Instructional Story Design

script and determine how the story will be produced. For training, you will, of course, apply sound instructional design, including definitions, descriptions, examples, demonstrations, and practice as needed, but the story itself will ...

Author: Rance Greene

Publisher: American Society for Training and Development

ISBN: 9781950496600

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 280

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Once Upon a Time, Storytelling Met Instructional Design From children to adults, everybody likes a good story. Stories are memorable, actionable, and emotional. We are constantly making sense of the world by forming stories, and that makes them perfect for instructional design. Instructional Story Design is a practical guide to writing and developing stories for training. It takes what you already know about a story’s power to connect with people and offers a clear methodology for the otherwise daunting process of creating a compelling story. Master story designer Rance Greene shares his powerful yet familiar process to discover, design, and deliver instructional stories. He presents the two essential elements that must be present to tell a story for training: relatable characters and strong conflict. These elements create a desire for resolution and grab learners’ attention. This book offers advice for unearthing the root of the performance problem, creating action lists for learners, and convincing stakeholders about the effectiveness of stories. Case studies from household companies such as Pizza Hut, Southwest Airlines, and PepsiCo show story design in action. Job aids and resources include an audience profile questionnaire, character description worksheet, storyboard template, and tips for developing stories using graphics, audio, and video. With this book, you’ll: • Sharpen your analysis skills to discover potential training stories. • Design relatable stories that concretely connect with learning objectives. • Easily develop captivating stories with tools you already own. • Plan your next steps to implement your instructional story.

Telling the Design Story

Ch 3 Story Design This chapter introduces the notion of both “stories” and “S”tories. All good presentations are “stories” and this chapter discusses how to generate story ideas involving the readers' point of view, their projects, ...

Author: Amy Huber

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781351849210

Category: Design

Page: 243

View: 660


When presenting projects in competitive design environments, how you say something is as important as what you’re actually saying. Projects are increasingly complex and designers are working from more sources, and many designers are familiar with the struggle to harness this information and craft a meaningful and engaging story from it. Telling the Design Story: Effective and Engaging Communication teaches designers to craft cohesive and innovative presentations through storytelling. From the various stages of the creative process to the nuts and bolts of writing for impact, speaking skills, and creating visuals, Amy Huber provides a comprehensive approach for designers creating presentations for clients. Including chapter by chapter exercises, project briefs, and forms, this is an essential resource for students and practicing designers alike.

Design of Structures to Resist the Effects of Atomic Weapons Single story Frame Buildings

In single - story frames this effect is small and is neglected in the preliminary design procedures , but it is ... Details peculiar to application of these methods to singlestory colum designs are explained below and illustrated in ...

Author: United States. Department of the Army


ISBN: MINN:31951D01457671F

Category: Building, Bombproof

Page: 229

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Design of Structures to Resist the Effects of Atomic Weapons Single story Frame Buildings

In single - story frames this effect is small and is neglected in the preliminary design procedures , but it is included in the ... Details peculiar to application of these methods to singlestory column designs are explained below and ...

Author: United States. Army. Corps of Engineers


ISBN: CORNELL:31924077820649

Category: Buildings

Page: 248

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Guidelines for Seismic Design and Construction of Single story Masonry Dwellings in Seismic Zone 2

ATC-3-4: The report, Redesign of Three Multistory Buildings: A Comparison Using ATC-3-06 and 1982 Uniform Building Code Design Provisions, was published under a grant from NSF. Available through the ATC office (112 pages) Abstract: This ...

Author: Applied Technology Council


ISBN: STANFORD:36105030640200

Category: Brick houses

Page: 49

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Grand Design

TheMeetingand Marriage ofJacob and Rachel from the Story ofJacob. Design attributed to Bernard van Orley, ca. 1529. Tapestry woven under the direction ofWillem de Kempeneer, Brussels, ca. 1535–40. Wool and silk, 13 ft. 93⁄4 in. × 26 ft.

Author: Elizabeth A. H. Cleland

Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art

ISBN: 9780300208054

Category: Art

Page: 416

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Pieter Coecke van Aelst (1502 – 1550) was renowned throughout Renaissance Europe as a draftsman, painter, and publisher of architectural treatises. The magnificent tapestries he designed were acquired by the wealthiest clients of the day, up to and including rulers such as Emperor Charles V, King Francis I of France, King Henry VIII of England, and Grand Duke Cosimo I de’ Medici of Tuscany. At the same time, Coecke was remarkable not only for the complexity and unparalleled quality of his tapestries, but also for his fluency in various media: this lavishly illustrated volume examines the full range of his work, from tapestry and stained-glass window designs to panel paintings, prints, drawings, and architectural treatises. Though only forty-eight when he died, Coecke was one of the greatest Netherlandish artists of the sixteenth century. His paintings and drawings, initially wrought in the style of the Antwerp Mannerists, evolved through his enthusiastic response to Italian Renaissance design, and influenced generations of artists in his wake. This comprehensive study explores Coecke’s stylistic development, as well as his substantial contribution to the body of great Renaissance art in Flanders. Featuring twenty monumental tapestries, along with many of their cartoons and preparatory sketches, plus seven paintings, additional drawings, and printed matter—many of them newly photographed for this volume—Grand Design provides a thorough reappraisal of Coecke’s work, amply justifying the high regard in which Coecke’s work was held and its wide dissemination long after his death.

Business Design Thinking and Doing

Stories follow a basic format also referred to as the hero's journey where a relatable hero begins their journey in a familiar ... Ask participants to explain their different designs, their functional attributes and celebrate the trials ...

Author: Angèle M. Beausoleil

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030864897

Category: Business planning


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This textbook aims to guide, instruct and inspire the next generation of innovation designers, managers and leaders. Building upon an evidence-based innovation development process, it introduces, explains and provides visual models and case examples of what Business Design is, how it is applied across sectors and organizations, and its impact on decision-making and value creation. Students will read and analyze design-led innovation business cases from across the globe, discover multi-disciplinary strategies (from marketing to anthropology) and practice applying a designer's toolkit to find, frame, and solve business problems in contemporary ways. Throughout the book, students will break down the process of innovation and move from initiation to implementation, engage in iterative feedback loops, and develop concrete plans for personal and professional collaboration and workplace application. For MBA and senior undergraduate students, this book offers a step-by-step and comprehensive reference guide to creative problem framing and solving -- inside and beyond the classroom. It integrates marketing principles and management frameworks, with anthropological and design methods reflecting the diverse and in-demand skills vital to tomorrow's workforce. For instructors, this book offers a way to confidently engage learners in the realm of design practices and strategies relevant to business decision-making. The pedagogical framework, along with a comprehensive suite of techniques and templates, offers both novice and experienced teachers a step-by-step reference guide that facilitates skills development in creative problem framing and solving. Angèle Beausoleil is Assistant Professor of Business Design and Innovation in the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, Canada. She is a 'pracademic' who teaches design methodologies for business innovation and leads research on organizational innovation process design, navigation and management. A former communications designer, senior strategist and innovation lab executive, she applies her extensive industry experience to crafting high impact student-centred learning experiences. At Rotman, Beausoleil is the Academic Director of the Business Design Initiative, an emerging education and research centre focused on design-led innovation leadership. She also teaches human-centred design, innovative leadership and creativity to executives, MBA and Commerce students.

Creating Data Stories with Tableau Public

Good journalism focuses on keeping stories simple, and you should use the same ethos with your stories. Just because you can do something doesn't mean that you should do it. It truly applies well to designing dashboards; less is more.

Author: Ashley Ohmann

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9781849694773

Category: Computers

Page: 218

View: 593


Illustrate your data in a more interactive and interesting way using Tableau Public About This Book Learn the basics of creating visualizations with Tableau using this concise reference book Understand how to join and aggregate your data sources using Tableau It is a step by step guide that uses examples to help you understand the key concepts and feature of Tableau Public Who This Book Is For This book is targeted at investigative journalists and bloggers with an interest in making rich and interactive data visualizations. Intermediate Tableau Public users and organizations can also use this book as a reference guide and teaching aid. Members of the media team, such as data specialists, web developers, editors, producers, and managers can also benefit from an understanding of the structure and challenges of writing an interactive and interesting data visualization using Tableau Public. What You Will Learn Connect to various data sources and understand what data is appropriate for Tableau Public Understand chart types and when to use specific chart types with different types of data Join and aggregate data for use in Tableau Public data stories Discover features of Tableau Public, from basic to advanced Involve calculations in Tableau Public Build geographic maps to bring context to data Create dashboards from one or more separate data visualizations Create filters and actions to allow greater interactivity to Tableau Public visualizations and dashboards Publish and embed Tableau visualizations and dashboards in articles In Detail Tableau Public is a very useful tool in anyone's data reporting toolbox that allows authors to add an interactive data element to any article. It allows investigative journalists and bloggers to tell a “data story”, allowing others to explore your data visualization. The relative ease of Tableau Public visualization creation allows data stories to be developed rapidly. It allows readers to explore data associations in multiple-sourced public data, and uses state-of-the-art dashboard and chart graphics to immerse the users in an interactive experience. This book offers investigative journalists, bloggers, and other data story tellers a rich discussion of visualization creation topics, features, and functions. This book allows data story tellers to quickly gain confidence in understanding and expanding their visualization-creation knowledge, and allows them to quickly create interesting, interactive data visualizations to bring a richness and vibrancy to complex articles. The book takes you from basic concepts in visualization creation, like connecting to data sources, cleansing data, chart types, common functions, map creation, and publishing to the Web, to more advanced functions. It is a great overview and reference guide for beginner to intermediate Tableau Public data story tellers, and covers creation of Tableau Public visualizations of varying complexities. Style and approach This book is a crisp, systematic, and tutorial-styled guide to building interactive Tableau visualizations.

Complete Guide to Digital Project Management

Iterative sprints are planned for 3-4 weeks and this phase consists of defining the user story. It includes designing, building, testing, and demoing the user stories. For instance, in Figure 6-3, you can execute a couple of sprints, ...

Author: Shailesh Kumar Shivakumar

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 9781484234174

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 486

View: 182


Get a 360-degree view of digital project management. Learn proven best practices from case studies and real-world scenarios. A variety of project management tools, templates, models, and frameworks are covered. This book provides an in-depth view of digital project management from initiation to execution to monitoring and maintenance. Covering end-to-end topics from pre-sales to post-production, the book explores project management from various dimensions. Each core concept is complemented by case studies and real-world scenarios. The Complete Guide to Digital Project Management provides valuable tools for your use such as: Frameworks: governance, quality, knowledge transfer, root cause analysis, digital product evaluation, digital consulting, estimation Templates: estimation, staffing, resource induction, RACI Models: governance, estimation, pricing, digital maturity continuous execution, earned value management and effort forecast Metrics: project management, quality What You’ll Learn Study best practices and failure scenarios in digital projects, including common challenges, recurring problem themes, and leading indicators of project failures Explore an in-depth discussion of topics related to project quality and project governance Understand Agile and Scrum practices for Agile execution See how to apply Quality Management in digital projects, including a quality strategy, a quality framework, achieving quality in various project phases, and quality best practices Be able to use proven metrics and KPIs to track, monitor, and measure project performance Discover upcoming trends and innovations in digital project management Read more than 20 real-world scenarios in digital project management with proven best practices to handle the scenarios, and a chapter on a digital transformation case study Who This Book Is For Software project managers, software program managers, account managers, software architects, lead developers, and digital enthusiasts