Why your organization should embrace agile learning design

Typically learning designers have always used the well-known ADDIE model (analyse, design, develop, implement, and evaluate). This is like a conveyer belt – it starts with design, moves into development and then finally deployment. It gives a solid structure to projects but doesn’t allow for much flexibility and typically takes longer to deliver a product. For example, if a client wants to make a significant design change to an e-learning module once it has already been developed, this will usually be difficult and expensive.

Agile learning design

So what’s the alternative? Agile learning design refers to any approach to content development that focuses on speed, flexibility and collaboration. The term evolved from the software development industry and is now one of the fastest growing trends in learning and development.

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