70:20:10 Guide: Provide Structure to the 70%

What is 70:20:10? Most L&D professionals will describe this model or framework as: 70% of Learning is Experiential Learning: people learn and develop on the job through day to day tasks, challenges and practice 20% of Learning is Social Learning: people learn and develop through coaching, mentoring and interaction with peers 10% of Learning is Formal Learning: people learn and develop through structured events, which includes on-line courses and programs This is a learning mix. In a recent Performance Support social networking chat session, Charles Jennings, generally considered one of the 70:20:10 thought leaders, explains 70:20:10 is a framework. It “forces us into a mindset of extending learning solutions beyond classes and courses and out into the workflow. It creates great opportunities to leverage work for learning and to bring learning closer to work. As the workflow is where the majority of learning happens, re-focusing there is not only a sensible approach, but it’s an effective one as well.” He goes on to explain:

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