The 70:20:10 Methodology – Part 2: Working Methodically With 70:20:10

Many occupations use methodologies specifying how they work, their resources they use, the expertise they need, and so on. Examples include doctors, lawyers, engineers, nurses, ICT specialists, and organizational development professionals. The Learning and Development profession can also benefit from such methodologies.

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The 70:20:10 Methodology – Part 1: Why Have Competency Models For Learning And Development?

Competency models and competency management play an important role in the world of Learning and Development. This is often based on the idea that there is a positive relationship between competencies and organizational results. Part1 of this series of articles is about the value and limitations of a competency model for L&D. These models are intended to describe the ‘what’ of work, which is valuable but also insufficient. The ‘how’ of Learning and Development is also important, and is described in a methodology. Part 2 focuses on the methods used in work, and part 3 on the 70:20:10 methodology.

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4 Business Models That Redefine L&D With 70:20:10

For many years, L&D (Learning and Development) has been trying to show the value of learning. It has modernized the services it provides, organised its distribution methods more smartly, and professionalized its measurement processes. But it is still not fully succeeding.

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Cracking The Code Of 70:20:10

70:20:10 appears to be the new gold standard for Learning and Development. However, it is creating its own jargon in which services are referred to as numbers: “Is this a 70 activity, a 20, or a 10+ activity?” It looks suspiciously like a code – so a key question is what is the code of 70:20:10? What do the numbers really signify? Is it a new service with business impact, or are we still stuck with the old 10 and 10+? It’s time to crack the code…

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7 Gold Standards Of Deliberate Practice: Why Max Verstappen Has No Talent

Is Max Verstappen a “born” Formula One driver? Does he have motor racing in his genes? According to psychologist Anders Ericsson, his success is the result not of innate talent, but years of “deliberate practice”. This theory has turned the talent industry on its head.

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70:20:10: Working = Learning At The Speed Of Performance

With training we are solving yesterday’s problems. In 21C, Learning and Development has to be prepared to deliver the right information at the right time, the right place in order to facilitate working and learning at the speed of performance.

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