A lesson on Instructional Design: training with prototypes
Companies are revolutionizing their organizational learning with Instructional Design, from improving internal development right through to enhancing employees’ learning experiences. It’s training, but not as we know it.
Every day, companies hire individuals and train them in their processes. Typically, large companies and enterprises require all new employees to complete large bouts of training exercises, be it through a series of group classes or reading through documentation related to their internal processes and best practices. As technology advances, skillsets expand and company requirements become more demanding, the internal training habits of large companies are also becoming more expansive. In this post, we will see how prototyping and Instructional Design offer a refreshing alternative to the archaic forms of organizational learning in order to make company training processes more efficient.