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October 17, 2012 Keywords:
Towards Maturity Benchmarks over recent years have clearly shown that top learning departments, who are delivering the most value for money and business improvement, are more likely to be embracing new models of learning delivery. They are looking for ways to encourage learning away from 'the course' and into the workplace. One of the models that organisaitons are using to support this transition is the 70:20:10 framework.
Organisations across the world are adopting this framework to improve employee performance, output, reduce costs and ‘time to competence’. 70:20:10 is not about numbers or fixed ratios. It is a simple and extremely helpful approach for change to re-focus workforce learning onto where most of it
already happens – in the workplace.
70:20:10 is proving helpful especially in supporting learning professionals and their organisations to focus on workplace learning and develop a clear strategy for exploit informal and social learning approaches.
The framework helps organisations and their leaders achieve these objectives through focusing on increasing learning effectiveness, improving learning efficiency and making better use of development pportunities for all employees.
Watch a short video about the 70:20:10 framework here.
Charles Jennings , from the 70:20:10 forum and Duntroon Associates is one of Towards Maturity's Supporters , providing independent expertise to help shape the benchmark study over the years.
Join Charles on the 28th of November for a half day workshopThis ½ day workshop will provide participants with a unique opportunity to gain a better understanding of the 70:20:10 framework, map it to their own needs, and to build a plan for action. Practical tools and approaches that support leader-led learning and informal and social learning will be provided.
This workshop will be part of the pre-conference event for ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN spaces are limited but you can register here.