The 70-20-10 model is widely used in organizations across the world for implementing learning programs. In this blog, I will cover the model briefly and provide some thoughts on implementing it better for successful skilling of workforce.
What is the 70-20-10 Model All About?
The model 70-20-10 provides broad guidelines to organizations on providing learning support to learners in a variety of formats. The model is intended to be as an aid to create the right framework for performance.
Many organisations either over-train or under-train their employees. Using this model, which is a research-based model, organizations can train their employees in the right way.
The model states that 70 percent of learning happens due to the day-to-day experiences at the job. 20 percent happens through social interactions with colleagues and managers. 10 percent is through formal training method.