HOW TO GIVE A BETTER DESIGN BRIEFING TO YOUR E-LEARNING VENDOR

From our side of the table, there are definitely some briefings that are far better than others. They are richer, they simply get more from us by giving us better caliber information to work with. And then there are briefings when we end the discussion looking at each other in silent dissatisfaction.

Let’s define the context very clearly before we continue – this isn’t ‘how to write a strong RFP/RFI’. This isn’t about getting to know a vendor’s capabilities in general.

This is for when you’ve got a training problem or requirement on your hands and you’re about to speak to training vendors. You’re likely the L&D person in your organization or one of your responsibilities is training and training outsourcing.

Here are 7 tips (plus a bonus!) for how you can set up your briefings to give more usable information for a stronger design response.

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