As the speed of business increases, requirements constantly change, and solutions are needed quicker. How do learning leaders respond to these changing organisational demands?
Traditionally, developing classroom, online and blended learning solutions have used an established sequence of Analysis, Design and Development, Implement, Evaluate (ADDIE). These types of waterfall project methods were very efficient and robust in a world where the requirements were stable and there was enough time to spend on each step – but arguably that’s no longer the case.
Design thinking and agile methods have gained prominence because they allow organisations to develop products and services faster in order meet customer needs.
In this webinar, the LearnD team explores the use of design thinking and agile methods in learning design and development and whether it will replace or work alongside ADDIE.
1. What is design thinking and agile project management and how they are different but interrelated
2. The current use of design thinking and agile project management in learning
3. Identify the situations where design thinking and agile project management work the best
4. How to transition the capability of the team built around ADDIE to design thinking and agile project management