What Every Instructional Designer Needs to Know About Project Management

In today’s fast-paced environment, companies are expecting workers to do more with less. In learning and development, where budgets are already tight, it’s not unusual for instructional designers to not only develop but also manage their own projects. Developing a training program and managing the project at the same time can be a bit overwhelming but following the tips below will help keep things running smoothly and allow you to deliver that project on time and within budget.

Tip 1: Understand the Scope of Work and Watch for Scope Creep
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