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The 70-20-10 Rule


What is 70-20-10 rule?
70-20-10 is a formula that describes how someone learns to do their job.

The formula, which was developed by Morgan McCall, Robert Eichinger and Michael Lombardo at the Center for Creative Leadership, proposes that on average, 70% of a person's learning at work is internal and experience-based, 20% comes from interacting with fellow employees and 10% is the result of formal training and reading.

In human resources, the 70-20-10 rule is often used to define the ideal balance for how to provide corporate learning and staff development opportunities. 70% of training should take place while on the job, 20% should be conducted informally through mentoring  programs and 10% should be conducted formally through training sessions. Although learning management systems (LMSes) have traditionally been used to deliver the 10% portion of the 70-20-10 formula, some systems can now support the 20% by providing employees with the ability to collaborate and the 70% by providing employees with learning opportunities when necessity demands it, a concept called just-in-time training.

What is LMSes?
A learning management system (LMSes) is a software application or Web-based technology used to plan, implement, and assess a specific learning process. Typically, a learning management system provides an instructor with a way to create and deliver content, monitor student participation, and assess student performance. A learning management system may also provide students with the ability to use interactive features such as threaded discussions, video conferencing, and discussion forums. The Advanced Distance Learning group, sponsored by the United States Department of Defense, has created a set of specifications called Shareable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) to encourage the standardization of learning management systems.

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