So... my response... I'm not sure exactly how address the trade-offs. My experience is that every elearning project has some trade-offs, resources, time, money, energy, passion. The trade-offs between quality and speed is a tough question. I understand where the question comes from, our organizations are operating with real-time data and agility and flexibility is critical. So I guess if your "quality" learning program is not ready in time to educate your organization and the opportunity to improve performance passes, then it is not really a "quality" learning program. Right? On the flip side, if you decide your organization needs project management training and you create a power point stack that is accurate, but they don't comprehend any of the information and therefore don't change their behaviors in any way. You "rapid" e-learning is probably really poor quality.
So our challenge is to see were the speed requirement intersects with the quality requirement and execute.
Note: I didn't read the others response... Maybe I will now and reflect some more.
|Tom Haskins||growing changing learning creating||The politics of quality||09-Jan-2007|
|Tony Karrer||eLearning Tech||Big Question for January - Quality vs. Speed||09-Jan-2007|
|Matthew Nehrling||mLearning-World||The Tao of Design||09-Jan-2007|
|Wendy||In The Middle of the Curve||Trading Off||10-Jan-2007|
|Clive Shepherd||Clive on Learning||The big question for January: quality v speed||10-Jan-2007|
|Howard Cronin||e-Training in the Trenches||Big Question - January 2007||10-Jan-2007|
|Karyn Romeis||Karyn's Blog||The big question for January: speed v quality||10-Jan-2007|
|Clark Quinn||Learnlets||January's 'big' Question||10-Jan-2007|
|Karl Kapp||Kapp Notes||Rapid E-Learning Trade-Offs||10-Jan-2007|
|Donald Clark||Big Dog, Little Dog||Knowledge & Learning in the News||11-Jan-2007|
|David Wilson||Learning Reflections||The Big Question - Rapid or Quality||11-Jan-2007|