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Tips & Tricks: Using Agile Methodology in Instructional Design

Friday, December 19, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Megan Torrance, CEO, TorranceLearning

The Agile methodology helps project managers respond to rapidly changing business requirements that can shift even before a project is complete. It guides you to better target the deliverables required to meet a project’s goals, fine tuning as necessary. A form of Agile, the Lot Like Agile Methods Approach (LLAMA), is designed specifically for instructional projects.
In this webcast, you will learn to:


• Identify business goals that will help you align your project.
• Leverage the LLAMA approach to define the scope of a project.
• Select a primary learner persona (PLP) for your project.
• Break your project into easy to manage tasks.
• Use iterative development to refine a project’s deliverables.
 

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Presenter

Megan Torrance
Megan Torrance

CEO, TorranceLearning

Megan Torrance is chief energy officer at Torrance Learning. She brings over a decade of business consulting and project management experience to her instructional design and development work. She teaches LLAMA (Agile project management) and instructional design classes, initiates new design projects, and makes sure everyone is enjoying their learning environment. E-learning guru by day and ice hockey goaltender by night, Megan is devoted to not only delivering outstanding work to clients, but also creating a top-notch work environment based on trust, flexibility, compassion, and fun.