I’m sure that most L&D professionals feel like laughing at the concept of planning e-learning. As crazy as the last couple of years have turned out, there’s been absolutely no time to plan anything. It was mostly “create and deploy as soon as yesterday.” All the well-planned learning paths have more or less been abandoned in the face of more pressing interventions.
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However, it’s also a well-known fact that anything that is done too fast will need a lot of after work and will probably end up costing more as well. So, here is the ideal sequence for planning your corporate e-learning programs:
Clearly define the program objectives