K2 Consulting Services provides support for organizations in the areas of Learning Management System (LMS) implementation and upgrade, LMS vendor selection, 21 CFR Part 11 system validation (particularly pharmaceutical implementation), and general Instructional design and program/product evaluation. K2 consultants have successfully completed a variety of projects over the past 15 years, including:
Pharmaceutical data system and operating procedure migration from Plateau to Saba (including system overview, computerized system validation plan, requirements specification and traceability matrix, validation risk assessment, design and configuration specification, system components management document development, installation qualification protocol and scripts, and test summary reporting)
Department of Defense LMS migration from legacy systems.
Data integration from commercial applications such as SAP and PeopleSoft.
Integrate and testing of COTS, AICC and SCORM content, including Perception, Evolution and SkillSoft.
Training needs-assessments, program development, implementation and return on investment measures for a number of clients
Computer-based professional development program design, including comprehensive assessment development
The principal K2 consultants include brothers Keith and Greg Sherman.
Keith Sherman, CEO
After earning a master's degree in Instructional Design and Technology, Keith worked as a program manager for Intelligent Internet Strategies. Keith followed this with a job as eLearning program manager for the Florida Department of Revenue. Keith also worked as a learning manager for the federal government division of SkillSoft, and most recently worked in consulting services for Saba Software for over 10 years.
Greg Sherman, Ph.D.
Greg has been an instructional technology professional for over twenty years. He earned a Ph.D. in the field of instructional design and evaluation from Arizona State University, and he has worked as a consultant for a number of professional and educational organizations. He has developed, implemented and evaluated training solutions for Motorola, Intel, Certified Medical Representatives, R.R. Donnelly Publishing, and the National Science Teachers Association. He has also designed and implemented graduate coursework in instructional design and evaluation for universities in Arizona, Kansas and Virginia.