Training That Delivers Results: Instructional Design That Aligns With Business Goals (Anglais) Broché – 1 juin 2014
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Specifically from the book, I found the following to be extremely insightful:
- Reframe training request discussions to focus on desired business results
- Be proactive through performance consulting (and how to do this)
- Show how effective you can be to get buy-in to conduct analyses
- Leverage the culture to help deliver needed business results
- Rethink how we communicate performance objectives (one of my favorite parts of the book)
- Create effective instructional strategies
- Better leverage evaluation to strengthen training deliverables
One of the book’s strengths is how Handshaw uses real examples to demonstrate how to execute his model. I believe that these examples are powerful and insightful. Handshaw goes further by referencing video examples that you can find on his website for free (that has hyperlinks to his YouTube videos). With the videos, Handshaw walks you through specific steps within his model such as the reactive consulting meeting and the gap-map meeting.
Because Handshaw effectively addresses the bulleted list (above) and his real examples, I rated this book to have five stars.
The book is worth your time and can help you strengthen how you practice instructional design. After reading the book, I started thinking about what I could have done differently to improve the deliverables from some of my more recent projects. I know that what I learned will help me with future projects by doing a better job of systematically applying the model and keeping what Handshaw calls the Cost-vs.-Risk Rule in mind while executing the different design phases.
I usually highlight and tab pages in books I use as reference before, during and after managing a project and training that delivers results is my new go to reference book, I have highlights/ tabs on just about every page.
Love this book!