New Perspectives on 70:20:10 - 2nd Edition

The 70:20:10 model is one of the most discussed L&D frameworks throughout the Learning industry. This model of workplace learning has captured the attention of many and made its impact on learners throughout the world. Updated for 2016; In this second edition of our New Perspectives on the 70:20:10 report the aim is to discuss some of the main challenges L&D professionals may face when putting this theory in to practice.

New Perspectives on 70:20:10 - 2nd Edition

This report takes in to consideration the views of leading L&D thinkers regarding this topic.

Featuring Charles Jennings, Nigel Paine, Clive Shepherd, Janr Hart, Harold Jarche and Ger Driesen in addition to our own insights and critical analysis.

In this report, we seek to: 

  • Provide the reader with an overview of 70:20:10, its benefits and main criticisms
  • Offer tips and guidance on how to effectively apply the model in the workplace
  • Explore a correlation between specific approaches to this and greater success

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