Chapter EighteenManaging Partnerships and Collaborative Relationships

The previous chapter introduced the first competency related to managing the instructional design function. It focused on applying business skills and was directed largely at the instructional designers or the immediate team. This chapter looks outward from the instructional design team and addresses important skills associated with managing partnerships and collaborative relationships with other stakeholders. Instructional design is not a solitary pursuit. Instead it requires relations hips with many people. These relationships may be internal to the organization or can extend to partnerships with external stakeholders. When designing interventions, interaction with others ...

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