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SIG South Bay RoundTable: Methodology Wars, ADDIE vs. SAM vs. Agile

  • 12/04/2015
  • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
  • The Toyota Auto Museum 19600 Van Ness Avenue (between Del Amo and 190th) Torrance, CA 90501

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  • OD in LA, ISPI-LA, ATD-OC

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Methodology Wars:  ADDIE vs. SAM vs. Agile


The accepted wisdom is evolving on how best to manage instructional design projects, and a growing shelf-full of books and articles now offer advice on how to move from ADDIE to SAM. The concepts behind SAM (Successive Approximation Model) have their roots in the agile/scrum framework, which was initially developed to manage software development, and has since become a project management standard across numerous fields.


This Text Study RoundTable will be a discussion of the ATD blog post by Lou Russell,Methodoloogy Wars: ADDIE vs. SAM vs. Agile.  Come and join us to hear and share thoughts and opinions on:

  • How ADDIE compares with SAM
  • Are they mutually exclusive?
  • Is ADDIE no longer relevant?
  • How can a methodology for managing software development be applied to an instructional design project?

About Our Presenter:  John Morley

John Morley, an instructional designer and author of the books Scriptwriting for High-Impact Videos and TheEmerging Digital Future, is also the developer of ScriptWerx software. He has managed or partnered in a web-based mail-order business, portal website for healthcare professionals, a sales training firm, and an airport shuttle service in Nicaragua. His clients have ranged from Toyota and Mazada, to Hitachi, Southern California Edison, and Kaiser Permanente.
A certified scrum master, he is interested in exploring how the agile/scrum framework is being applied to instructional design through SAM.


Our Session Format:

The RoundTable is an exciting new practice in real-time participatory democracy. We will read the selected piece aloud together for about 15 minutes.  Then for the next 45 minutes, we offer everyone in attendance equal time to share their thoughts and experiences on or around the topic. Come explore with us!

The GEMS RoundTable format is provided by Sue Gabriele, President and Owner, Gabriele Educational Materials and Systems.

Website:  www.gemslearning.net

Email:  sgabriele@gemslearning.net

The word “trust” sparks something in each of us – principles, concepts, lessons and so much more.  Trust defines our choices and our actions.  Join us as we apply the Text Study RoundTable practice to the thought-provoking topic of “Trust in the Workplace.”

The session will be facilitated by Lynnette Ward and the South Bay Special Division Team.  

The word “trust” sparks something in each of us – principles, concepts, lessons and so much more.  Trust defines our choices and our actions.  Join us as we apply the Text Study RoundTable practice to the thought-provoking topic of “Trust in the Workplace.”

The session will be facilitated by Lynnette Ward and the South Bay Special Division Team.  

Lynnette Ward is a Career Development Consultant, specializing in management and career development, who believes in the power to choose our work.  She has a unique ability to motivate and influence others to take action and adapt to change as she trains and coaches people across all functions and industries to build lifelong career management strategies.

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