One of the most popular terms used in L&D today is 70:20:10. Talk to almost any L&D leader and they will say it’s the foundation for their Learning Strategy. But, how useful is the 70:20:10 model in really helping you build a practical learning strategy and architecture? How do you move beyond the numbers and start to build a context-driven approach to performance development?
Based on Elearnity’s corporate research, David Perring will explore:
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URLs used in David Perring’s presentation:
Charles Jennings on YouTube for an awesome explanation of 70:20:10:
The 70:20:10 debate:
The Life of Brian
David McCandless on visualizing information:
Microsoft case study of connecting communities:
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There does not seem to be a PDF of the presentation.
Is there a link to the recorded webinar?