Applying the 70:20:10 Model in Learning and Development
When you are at work and have a task that is completely new, what do you do? Do you attempt your own research? Maybe you ask the co-worker sitting next to you for advice? According to the 70:20:10 model, we know exactly how the majority of learning and development in the workplace is made up.These trends will not only lead to the end of the LMS in a few years’ time but will also change...
70:20:10 challenges, come in all shapes and sizes but within the 70:20:10 framework, curation is one of the quickest ways to share knowledge. However, most curated content does not qualify as knowledge sharing. Here is how to turn content curation into knowledge sharing.These trends will not only lead to the end of the LMS in a few years’ time but will also change...Read more
Did you know a similar 70-20-10 rule applies to creating user-generated learning content? Ask the learning managers currently using Easygenerator at some of the world’s leading companies and they’ll tell you: the vast majority of employees (up to 70 percent) prefer to passively consume knowledge without actively contributing to the shared knowledge base. Others (about 20 percent) just need a little push and then they’re happy to contribute. Then there are those precious few individuals (about 10 percent) who thrive when they’re actively contributing their knowledge to benefit others.These trends will not only lead to the end of the LMS in a few years’ time but will also change...Read more
70-20-10 approach is the topic I have discussed with numerous learning managers. What they all have in common is they all see a real need to transition from a top-down approach in knowledge management to a user-centric approach. I found that there are three different kinds of reasons for them to implement user-generated learning.These trends will not only lead to the end of the LMS in a few years’ time but will also change...Read more
Implementing the 70-20-10 model of learning inside your organization is a great way to increase knowledge and achieve better results, but it can be a big challenge at first. Specifically, getting your team to actively contribute to user-generated learning might require a major cultural shift. Here are a few practical tips for getting your user-generated learning operation off to a running start.Read more
In business, there are two variants of the 702010 model – managing innovation and education. As a learning and development tool, it was Morgan McCall and a handful of colleagues who first introduced the 702010 model. After asking 200 people in high positions within their job how they learned, the following results were seen;Read more
The 70:20:10 learning model has gained much attention over the years and now many huge businesses look to encourage it every day. Essentially, the model says that the majority of learning and development occurs on the job whilst a small percentage comes from mentoring and collaboration with colleagues. Finally, the smallest amount is from formal training and this makes sense as it is where they spend the least amount of time. However, where is the supporting evidence?Read more