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Introduction to 70-20-10

By: Charles Jennings I Publisher: Fusion Universal I Published: 2011 I Resource Added: 2013

 

In a video for anyone seeking to learn about the 70-20-10 model, the author describes the idea that 70 percent of learning happens through on-the-job-experience, 20 percent happens through discussions with and feedback from others, and 10 percent through structured courses, trainings, and formal programs. It provides examples of the types of activities that fall within each of the development categories and describes the role of managers in the development process. Though the examples are corporate, they have been successfully applied by nonprofits. The 70-20-10 model has implications for several talent functions including, on the AchieveMission Strategic Human Capital Management Framework: Leadership and Professional Development, Succession Management, and Career Development.