Keeping position expectations current in the Learning Field is challenging, especially as positions require Instructional Designers to be specialists as well as jack-of-all trades. Often that challenge is met with Human Resources' strict systems for addressing position expectations and challenges you with finding the right new hire candidate and making sure attitudes on your team stay positive and away from the old line, “that’s not my job.” In this session we will discuss the transformation of the Jetblue University Learning Solutions team’s transition and ongoing growth toward a role based environment by sharing the process used, supporting data and documentation.
We will review data, process and lessons learned to:
*Identify roles that are relevant to your learning organization’s demands and the industry standards
*Calibrate the skill based position human resources requires with the needs of your work groups
*Continue the discussion within the current team to grow roles rather than skills.
*Gain an understanding of why role based positions help position a team for growth
*Learn ideas to brain storm roles needed within your organization as well as learning industry roles
*Compare a traditional skill based position exceptions with role-based descriptions
*Generate ideas as a group for ways to encourage role-based thinking within your existing team, without changing structure
*Lessons learned at JetBlue University
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