Task analysis is a representation of exemplary performance. IDs use task analysis to create performance-based training, job aids, and other performance improvement solutions. Working with subject-matter experts (SMEs) can be hard. Working on virtual teams to wrangle SMEs at a distance can be even harder.
During their time with us, Bridget and Angelique will:
- Describe how they got into the performance improvement business.
- Share how they conduct virtual task analysis in their work with Anthem, Inc. (an independent licensee of Blue Cross Blue Shield health insurance plans).
- Share their tips about how to work with SMEs in a virtual environment.
- Answer your questions.
Bridget Bryson, M.Ed.
Director, Learning Content Development
Bridget leads overall strategy for design, development, and implementation of performance-based learning content delivered through classroom, virtual classroom, and blended learning modalities, as well as job-specific documentation leveraged by front line associates. She brings thought leadership and experience in implementing forward-thinking design models, including Rapid Instructional Design model.
Bridget has over 15 training management experience in multiple industries including: Health insurance, consulting, telecommunications, and higher education. Bryson has built expertise with strategic planning, resource planning, training curriculum management, instructional design, blended learning, and evaluation and reporting. She is a highly collaborative communicator.
Bridget lives in Denver, CO with her cat, Sabrina. She enjoys spending time in the mountains, hiking and skiing. She recently completed her goal of summiting Colorado’s 58 highest peaks (“14ers”) and Kenya’s famed Mt. Kilimanjaro.
Angelique M. Nasah, Ph.D.
Lead Instructional Designer
Angelique is an experienced instructional systems design project manager with 20 years of experience in the education and training sectors. Angelique has led large-scale content development programs at the enterprise and department levels where blended content delivery solutions are required. Angelique is an inclusive project leader, ensuring all stakeholder groups are involved in project work.
Angelique is well versed in instructional design methods such as Backward Design, Rapid, Design, and ADDIE-based Design. In addition, Angelique has led development teams through Quality Review program design and implementation as well as implementation of web-based Instructional Design project management tools.
Angelique is interested in conducting practical research studies where the focus is reducing cognitive load in adult learners while building expertise within a job function. She loves to cook, read, and practice yoga while spending time with her husband and their two girls.