The Six Deadly Sins of Training

Donald Clark, Big Dog, Little Dog, Dec 24, 2014
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Good longish article that doesn't just mention the six items but also takes the time to explain each in some detail. The six sins are:

  • Failing to align Training Goals with the Business Goals
  • Failing to Identify the Type of Performance Problem
  • Failing to get Support from the Leadership Team
  • Failing to Identify the Correct Setting for the Learning Process
  • Failing to Include Enough Activities and Practice Time to Reinforce Skills
  • Failing of the Learning and Development Team to Learn from Their Successes and Failures

"One of the major misconceptions of ADDIE or ISD is that it was created to only build classroom training environments, yet the reality is that it emphasizes other solutions first — you should too."

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