Comparison of Learning Theories or Theorists

A large part of the workflow processes is the embedded within the learning theories you have learned this week. Utilizing this weeks MacArthur discussion, you will expand upon the theory that you feel is best for the company and explain how the workplace process will be implemented. You have already started this assignment in your discussion, so expand to create an instruction guide explaining the process. You will include how the organization will teach the workflow process to the employees. You will expand on the methods that will be used in the process, what tangibles will be measured, and you will explain why this is important to the process.

*Your paper should be a minimum of 3pages. * You should follow up the document with a 10 slide minimum presentation that specifies the key points of your proposal as if you were presenting to the client on-site. Be sure to include any details that you feel would be beneficial to selling your plan to the company. Your presentation should have a title and reference slide (not counted in the 7-10 slides), a professional look (i.e. background/theme for character), and proper spelling/grammar throughout. Utilize the notes section of each slide to expand upon your key points.

Note to Student: A Style Guide is recommended, particularly one for APA – American Psychological Association Style. You can find web resources for this style.

Please submit all of your files in one ZIP folder.

Reference

Pershing, J. A. (2008). Handbook of human performance technology, principles, practices, and potential. (3rd edition). San Francisco, CA: Pfeiffer & Co.

  • The performance architect and essential guide to the performance technology landscape.
  • Commentary on qualitative and quantitative methods.
  • Interviewing to analyze and evaluate human performance technology.
  • Hale, J. A. (2006). The performance consultant’s fieldbook, tools and techniques for improving organizations and people. Pfeiffer & Co.
    • Needs assessment and cost analysis.
    • Measuring results.
    • Measuring people performance.