Organizational Development

What Do the U.S. Navy and Corporate Training Have in Common?

The answer is the ADDIE model instructional systems design framework. If you are unfamiliar with the term, the ADDIE model is a training format that lists generic processes that many instructional designers and training developers use. It is represents a descriptive guideline for the building of effective training and performance support tools. ADDIE is made up of five phases: analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation.The U.S. Navy’s version of ADDIE is called PADDIE+M, which addes a planning phase and a maintenance phase to the framework. Both are so similarly structured because they work toward outlining the process of ongoing educational development of their teams.
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