Noddlepod inviterer til Gratis Interaktiv workshop med en av verdens ledende eksperter på 70:20:10 modellen: 

Charles Jennings 


Charles' BLOG

 


Tema:  Hvordan utvikle lederskap skodd for fremtiden
Sted:   Sentralen, Skippergata 22, Oslo
Når:    3. september kl. 12-16


GRATIS - MELD DEG PÅ  - LENKE

Bli med for faglig påfyll, kunnskapsdeling og nettverksbygging!  Spørsmål om arrangementet rettes Olaug Nørsterud Gardener, 
olaug@noddlepod.com@olliegardener.  Noddlepod er et nettbasert verktøy for kollegalæring og praksisfelleskap som støtter 70:20:10 modellen. Charles Jennings er styreleder.  


Om Charles Jennings
Charles is one of the world's leading experts on building and implementing 70:20:10 learning strategies. 70:20:10 is based on observations that high performing individuals and organisations build most of their capability by learning within the workflow. Also called the '3Es approach' - Experience: Exposure: Education. He has consulted on, and led, learning and performance improvement projects for multinational corporations and government agencies for more than 30 years.
Career includes roles as:
- Chief Learning Officer at Reuters and Thomson Reuters with responsibility for the learning strategy for 55,000 employees across the globe.
- Consultant with global companies working at the forefront of the 'new learning and performance' world.
- Director of strategic technology for the transactions division of Dow Jones Markets where he had responsibility for directing projects in Internet-based learning/training and performance support. 
- Academic posts:
Professor at Southampton Business School (UK)
Director of CECOMM (The UK National Centre for Network-Based Learning)
He has been a keynote and invited speaker at many international events, including three Gulf Economic Forum conferences attended by high-level government and business officials, many Heads of State, Presidents and Prime Ministers.
Specialities: 'Working Smarter', 70:20:10 Strategies, Workplace Learning, Human Performance & Productivity, Learning & Development Strategy and Operations, 'Informal' Learning, Learning Technologies, Social Learning, Performance Support (ePSS) and Business Process Guidance.


 

70:20:10 is a model that describes the way adults in work generally learn.

So why use the numbers, then?

 

 

The numbers are a useful reminder that the majority of learning occurs through experience and practice within the workflow (the ‘70’), through sharing and supporting others, conversations and networks (the ‘20’),  and that a smaller amount of overall learning occurs through structured training and development activities (the ‘10’).

70:20:10 is not a recipe to be used slavishly. The numbers are a simple framework to drive change and help people focus beyond structured learning interventions to where most of the learning happens (in the ‘20’ and ‘70’).

I wrote about ‘the numbers’ on this blog back in June 2012. What I said there still holds.

Every organisation that uses the 70:20:10 framework will have individual needs and contexts.  The way they support learning and development will be particular to them. If you’re in a high compliance environment it’s likely that your people will be required to spend more time on structured training (whether this has an impact or not is another issue altogether). If you’re working in a highly innovative and creative environment it’s likely your learning and development will be skewed more towards the social and experiential types of development. So the ratios describing how people learn in a large compliance-driven organisation are likely to be different from an agile start-up. How we support learning and building high performance should reflect these differences.

So if you’re supporting effective learning and development in a high compliance context, then you’ll need to be aware that the ‘best’ ratio for your organisation and the individuals will be skewed by regulatory needs. If you’re supporting effective leaning and development in an environment where agility and innovation are at a premium then you’d better be prepared to support higher levels of collaborative and ‘trial-and-error’ learning – in the ‘70’ and ‘20’ zones.