Adapting Agile for Instructional Design (that’s fancy-talk for training)Megan Torrance
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In many respects, developing training is a lot like developing software. Define the needs, identify scope boundaries and buckets, build, deliver … and cross your fingers. And, like all interesting software projects, the scope and need changes after the project gets started. What’s a trainer to do? Use Agile, of course. But that’s often easier said than done.
We’ve adapted Agile for instructional design and development projects – we call it LLAMA (the Lot Like Agile Methods Approach) – and it’s gotten a lot of traction in the training industry.