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Tips to Tame Troublemaker Schedules

I am one of those people who packs for a trip the night before. And, while I may look to see what’s on offer at my destination, I don’t spend too much time planning things out.

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Take the Scare Out of Scope

Annette Kirchner, Senior Producer, Studio M

As an Allen Interactions Producer (Allen’s title for Project Manager), I manage projects and maintain the overall project vision. My daily efforts keep the project moving ahead. I engage team members when it’s their time to shine or when we need their input to solve problems. I remind both our internal team and the client of our limitations, be they schedule, scope, or other client-determined boundaries.

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3 Steps to Get MORE out of Subject Matter Expert (SME) Interviews

by , Instructional Designer

So, you’ve identified your performance objective. You’ve designed a great interaction that is performance-based, scenario-driven, and learner-centric. You are well on your way to approval of the look and feel of your learner interface. (I know, I know...all of that is easier said than done. But thankfully you can look here, here, and here for some great tips on how to turn dreams of effective and engaging e-learning design into reality!)

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e-Learning Process: 4 Reasons Why SAM is a Good Friend

Tim Reed, instructional designer, Manhattan Associates, Inc.

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Leaving ADDIE for SAM: eLearnChat Interview with Michael Allen

Michael Allen, CEO here at Allen Interactions, participated in a live 45-minute eLearnChat interview with Rick Zanotti on his new ASTD book, Leaving ADDIE for SAM

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A Purposeful Change to Your e-Learning Projects

by , vice president of client services | @rhillsites

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A Fresh Start: Parallels in e-Learning & Life

by , senior instructional strategist

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e-Learning Project Reviews – A Moment to Create Value

by , vice president - client services | @rhillsites

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Savvy Continues: The Iterative Design Phase

by Deanna Sedivy, studio producer

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Where Wild e-Learning Project Requests Roam

by , studio executive | @rhillsites

Susan, an instructional designer with a large, multinational retailer, received a training request from the director of operations of customer and client relations. The request: “Please create a customer service e-learning course for our global retail sales associates.”

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