Training plan – communication, collaboration and methods.
Submit a written report in which you discuss how you will approach training the Mobile Division management team and communicating the new guidelines to existing employees. Refer to the case study (Bold Flash: Cross-Functional Challenges in the Mobile Division) and the artifact documents (located in the Assignment Guidelines and Rubrics folder in Blackboard) for this and all other milestones related to the final project. Specifically the following critical elements must be addressed:
Training Plan: Communication Determine the communication strategies you will incorporate in all areas of focus, and describe why. Discuss how these communication strategies are appropriate for those individuals to whom your training is directed. Provide evidence to support your conclusions.
Training Plan: Collaboration Discuss the collaboration strategies you incorporate in communicating with all areas of focus. Determine the collaborative structure and strategies that will help the various managers and directors throughout and after their training experiences. Why are these appropriate? Who will be collaborating? Provide evidence to support your conclusions.
Training Plan: Method(s) Determine the training method(s) you will use (how you will share your training with trainees and other stakeholders) in your chosen area of focus. Your method must be appropriate for the audience to which you want to communicate. Justify your choice(s) of methods with research.
Specific Guidelines Identify the key steps of your framework for creating successful communications in your chosen area of focus. Keep in mind the various audiences that need the information. Remember that your guidelines need to be detailed for the management team to follow, clear for your colleagues to understand, and accurate to ensure that the resulting communications are successful.
Discuss how you will approach training the Mobile Division management team and communicating the new guidelines for communication to them.
Rubric Guidelines for Submission: Your written submission must follow these formatting guidelines: double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, and SPA-style citations. You should include four to six references. Page length requirements: 6–8 pages, not including cover page and reference page