70:20:10 Expert Programme

We facilitated the 70:20:10 Expert Programme. The programme consists of two face to face accelerator meetings (also possible to do online) and online coaching whenever needed. We also made online tools available that are derived from the book 70:20:10 Methodology. Key success factor of the programme is the participants conducting their own real live project.

Cracking the code: 10+ or 70:20:10?

author: Jos Arets 70:20:10 appears to be the new gold standard for HR and L&D . It is creating its own jargon in which services are referred to as numbers: is this a 70 activity, a 20 or a 10+? It looks suspiciously like a code – so the key question is what is the…

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 alsult not of innate talent, but years of ‘deliberate practice’. This theory has turned the talent industry on its head. Excess capacity It’s not just Verstappen. Many people believe that…

New roles for L&D: the reality of 70:20:10

A great deal has been written about the 70:20:10 model recently.  Some of it suggests the authors understand what the model is about.  A great deal suggests otherwise. If you and your organisation are planning to use this approach to help improve the way you build and support a high-performing workforce, it’s important that you…

70:20:10: the positive business case

Learning professionals can use 70:20:10 to expand their range of services, create a positive business case and gain an automatic place at the management table. It sounds too good to be true but if you implement 70:20:10 correctly it’s possible. Don’t confuse training with learning in organisations Organisations thrive or fail depending on their ability…

The 70:20:10 expert as business partner

The 70:20:10 expert as business partner Is L&D (Learning and Development) prepared for future challenges? Can we really afford to continue with twentieth-century roles, tasks and services when the world around us is changing so much? It’s time for L&D professionals to change too, so that instead of acting as training advisors they add value…