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The ‘Guide’ tab provides tools aligned with each stage of the implementation journey to help you get started on key tasks. Or you can simply explore the full toolkit using the ‘Index’ tab and filtering options to find the resources that best suit your needs.

Where are you on your 70:20:10 implementation journey?







Considering: You’re exploring the 70:20:10 framework, building a deeper understanding of the model and considering its value to help you respond to your organisation’s key drivers and specific challenges.

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These selected Toolkit resources will help you to explore the framework and develop a deeper understanding of 70:20:10:

'70:20:10 Framework Explained' publication

'From Strategy to Action' paper

70:20:10 Background - The Center for Creative Leadership

70:20:10 Background and Early Research

70:20:10 Learning Approaches

Five Characteristics of High Performing People

Working Smarter Using Informal Learning and the 70:20:10 Framework

Explaining The 70:20:10 Numbers

Practical Examples of the 70, 20 & 10

A Practical 10 Point Approach to Implementing 70:20:10

The 10 Point Approach to Implementing 70:20:10 Learning Strategy

Essential Facts - the '10' in 70:20:10

Essential Facts - the '20' in 70:20:10

Essential Facts - the '70' in 70:20:10

Ten 70:20:10 FAQs

Explore common drivers for the adoption of 70:20:10 and the benefits and impact that can be achieved through implementing the framework:

70:20:10 Drivers - The Changing Nature of Organisations

70:20:10 Drivers - The Changing World of Work

70:20:10 Forum on The Changing Role of the Learning Function

70:20:10 - The Role of Managers in Development

Why Organisations Adopt 70:20:10

Problems Addressed By 70:20:10

The Benefits of 70:20:10

'70:20:10 Framework Explained' publication

70:20:10 Stories and Challenges with Charles Jennings

The Forum Toolkit includes a variety of member case studies, which can be used to explore the framework and its benefits. You can explore these by going to the Toolkit ‘Index’ and using the ‘Media’ filter to select ‘Case Studies’.