304 - Content Curation for Culture Creation
What does a small instructional design team do when its national non-profit organization faces changes in culture and business performance? At The Board of Pensions of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), we curated external resources and combined them with organization-specific values to drive engagement and adoption.
Attend this case study session and discover how the Board of Pensions sparked change throughout the organization by curating existing resources to align with our values. You’ll learn how the team selected and secured resources to create training that addressed a key challenge: a unique organizational voice not commonly represented in the L&D space. You’ll also gain insight into how the offerings address various workspace environmental limitations, including a call center and the needs of remote colleagues. Lastly, you will discover how the Board continues to incorporate content curation into its employee development strategy.
In this session, you will learn:
- Why content curation is an effective development strategy, especially for small design teams
- How to balance curated content with bespoke resources
- How to address the challenges of various workspace environments for effective learning
- How to leverage multiple tools to deliver curated content to learners
Designers, developers, managers
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