Rapid Instructional Design: A Tool for Light-Speed Iterative Design

  • 17 Nov 2016
  • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Employers Association, 3020 W Arrowood Road, Charlotte, NC 28273
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Jennifer Labin

Principal Partner
T.E.R.P. (www.terpassociates.com)

The reality of today’s talent development world is one of fast-paced design, frequent scope changes, and large teams of stakeholders. Instructional designers and other practitioners need intuitive and easy tools to execute quickly without losing quality. In this session, we will take a look at the impact of design thinking on instructional design, and use the principles of innovation to revolutionize the instructional design process. You will be equipped with a rapid-design tool that works well for iterative processes in collaborative environments. This interactive session will include small group work, interactive social media and a small group case study.

Jennifer Labin Jennifer Labin is the owner of T.E.R.P. associates llc, which helps organizations drive leadership performance results. For over 15 years, Jenn has helped individuals achieve greater potential through coaching, training, development programs and other talent development solutions. Jenn is the author of Real World Training Design, a visual quick-guide for creating exceptional results within tight budgets and timelines. Her second book on developing mentoring programs is due in October 2016. Jenn has co-authored a chapter in the ASTD Handbook 2nd Edition and has also been published in the Pfeiffer Annual: Consulting journal several times. She has presented at the ATD International Conference as well as at chapter events.

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