Is Instructional Systems Development a Business or a Process?

  • Thursday, May 08, 2014
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • UMBC Technology Center 1450 South Rolling Road ● 3rd Floor, Cafeteria ● Halethorpe, MD 21227 ● 443-543-5446 maps.google.com

Registration

  • Special rate for enrolled students (must show student ID at meeting).

5:30 PM - 6:00 PM Register, Dinner
6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Networking - - -
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM Program/Q&A
Registration is closed

OK…. You’ve finished your degree in Instructional Systems, Human Performance, Adult Learning, Educational Assessment, etc. What do you want to do? Are you going into designing, developing, delivering, or assessing training, performance, or education solutions? But, just as important you’ll need to know how to make a profit and earn a living doing it. OMG – you say, “I didn’t study that in my program, I was sure that everyone will be impressed with my extensive research and process knowledge.”

In this interactive session we’ll share with those in attendance who have a role as a business owner; manager within a training and performance firm; leader of a large company professional development department; university faculty member or department head; as well as those who plan to be in one of those environments. The goal is to explore what “life beyond the certificate, degree, thesis, or dissertation” entails.
NOTE: Attendees should be prepared to share with each other (nothing proprietary, of
course).

Session Objectives

At the end of the session, you will be able to:

  • List the range of business activities and skills that training and performance practitioners require..
  • Explore opportunities to learn “the business of business” during college or before starting and managing a business or business unit.
  • Collaborate with colleagues (in this session and beyond) to share “lessons learned.”
  • Add another set of capabilities awareness to your professional outlook.


[Dinner is served at 5:30; Presentation begins approx 6:30]

About the Presenter

Stuart Weinstein is the Practice Leader for Systems at Management Concepts, a premier provider of training and performance improvement solutions for students from federal, state, local, non-profit, university, and commercial corporation settings via courses delivered online, onsite, or at training locations, nationwide. Stuart has 42 years of professional experience designing, developing, and delivering instructional products for dissemination via the Internet, computer, satellite, videotape, videodisc, broadcast television, CD-ROM, DVD, and classroom for military, civilian government, and commercial clients. He is the author of 54 articles/conference presentation, co-authored several books, and is an Adjunct Professor in the Instructional Systems Development Masters Degree Program at the University of Maryland Baltimore County.

 


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