Once all of the initial design, planning, pilot testing, adjustments, and other preparations have been made, the intervention is ready to be implemented and disseminated to the organization and intended audience. Once a vision of change that aligns learning and performance goals with organizational goals is established, plans for deploying the intervention are created. From here, it is launch time and the implementation plans are executed and the intervention is disseminated. Especially early on, deployment efforts are carefully monitored under the watchful eye of the instructional designer and other key partners to ensure everything is on track and going smoothly. If and when adjustments to the deployment efforts are needed, they are identified and made accordingly so that desired goals are achieved efficiently and effectively.
According to The Standards (Koszalka, Russ-Eft, and Reiser 2013), “This competency is considered to be advanced, and the performance statements are rated as being managerial or advanced” (61). The seven performance statements defined by Koszalka, Russ-Eft, and Reiser (2013, 61) are shown below: