Every training development project requires strong management skills. But because an e-learning project generally takes more time, costs more money, and involves more people, an emphasis on proper management is even more important.

From defining and managing the project to budgeting and working with vendors, you’ll want to stay on top of all the details to make sure your project is delivered on time, on track, and on budget.

The Project Management Model and the ADDIE Model

The ADDIE model (analyze, design, develop, implement, evaluate) is widely used to manage training development. While the use of this model helps ...

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