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EDOD 675 - Design, Develop, Implement Workplace Learning

  • 3 credits

This course covers the basic theories of instructional design and adult learning, as well as the process of designing workplace learning interventions. You will examine and learn to apply instructional design principles, and critique and implement materials and facilitation skills.


Admission to the Organizational Learning, Performance and Change specialization or written consent of instructor.

Textbooks and Materials

Section 801


  • Analysis for Improving Performance: Tools Diagnosing Organizations/Documenting Workplace Expertise, 2nd Ed. (2007)
    Swanson, R.A.
  • Hands-on Training: A Simple Method for On-the-Job Training (2001)
    Sisson, G.R., San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler

Textbooks and materials can be purchased at the CSU Bookstore unless otherwise indicated.

E-Book is available via CSU Libraries for Analysis for Improving Performance: Tools for Diagnosing Organization & Documenting Workplace Expertise.


Dae Seok Chai

An assistant professor in the Organizational Learning, Performance, and Change (OLPC) Program, Dr. Dae Seok Chai (Ph.D., G.P.H.R) teaches courses in change leadership, organizational culture and globalization, and the neuroscience of change leadership. Before his doctoral journey at Texas A&M University, Dr. Chai designed and delivered various training programs on change management, cultural diversity, global talent development, and leadership for a large Korean conglomerate. During his doctoral studies, as a subject matter expert and training designer, he consulted with Hyundai Automobile and the Korean Ministry of Employment and Labor developing several hybrid training programs. Dr. Chai received a B.S.Ed. in Business Education from the University of Georgia, a M.Ed. in Human Resource Development (HRD) from the University of Minnesota, and a Ph.D. in HRD from Texas A&M University.

During his academic training, he was awarded several certificates: (a) Advanced Research Methods, (b) Global Professional in Human Resources, (c) College Teaching, (d) Adult Education, and (e) Georgia Educator Certificate. Dr. Chai has three research interests: expatriate effectiveness, organization change and development in an international context, and leadership in diverse cultural contexts. Within these interests, Dr. Chai has been a proactive and passionate researcher with a record of six co-authored refereed journal articles, two book chapters, and 16 peer-reviewed conference proceedings. The quality of his research was recognized by the Academy of Human Resource Development through its Cutting Edge Award. Dr. Chai is a member of the Academy of Human Resource Development where he chairs the conference’s International, Global and Cross Cultural Issues Track, and the Academy of Management where he serves as a reviewer.