Table Talks Community of Practice
Tuesday, September 27, 2002 facilitated by: Susan Wright Arrington
***In-Person at Baby’s****
Book: Design Thinking for Training and Development: Creating Learning Journeys that Get Results by Sharon Boller and Laura Fletcher.
Learn how to adapt tradition design thinking for training and development projects, going beyond the user experience (UX) to the learner experience (LX). Design thinking is about balancing the three forces acting on training and development programs: learner wants and needs, business needs and constraints.
Suggested book reading for this session (pages 3 - 62):
Additional resources to review:
We will meet in person at Baby’s, 2147 N Talbott St. Indianapolis, IN 46202. If you have questions day of, contact Susan Arrington, 317 475-0743.
We hope you have an opportunity to join us!
Did you say free book?
Members only: The chapter will reimburse you for your book for each session that you attend.
1 of 3 sessions
25% of the book cost
2 of 3 sessions
50% of the book cost
3 of 3 sessions
100% of the book cost
Please reach out to Susan, firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Looking for a virtual only option? Check out the ATD National Book Club
Association for Talent Development - Central Indiana Chapter (ATD-CIC)
PO Box 6206
Fishers, Indiana 46038