To become an effective Learning Organization you have to look beyond technology. There are several Learning Strategies that can cooperate together to create, manage and distribute Learning throughout an organization.
A Content Strategy will determine which instructional components and instructional design techniques are used to teach the different types of information and skills.
The Development Methodology Strategy will focus
on managing the development phases of the Learning Product
creation. These phases are typically the Analysis, Design,
Development, Implementation and Evaluation Phases (ADDIE).
The Project Management Strategy will manage
the project through the project life cycle. The Project
process groups, as defined by the Project Management
Institute, are Initiate, Plan, Execute and Control and
Close. The Project Management Strategy is concerned
with the management and coordination of the triangle
of constraints, Cost, Schedule and Scope, to ensure
delivery of a Quality product, while minimizing Risk.
The Distribution Strategy will determine how
learning is componentized and distributed. It will ensure
components are designed for maximum reuse and follow
standards such as SCORM. A delivery approach is determined
based on content type. The use of a SCORM compliant
LMS is also investigated.