Are you looking for a way to produce higher quality, engaging instructional products on time and on budget? The Successive Approximation Model (SAM) is the way you can start using an agile instructional design approach today.
Many instructional design and development processes produce ineffective products, often accompanied by delayed timelines and cost overruns. Agile instructional design applies the SAM (Success Approximation Model) principles to training development, which results in meaningful and effective learning experiences that help the learner as well as meet the needs of stakeholders. Learn More >
In this course, Richard Sites explores how to apply an agile process to instructional design and will walk you through the key benefits of of using an agile, iterative approach, and some unique strategies for avoiding common project risks.
Learn how to start savvy, document your ideas, prototype course content, build your design, and review your instruction for any missed opportunities. Dr. Sites also shows how to align your current process with SAM and become an effective leader of agile and iterative training and development projects.
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Regardless of your role, if you are eager to begin creating engaging learning experiences for your organization, join Richard as he offers some of the key strategies and methods for successfully implementing the SAM model!
We partnered with Allen Interactions, because we wanted to make a really big impact with an absolutely critical training challenge. In the Savvy Start, we saw rapid prototypes evolve in front of our eyes—months of what would have been wasted time and resources with ADDIE melted away—and instead felt an incredible ROI developing in this short, intense amount of time together.
Director of Global Learning and Development, Manhattan Associates