Not Just for IT… Agile for L&D!
10:30 - 10:30a (Magnolia Hall)
In today's learning design environment, L&D professionals must be agile and process-focused when developing learning interventions to support a high demand of learning requests. To manage the workflow and quality of deliverables, you must rely on a solid structure that brings your learning intervention from intake to implementation, including risk assessment and strong communications back to the business. In this session, you will be introduced to the agile methodology, learn how to build a customized agile process that fits your team’s design processes, and get tips for bringing your team and stakeholders along the journey.
Learning Objectives:Describe the agile methodology, including the Kanban approach.
Create an agile design process for your team.
Identify ways to engage others and gain buy-in for the process.
About Jillian HintzJillian Hintz, Sr. Manager, Learning Design & Development at Paycor
, is responsible for the overall strategic design, development, and implementation of enterprise training solutions at Paycor. She focuses on elevating learning culture and building strategy through innovation, creativity, and continuous improvement. She has extensive project management experience in which she has applied to various roles throughout her career, including training facilitator, instructional designer, and leader. Most recently, she implemented the agile methodology into her design team’s development process to ensure the successful completion of deliverables. By establishing roles, setting clear expectations, following a project plan and formalizing communications, the team has seen increased efficiency and quality of deliverables, as well as increased engagement through becoming a self-organizing team.
Jillian will be assisted in her session by Whitney Yarberry.
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