Deconstructing 70-20-10 for the 21st Century
- Critical Opportunities for Improvement
- Why It Matters
- Table of Contents
- Learn new, modern insights into the optimal balance between formal, social and on-the job learning, and how this balance is different among industries
- Receive guidance you can use to structure your training programs to meet the needs of your organization
- Receive insights on how the mixture of learning sources at your company relate to nuances that can alter the learning ratios for different types of employees, companies and countries.
- The origins of the 70-20-10 model.
- The updated balance among on-the-job, social and formal training.
- Nuances that can alter the learning ratios for different types of employees, companies and countries.
- How the model relates to strategic L&D efforts.
Critical Opportunities for Improvement
The 70-20-10 model for learning and development (L&D) is commonly used within the training profession as a general guideline for organizations seeking to maximize effectiveness and balance resources and effort. This report seeks to update the concept to the present day from its inception over 30 years ago, by evaluating data on how they learn at work. Leverage this report based on 1,569 working professionals to:
Training Industry’s 2018 research report, “Deconstructing 70-20-10,” gathered responses from 1,569 working professionals representing a wide cross-section of industries and employee levels from companies around the world.
Why It Matters
The findings from this report will give you insights on how the mixture of learning sources at your company relate to:
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