Learning Culture: A framework and ambition for L&D

We often think about learning in terms of alternative or opposites: formal vs informal, in-class vs digital… But all these ways of learning actually co-exist and complement each other. And the glue that holds everything together might well be the organization’s own Learning Culture.

Different learning moments: not so different after all

The glory days of the 70-20-10 model are over. The model which seemed to make sense at some point is now heavily challenged. So, what is the problem?

First, the model makes it seem like there is a clear division between three types of unconnected events: on-the-job learning, learning from peers and learning from formal training. But learning is precisely about the strong ties that all these moments hold together: how you apply what you have learned during training in your professional context with the help of your colleagues.

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