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Best Practices in eLearning Project Management

  • Tuesday, June 12, 2012
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Courtyard by Marriott/Fort Lauderdale North 2440 W. Cypress Creek Road • Fort Lauderdale 33309


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Best Practices for eLearning 
 Project Management


Organizations are now, for the first time ever, experiencing the widest complexity of learning needs ever - with four different generations of employees together in the workplace, as well as remote employees and virtual work-from-home employees.  As a result, training has had to become more sophisticated, more flexible, and more accessible.  Organizations have looked to eLearning as an effective way to address these requirements.


When it comes to building eLearning, it is far different than building classroom training.  The presentation will focus on a 10-year proven process that will cover the stages of planning, content gathering, instructional design, storyboarding, development and production, quality assurance and integration and delivery.  This process has proven successful and been adapted across the globe and includes clients such as Microsoft, Burger King, Penn State, New Horizons and Heinz.


If you are tasked with developing it internally or an external service provider hired by an organization, you will be guaranteed to have many take-aways from this session.


Want more?  Watch this video that overviews the  process: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WURExEwxU2M 




Speaker: Michael Aumann

Michael is a powerful and skilled learning and development professional with a strong track record of success who knows precisely how to focus a team to deliver maximum results.


His 24+ years of experience in multiple roles within various industries ranges from working with two of the top financial institutions in the country to various other industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, utilities, telecommunications, and software.


Michael co-founded Facilitador, LLC in 1999 and the Performance Agents division in 2003.  As one of the creators of performanceAgentsTM proprietary methodology for replicating top performers, he is an expert in human performance improvement and knowledge transfer.  His hands-on experience makes him a key member of the instructional strategy team.


Michael received his B.B.A. from Hofstra University in New York, his M.S.Ed. and Ed.D(c) from University of Pennsylvania - GSE/The Wharton School.


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