Four Steps to a Flexible e-Learning Project Strategy

Leah Remillet, a self-described “success strategist,” once said, “without a map, every road looks promising [..] with a map, the right road becomes obvious.”  In other words, the best of intentions – without a solid plan and strategy – can lead to continually moving, but never getting closer to your goal.

When it comes time to pull the trigger on your need for an e-Learning course, class, or module, doing so without a solid strategy will often lead to a less-than-optimal result. Your course or courses may end up incoherent, without solid thoroughness to keep them straight and to reinforce the lessons you are trying to teach.

Creating a strategy, however, isn’t always easy. Many times, meetings can be derailed by arguing over semantics that are unimportant in the long run, while the important issues go unaddressed. Even when a plan is formed, it can often be ignored by the targeted audience, or it may lack the flexibility to shift when problems arise, as they inevitably do.

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