How much time it takes
Who should be there
What will be achieved
We have a purpose, and some rules for the road
Leveraging a meeting map and a few other helpful tools of the trade, our five-fold intent by conducting this experience is to…
LX mapping creates clarity
But don’t take our word for it. Here’s what our cojourners have to say about the experience in their own words.
Equip yourself for the trip
We want you to feel productively prepared for this experience. To equip yourself prior to our LX mapping, follow these helpful steps.
Schedule your LX mapping
In the initial Trailhead meeting, your dedicated customer guide will schedule an initial LX mapping. It should be held within two weeks after kickoff.
Help everyone prepare
Though you don’t need to know all the answers before we meet, the more questions you can respond to in your preparation survey, the readier we’ll be.
Come ready to engage
This is the beginning of a co-creation process. We’re inviting everyone into the design process, not just select experts, so be ready to engage fully.
Enjoy the map
After this collaborative experience, you’ll walk away with a clear plan and initial outline for the training you will deliver.
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Frequently asked questions
Yes, this is a paid experience. However, if you have already purchased our learning experience design services, one session will be included free of charge.
It’s important to us that all the right people participate in the LX mapping. At a minimum, that should include your training project manager and any subject matter experts who might be involved in contributing to the training content. Typically, we expect anywhere between two and five people from your team, and you can expect two to three from our side.
We will have defined your goals by the time this experience happens in your initial Point A, and we will have confirmed those in your Trailhead.
Three important steps happen right after this experience. First, you get a deliverable that you can use on your side to further communicate your training architecture and with your team. Second, you’ll receive a survey from us asking about how we can improve this experience—we’re still learning. Third, and most importantly, we will schedule your first course review, marking the date that you can expect to experience your initial training.
The list of content expectations we have of customers who have purchased our learning experience design (LXD) services is fairly minimal. But it is important that we receive everything in our content expectations checklist to be able to move forward, fast.
While each learning experience design (LXD) plan and timeline may vary slightly by customer and engagement, you can always hold us to our standard turnaround times as detailed in our LXD service level agreements (SLAs).
No problem, just reach out to your dedicated customer guide. If you haven’t yet partnered with Journeyage, talk with one of our Wayfinders to get you started. We can’t wait to explore the possibilities—and your questions—with you.