Based on the OSF ratio, L&D organizations should continue to ground their training on experiences, optimizing on-the-job learning for each employee. That said, each source of learning interacts with the other.
This new research explores an updated perspective on 70-20-10 and presents an updated balance in Training Industry’s 55-25-20 model.
New research by Training Industry, Inc. explores the 70-20-10 model for learning and development (L&D). The findings are published in the research report “Deconstructing 70-20-10,” which was released today.
Recently, I published a blog post talking about how 70-20-10 can be interpreted as an OSF ratio. In this post, I want to talk a little bit about why we decided to start poking the idea of 70-20-10 with a stick.
Our research showed that there are companies where 70-20-10 is the right mix – but such companies are not the average. Instead, there are a range of mixtures for learning sources.
In the third episode of "The Business of Learning," Tom Whelan, Ph.D., shares Training Industry's revision of the 70-20-10 model.