Addressing the Gap Between Instructional Design and Project Management

One of the biggest challenges faced in business is a disconnect between departments. This gap has many faces. It could be a design department creating mockups that don’t take the technical specifications into account, a sales department not fully considering capacity, or the ever-present gap between instructional design and project management that exists in our own industry.

One of the issues creating this gap is that the project management team and the instructional design team work on different development life cycles. The many different development methodologies – like ADDIE, waterfall, agile, et cetera – mean there is a high likelihood that departments that don’t specifically work together but are dependent on each other could be on a different cycle.

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