How to make sure your 70:20:10 model is successful

The 70:20:10 model is not easy to transform into reality.  Learning and development people are often unsure about where to start with the model. Sprout Labs has put together the  Learning While Working Framework to help guide the design and implementation of 70:20:10 learning models. The 1st stage of the Sprout Labs Learning While Working Framework is understanding. This stage is a mixture of understanding the business problem, understanding the learners, and understanding the context.  The understanding stage of project is the bedrock that makes sure your 70:20:10 model is successful.

This interactive webinar will explore:

  • why this understanding phase is important for the success for 70:20:10

  • what are the best projects to work on when get started with a 70:20:10 model

  • how the understanding phase can be used to engage stakeholders

  • how techniques from design thinking and lean manufacturing can be used in learning

  • the use of learner and stakeholder personas.

The format of webinars is a mixture of presentations and interactions. Expect to spend the session brainstorming and learning from your peers.  Because of this we don’t record the live session but if you are not able to attend we will send you a recording and the resources afterwards.


Wednesday 6 April 2016.

Time: 12.30pm – 1.30pm AEDT (Melbourne time).

About the facilitator

Robin Petterd

Robin is the founder of Sprout Labs, a leading provider of digital learning design to organisations who focus on complex products and services in industries such as health care, government, pharmaceutical, finance, engineering and information technology, media and professional services. Sprout Labs’ learning programs help individuals to develop the expertise to make complex decisions. Robin has a PhD in creative interactive digital media and is an expert on employing the 70:20:10 learning model to maximise learning effectiveness in organisations.

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