Monday, March 31, 2008

Facilitating Organizational Change

Oooooo! And I forgot to mention in my earlier post - there's also a Facilitating Organizational Change area of expertise that work product can be submitted for.

To meet the CPLP requirements, you must have a project where you helped an organization design and implement a change.

You will need to submit a change initiative project report, including:
  • Documentation of initial contact or presenting issue
  • Assessment/analysis
  • Proposal, plan, or statement of work
  • Facilitated action
  • Results and measurement

AND I forgot to mention (Drrrr!) that Improving Human Performance is also weighted at 15% of the CPLP Knowledge-based Exam.

Facilitating Organizational Change is weighted at 12%.

Let me flip this around...

This means that folks who are instructional designers by trade MUST demonstrate a level of knowledge and application of HPI and OD terms, tools, and techniques in order to master the CPLP Knowledge-based exam and move on to the Work Product submission.

So not only do all CPLP candidates need to know a little something about the ADDIE model, but all candidates must also be familiar with Kurt Lewin, John Kotter, and Kaoru Ishikawa - among many many other things!

~ Trish Uhl, PMP, CPLP
Owl's Ledge LLC

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