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Providing guidance to a clinical start-up around current benchmarks and examples of curriculum development for content (performance, or competency, based) being delivered via technology systems to remote learners, reviews of learning technology solutions that allow seamless integration between NASCEND, LLC and its client partners (hospital nationwide), and developing long term plans and visions to begin the transformation and growth strategy desired.
Led the review, analysis, and recommendations centered on courses that target leadership development for existing employees in primarily retail and banking sectors. Developed a outline for a SMS-based 100 Days of Welcome onboarding initiative for hourly logistics employees to improve retention rates.
Developed program recommendations for behavior-based safety curriculum development moving from F2F to blended delivery model, creating a long term strategic learning plan that includes technology solutions ranging from tools to learning platforms that support multiple clients.
Blue Circle Leadership (BCL) is known world-wide providing their clients with unique tools and techniques to help them create a culture within their organizations that can sustain rapid growth, increase resilience, and thus generate breakthrough performance that transfers to bottom-line business results. Ryan Consulting provided personalized learning solutions, strategies, and plans to move BCL’s Transformational leadership program to a new global community of learners including: • Plans and oversight of the testing, coordination, and execution of the varied content providers focused on delivering a seamless learning experience for all participants regardless of delivery mode (live and self-study); • Provided solutions and researched options as needed when technology slowed the learning process down; • Provided curriculum development and assessment strategies including badging and collaborative team activities maximizing the resources and tools available.
Performed a benchmark study focused on successful sales and marketing education systems and developed recommendations on innovative performance support and training techniques used to enhance the performance of sales professional in the field. Developed role descriptions for learning organization, interviewing guides, annual review plans including professional development and career paths for growing training team and instructional services.
Working with leadership, academic and business community to begin competency-based education (CBE) implementation. Specific topics included faculty workshops centered on design and assessment strategies, interactions with instructional and administrative teams focused on student success and support, and strategic planning for program development, delivery, and growth.
Performed an analysis of a research survey focused on competency-based education (CBE) in business school programs nationally. Identified areas of opportunity for additional outreach, potential partnerships with community organizations, and areas for targeted development.
Working with the ACT Foundation, National Retail Services Initiative (NRSI), and the Business Roundtable (BRT) focused on the National Retail Services Initiative Competency Model I developed a tactical way to assess the baseline and readiness of employers, provided the design elements, and created the National Retail Services Initiative Competency Model Implementation Toolkit (and complete white paper).
Focused on enhancing the Tennessee Talent Toolkit web site. Developed draft model of future website focused on end user including dashboards, calculators, and reports. Developed usability testing plan including focus group guide for statewide data collection, and provided recommendations to market services.
Provided design skills as course developer on Human Computer Interactive Design. Taught classes in graduate program including Strategic Management of Innovative Technology.
Provided support in innovative competency-based initiative funded by a U.S. Department of Labor (TAACCCT) grant titled Knowledge to Work (K2W) whose goal is to create a new type of educational search engine and online portal designed to help workers find free and low-cost, credit and non-credit learning resources tied to competencies and credentials, including badges, certificates, and degrees.