Overview: What has changed regarding new product development? What risks are associated with focusing on products that are quick, easy, flexible and essential - from the buyer's perspective? Is better, faster, cheaper - attainable? How do we assure objectivity when contemplating the build, buy, partner choices?
I look forward to this discussion and reporting back your insights! To add to the questions above, how has the global pandemic shifting product development best practices?
Good morning all. I'm truly looking forward to this discussion. Point to ponder: When COVID-19 began its spread across the US, we were in a reactive mode regarding learning. Are we still in a reactive mode, or do you think we've caught up and are now devising learning strategy that would see us anticipate possible outcomes for the post COVID-19 shift?
If we were in reactive mode (and I think we were) - what does this tell us about the learning models we have been using that promised us we would be prepared if we used them?
I wonder what models (if any) exist to accelerate and sustain proactive learning strategies?
In the traditional sense, Instructional Design is a cumbersome process. I believe we need a hybrid approach that will achieve the same outcomes we seek, but is flexible enough to provide a rapid means of development. We need to examine and prioritize the outcomes and what they should look like to meet the current learning demand.