.
Success is measured in the timely availability of performance-required content before and/or during the moment of need.
Content may be of any media and mode that is appropriate to both the needs and constraints of the Learners – who are Performers – in an Enterprise Learning Context. Included in the blend can be any of the following, and is not limited to:
• Instructor-led Training
• Coached/Mentored Learning
• Task Assignments
• Job Assignments
• Books, chapters and article reading assignments
• Guided Discovery Learning
Curriculum – a somewhat old fashioned term – is a set of content that is as rigorous as required and as flexible as feasible.
In an Enterprise context – it is content that enables Performance Competence: the ability to Perform Task to Produce Outputs to Stakeholder Requirements.
The Curriculum Manager’s performance competence centers on the core processes of architecture, development and deployment of performance enabling instructional and informational content for critical target audiences – and in managing all of the leadership and support processes that enable that.
Table of Contents:
|1||What Does a Curriculum Manager Do?||1|
|2||AoP: Stakeholder Needs Assessment & Alignment||27|
|3||AoP: Strategic Planning & Management||53|
|4||AoP: Operations Planning & Management||65|
|5||AoP: Results Measurement||79|
|6||AoP: Improvement Planning||95|
|8||AoP: Product & Service Line Design||120|
|9||AoP: Product & Service Line Development||143|
|10||AoP: Product & Service Line Deployment||169|
|11||AoP: Process Design & Redesign||193|
|12||AoP: Human Assets||203|
|13||AoP: Environmental Assets||222|
|14||AoP: Special Assignments||241|
|15||Summary & Close||247|
|16||Additional Related Resources & Reference||254|
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