eBook Release: How To Boost Employee Performance Through Just-In-Time Learning And Performance Support Tools

All of us learn from different sources ranging from structured or Formal Training to learning by watching others or taking specific help from colleagues. The biggest learning certainly is on the job (often through challenges that we face and overcome). While the exact ratio of the approach that offers the most effective training is debatable, a good index to map the various options is through the 70:20:10 model for Learning and Development. This popular model is used extensively by organizations and it postulates that we learn 70 percent from on the job experiences (experiential learning), 20 percent from interactions with others (Social Learning), and only 10 percent from Formal Learning (structured learning). But what do we do with this data?

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