Driving Organizational Change FAST: Accelerating Program Input
This session’s content can apply to any type of course or human resources program where you need to jump-start gathering requirements. Learning Champion’s Founder Mary Kay Malovich and Special Guest Michael Rothschild are pleased to share their successful design methods and techniques. You’ll get up to speed quickly during the session’s presentation and participant activities.
You will learn how to:
- Drive FAST when gathering requirements
- Boost your results with a proven Focus Group process
- Super-Charge gathering your Subject Matter Expert (SME) input
- Gain momentum through Usability Testing tips
Come crank up your knowledge in a crucial stage of the instructional systems design process. You’ll also receive free resources to guide your next effort.
Please register by COB Friday, January 15th to ensure you will receive your free, personal copy of the Focus Group Reference Guide, FAST job Aid, and enter the drawing for free giveaways during the session!
Date: January 21, 2016
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Location: Collindale Golf Course CB&Potts, 1441 E. Horsetooth Rd, Ft. Collins, CO
Free to All Access Members
$15 NRC Members and Colorado ATD Chapter Members
Mary Kay Malovich, (SHRM-SPC, SPHR) has been an active member of the Human Resources community and a lifelong learning advocate for over 30 years. Mary Kay serves as the Founding Principal and Chief Editor for Learning ChampionTM, an organization committed to growing the next generation of HR instructional systems designers. Formerly based in the Washington DC Metro area, she has led teams responsible for strategic learning programs in several Fortune-rated global companies, top-ranked government contractors, and an international software company.
Michael Rothschild, M.Ed. has been designing, developing and delivering training since 1976. Frustrated with the pace of development and final quality resulting from traditional design approaches, Michael developed an approach that leveraged visual thinking techniques and iterative prototyping for faster, better results. A Learning Architect and Senior Instructional Designer, he currently works with a wide range of corporate, non-profit and government agencies.