Just-In-Time Training Webinar with Aaron Murray Ken Cook Co

Just-in-Time (JIT) is a manufacturing methodology aimed primarily at reducing times within the production system as well as response times from suppliers and to customers. These same principles of driving efficiency and reducing response times can be applied to training.

Why not change the mindset of how digital training is delivered so you can provide the right content to the learner, when they need it, just in time. A mobile-first strategy in training delivery allows for online, self-paced training. But digital training extends beyond just making content available online. In this session, we will uncover the instructional design, adult learning theory, and SAAS, subscription-based mentality for developing and delivering Just-In-Time training.

About the Visiting Dojo Master

Aaron MurrayAaron Murray. As Director of Customer Engagement and Training at Ken Cook Co., Aaron orchestrates the development and implementation of training solutions for marine, automotive and manufacturing clients, including Bobcat Company, Volvo Cars, Genie® – Terex Corporation and BoatU.S. He has also managed the development of content-rich training documentation for Yamaha Motors. His motto is: “Never build bad training.” Aaron knows that the one-size-fits-all “checkbox training” that’s typically delivered on PowerPoint® slides is what gives e-learning a bad rap. Aaron believes in delivering custom, interactive and engaging training that considers the view of the user. He has spent his time at Ken Cook Co. assembling and directing a creative team of developers, instructional designers, content writers and graphic designers to build living educational ecosystems that truly adapt to the ever-changing needs of learners and that evolve along with the content.

Aaron has 20 years of experience supporting and implementing software systems and is well known in the industry for his work in customer engagement and digital media. Previously he implemented training for such companies as Apple and Crocs, Inc. and for the small start-up Envisiontel. He also started Dividedby9, a consulting company that trained staff at various businesses to provide premium customer service. Aaron has implemented Learning Management Systems (LMS) in 29 countries and 9 different languages and has supported clients in China, Japan, Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Indonesia and the United States of America (USA).

Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/theguyinthehat/

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Recorded: 25 January 2021

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