70-20-10 Model

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How To Use 70:20:10 Model For eLearning Solutions

How To Use 70:20:10 Model For eLearning Solutions

What is 70:20:10? According to Morgan McCall, Lombardo, and Eichinger who are credited with developing the idea back in 1996, it comes from how we learn. “Lessons learned by successful and effective managers are roughly: 70% from challenging assignments, 20% from developmental relationships, and 10% from coursework and training.” The number that hopefully jumped straight out at you was the 10%.

Balancing Mentorship And eLearning In A Digital Age

Balancing Mentorship And eLearning In A Digital Age

Have you ever started a new job and felt like you were just thrown into the deep end to either sink or swim? If so, you aren’t alone. Here, we’ll take a look at the problems facing those in the process of acclimating, before examining one of the best ways to help these newcomers: Balancing mentorship and eLearning.

eLearning Modules Are Dead... They Just Don't Know It.

eLearning Modules Are Dead... They Just Don't Know It.

When talking about technology and learning, it’s hard not to think about eLearning modules. They’ve been the bread and butter of digital learning solutions for decades, and the industry behind them has helped many, including myself, feed our families. So I take no joy in predicting that eLearning modules will inevitably be murdered.

How The 70:20:10 Model Can Takeoff

How The 70:20:10 Model Can Takeoff

The 70:20:10 model has a growing fan-base, but Learning and Development Departments will still need to have more concrete evidence for the value of the 70:20:10 model and how it will add value to the company as a whole, so as to be a worthwhile financial investment. A lack of empirical data supporting the 70:20:10 model as well as a lack of concrete certainty about its origin, impact on its uptake which is why traditional learning still stands its ground. Well, at least for the time being.

A Culture of Empowerment: Beat the 70:20:10 Problem and Secure ROI

A Culture of Empowerment: Beat the 70:20:10 Problem and Secure ROI

You’ll have heard about the 70:20:10 problem by now. It’s a theory about the way in which we learn: only 10% of our knowledge comes from formal training, while 20% comes from observing others and a whopping 70% occurs when we roll up our sleeves at work and get stuck in. Up until now, organizations have failed to secure ROI on their training spend as they have been focusing on formal training and haven’t been cultivating a culture of empowerment to tackle the remaining 90%…

The 70-20-10 Model - Today, Tomorrow and Beyond

The 70-20-10 Model - Today, Tomorrow and Beyond

This is part of an exclusive interview that Charles Jennings gave to Learnnovators. In this interview, Charles shares his insights on the significance of the 70:20:10 Model for organizational development in today’s world. He also shares his advice to learning designers on the techniques to scale up to meet the challenges of designing learning interventions for this informal and social learning age. Equally valuable is his advice to Chief Learning Officers (CLOs) who wish to implement the 70:20:10 Model in their organizations. Charles’ foresights on the future of organizational learning are truly thought provoking. Read on…