In our experience, many organizations procuring instructional interventions tend to have someone on their staff who has high exposure to or even expertise in effective instructional approaches. Lean-Agile changes the way these training-aware people will interact on a project with a supplier or contractor in ways we will discuss later.

To take advantage of any improved cost and schedule performance for projects using Lean-Agile, there are things the buying organization must also do for the savings to be realized when a contractor or supplier uses Lean-Agile to build training products or services for them.

Our customers have asked questions before Lean-Agile projects and programs such as:

  • What do we have to do differently to accommodate your Lean-Agile approach?

  • How does your Lean-Agile approach change our process for procuring training products/services?

  • How does your Lean-Agile approach change what we’ll get or when we’ll get it?

  • How does your Lean-Agile approach impact our risk?

  • What do we tell our people to expect?

  • Can you provide a brief overview of how your Lean-Agile approach is different from ADDIE?

We will address answers to these typical questions in later sections.


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