Needs analysis is thinking about change. What do we want people to do, rather than what do we want people to know.
Jason Baker - Digital Learning Specialist, Snowfish Learning
Jason Baker and Lori Niles-Hofmann share how to focus your team’s efforts on where it counts most by leading with need at every level
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Capture the needs of your learners from the get go and ensure you ask the right questions, to get the answers you need.
How do you know where to start when it comes to capturing needs? Our project plan template gives you a clear structure you can work to in these crucial early stages.Download
To get the answers you need, you have to ask the right questions. Here are seven questions to ask before you begin any work on design or content.Download
We know we want to deliver effective training, but what does “effective” actually mean? We can only measure effectiveness if we’ve determined what we want the effect to be.
In other words, we can’t even begin to design a learning solution until we’ve understood the problem we’re trying to solve – until we’ve properly uncovered the business need. And this can mean challenging what project sponsors say. So, how can we do this?
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The one simple question that changes whether we're going to go down the performance consulting route or not is: what is the evidence of need?
Lori Niles-Hofmann - Senior EdTech Transformation Strategist, NilesNolen