Some level of project management exists in all types and sizes of formal learning interventions and approaches. Today Agile is seen as the darling, ADDIE has become the punchline and now some are inviting Lean practices and Six Sigma into their planning processes.
How is project management for a learning solution similar or different than that in other areas when learning itself is so fluid and information is changing constantly? What techniques and technologies are being leveraged and how much should a learning professional know and be able to do?
Join us this week as we explore the project management process and how it is leveraged in L&D.
Q1. Is project managing a learning solution different than engaging in non-learning project management or is it? Explain? #GuildChatQ
Q2. What level of project management skill does someone in an L&D role need to have today? #GuildChat
Q3. Does the type of project determine how you approach managing it? (i.e. large/small? tech/non-tech? audience?) Explain. #GuildChat
Q4. What project management processes do you find most helpful? #GuildChat
Q5. Which do you find yourself using when doing project management tasks: analogue, digital, or a bit of both. Why? #GuildChat
Q6. How has rapid changes in information and the speed of business impacted how we manage a projects today? #GuildChat
Q7. Agile PM is popular today. If you’ve had experience, what are the pros/cons? #GuildChat
Q8. What project management tools and/or processes would you recommend to others? #GuildChat
Missed this GuildChat? Don’t worry – you can still read through what happened on our Storify of the chat!