To be successful with 70:20:10, organizations need to review their level of readiness and plan accordingly
Many organizations around the world are investing time and effort to redesign their learning and development strategy and practices using 70:20:10 principles. Although the 70:20:10 model is on the surface a simple one, it carries with it significant change implications. Organizations implementing 70:20:10 need to think about, and review, their level of readiness if they are to be successful.
Written by 70:20:10 expert Charles Jennings, this white paper is the first of three focused on successful 70:20:10 implementation and includes the following:
- Brief overview of the 70:20:10 model
- Detailed discussion of factors such as organizational culture, executive support, manager attitudes, L&D capability, technical infrastructure, etc. that play a part in successful adoption of the 70:20:10 framework
- An organizational readiness checklist you can use to determine the areas you may need to focus on, and where potential obstacles may occur