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lean-ISD: Instructional Systems Design That Makes A Difference Paperback – November 4, 2011
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This book is not an easy read, it is something much better. -- Dale M. Brethower, Ph.D.
This highly structured and detailed process for instructional design provides excellent guidelines... -- James D. Russell
This system could be the difference between achieving bottom-line results with your training or being just another ... red school house. -- Geary A. Rummler, Ph.D. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
From the Author
Is this book for you? This book is for those who know that T&D means training and development. It's for those who know that ISD means instructional systems development or instructional systems design. It's for those who want to improve ISD processes to improve T&D products.
Those seeking improved ISD processes and T&D products may be ISD professionals--analysts, designers, developers, or project managers. They may be anyone with a stake in the ISD processes and T&D products--managers whose staffs depend on T&D to achieve high performance, or executives who want to make sure that dollars spent on T&D achieve a sufficient payoff for the organization.
Improved ISD processes and T&D products don't come easy. But in this book, I can show you how to achieve them. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Previous `systems' approach books showed a lot of big boxes and diagrams, which were supposed to help the reader become proficient in the design process. Here is a book that actually includes all of the information that fell through the cracks of other ISD training materials and shows you the way to actually get from one step to another. Guy adds all of the caveats and tips he has learned in more than 20 years of ISD practice and sprinkles them as job aids and stories throughout the book.
However, the most critical part of the book for me was that Guy included the project and people management elements of ISD in the book. Too often, ISD models and materials forget that we are working with real people in getting the work done. This book helps explain and illustrate best practices in ensuring success in ISD projects."