eLearning Team

Successful eLearning projects need winning eLearning Teams. Key members, qualities and tips for team collaboration, anything you need to know about an eLearning Team, written by our top eLearning authors.

December 10, 2015

Keeping It Zen: Dealing With Different Personalities In Your Learning And Development Project Teams

Similar to any project teams, Learning and Development project teams are made up of unique individuals, which can result in hot beds for all sorts of behavior and conflict. More often than not, teamwork can get disrupted by personalities. It’s important to identify trends in your team to help develop your strategy for managing from things to meetings milestones.
by Aristotle Domingo, CTDP, LSSGB
September 15, 2015

Working With Subject Matter Experts: The Ultimate Guide

Relationships are a key to success and, during your eLearning course development one of the most challenging relationships you will ever have will be with Subject Matter Experts (SMEs). In this article, I'll share some information about how to work closely with Subject Matter Experts, build a respectful working relationship with them, and facilitate your eLearning design and development process.
by Christopher Pappas
July 20, 2015

The Top 7 Qualities Of A High Performance eLearning Team

High performance eLearning teams don’t just happen. Positive spirit, clear goals, and shared ambitions are only a few of the characteristics that an eLearning team must have in order to produce excellent eLearning projects. In this article, I’ll share 7 top qualities that make a high performance eLearning team, so that you will ensure that your team is not only a truly great eLearning professional group, but also 100% dedicated to attaining their shared goals.
by Christopher Pappas
June 8, 2015

How To Build An Agile eLearning Authoring Team

Doing more with less has been a mantra in corporate training departments for the last decade and if you’re an eLearning manager looking for new ways to develop eLearning more efficiently, read on. Likewise, the ability to create home-grown courses on a shoestring budget has an obvious appeal and certainly is a way forward for small businesses as an accompaniment to their one-to-one training. So how do organizations - large and small - ensure that training is well designed, compliant and adds value to the business?
by Li Whybrow
June 4, 2015

Before The Build: Working With Subject Matter Experts and Asking the Right Questions

Want your eLearning course to be successful? Henry Ford once said, “If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.” Unless you live in the middle of the ocean or on a space station, you’ve probably driven past at least a few Ford vehicles today, so I’d say Henry Ford knows a little something about success! However, sometimes working together is easier said than done. From difficult Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to cranky coworkers, there can be challenges when you’re working with a group. That’s why it’s important to set a good foundation for collaboration and review before you even begin building your course.
by Stephanie Ivec