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Is training always the answer when non-mastery performers struggle? Of course not!
This webinar will present a model and methods, along with a simple practice exercise, to use during the initial Analysis phase for ISD and/or Performance Improvement efforts.
These tools will help you conduct analysis that looks beyond instruction to what other things might be causing performance gaps.
Guy W. Wallace is a Performance Analyst and Instructional Architect –
and has been designing and developing performance-based Instruction/
Training/ Learning and Performance Support content for Enterprise
Learning and their business critical target audiences since 1979. Guy
has been consulting since 1982 and has served 80+ consulting clients,
primarily in the Fortune 500.
Guy started as a Training Developer at Wickes Lumber in 1979 and then
became a Training Project Supervisor at Motorola’s Training &
Education Center in 1981.
In 2010 he received the ISPI’s highest award: the Honorary Member for
Life – for his contributions to both the technology of Performance
Improvement and to the Society – as approved by two successive Boards.
Since 1982 he has specialized in Curriculum Architecture Design via a
Facilitated Group Process. In 1984 he co-authored two articles on these
approaches, a Training Magazine article on Curriculum Architecture
Design via a Group Process – and another on Creating Models and Matrices
using a Group Process – for NSPI’s Performance & Instruction
Guy completed his 76th Curriculum Architecture Design consulting project – since 1982 – in the fall of 2018.
Guy typically facilitates Project Steering Teams in detailed Planning
efforts, and then he facilitates their selected Master Performers to
quickly conduct Analysis and Design for hand-off to Development teams
for quick, parallel development/acquisition.
Guy’s ISD work has won awards at General Motors, HP, and Siemens
Building Technologies, and external awards from NSPI, ISPI and ASTD/ATD
for work done with AT&T, Chamberlin Edmonds – Emdeon, HP and
In 2010 he was recruited as an inaugural member of ASQ’s Influential
Voices initiative to Raise the Voice of Quality, and served until late
2015. Guy has authored over 100 articles, 14 books, and 3900+ Blog
posts. He has presented professionally over 115 times.