As the business landscape continues to change, companies need to become “learning organisations” that can rapidly adapt and take on new skills. To help build this capacity, many organisations have adopted the “70:20:10 rule” to help shape learning – but this isn’t enough.
The 70:20:10 model of learning has been adopted by many organisations as a framework to shape development, separating the 3 forms of learning: informal on-the-job experiences (70), learning from other people (20), and formal programmes (10). However, jumping into a commitment to 70:20:10 misses asking some important questions about what kind of learning your organisation needs.
Join Dr. Alison Maitland, Head of Product and Amy Aggleton, Product Development Lead, for an interactive webinar where they will confront the shortcomings of the 70:20:10 model, and identify alternate ways that we can create, in a thoughtful, systematic way, a structure to enable and support how leaders learn best. In this webinar, you will:
- Understand the origins, advantages, and shortcomings of the 70:20:10 model
- Explore how leaders learn best
- Learn practical tips on how to create sustainable learning and build a learning organisation