SyberWorks e-Learning Podcasts: Episode #13 Lean ISD, Part (1)

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SyberWorks, Inc., a leader in custom e-Learning Solutions and the Learning Management System industry, today announces the next episode in their e-Learning Podcast Series: "Lean ISD, Part (1)."

SyberWorks, Inc., a leader in custom e-Learning Solutions and the Learning Management System industry, today announces the next episode in their e-Learning Podcast Series: "Lean ISD, Part (1)."

Dave Boggs, CEO of SyberWorks, states, "We are taking a break from our series with Mark Bower from Edge Interactive, Inc. about the business of Learning Management, and starting a short, two-part miniseries on Lean ISD. The miniseries will consist of interviews with Guy Wallace, a Certified Performance Technologist and President of EPPIC, Inc. (an Instructional Design and Performance Improvement consulting firm in North Carolina). In the first episode, he will define Lean ISD and look at the curriculum architect design that supports it."

Boggs continues, "Guy's approach to formulating development is focused on organizational performance outputs and deliverables. His approach seems highly cost-effective, because it can reduce the probability of creating an online course or training program that will become obsolete in a short period of time." Mary Kay Lofurno, Director of Marketing at SyberWorks, narrates the series.

SyberWorks e-Learning Podcast Series: Episode #13 "Lean ISD, Part (1)" http://www.syberworks.com/audio/guy_wallace.mp3 along with the transcript is located in the SyberWorks Online Media Center in the About Us section of the SyberWorks web site.

About SyberWorks

SyberWorks, Inc. (http://www.syberworks.com) is a leader in the custom e-Learning Solutions and Learning Management System industries for Fortune 1000 corporations, higher education, and other organizations. Located in Waltham, Massachusetts, the company serves the multi-billion-dollar e-Learning market. Since 1995, SyberWorks has developed and delivered unique and economical solutions to create, manage, measure, and improve e-Learning programs at companies and organizations in the United States, Canada, Europe, and other countries.

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