The outcome of quality instructional design should be a learning experience that drives improved performance, that is directly observable, and that benefits the organization. Good design leads to achievement of knowledge and skills in an engaging, efficient, and relevant fashion where participants are able to readily apply what they have learned on the job.
In today’s information overload, it is more essential than ever to create talent development systems that offer various avenues for learning and development and performance support systems.
Data overload and resource constraints, coupled with technological advances, have resulted in higher expectations for those who produce workplace learning solutions. Today’s instructional designers must leverage adult learning theories while being flexible, learner-centric, and cost-conscious with their approaches.
Maher & Maher’s extensive experience with custom content development allows us to work together with our clients to create solutions that meet the most unique learning and development needs.
Our streamlined instructional design process is centered on the ADDIE model: 1) analysis, 2) design, 3) development, 4) implementation, and 5) evaluation. However, our experienced designers and project managers have the keen ability to streamline that method when needed to ensure that the solution design and development process is efficient and professional, providing quality deliverables that drive the targeted performance to gain the most from your investment.
Visit our project work to learn more about the specific learning and development solutions that Maher has designed for our clients.