Tag Archives: Experiential Learning

High Performance Learning with 70-20®

70-20 Conversation with Sarah Yamagata, Head of Learning & Development RGF Group Tokyo, Japan Question 1: Describe an innovation you or your team have recently implemented involving experiential and/or social learning. What was the organizational challenge you were addressing? RGF Group (short for Recruit Global Family) is Asia’s leading recruitment services provider, with more than […]

70-20-10: Origin, Research, Purpose

Where It All Began The 70-20-10 model has been part of the corporate learning and development lexicon for decades. Some people find implementing 70-20-10 brings transformational change to their corporate learning cultures. Others are not quite sure what to make of it or how to leverage the model. A last group discounts it claiming 70-20-10 […]

Challenge: Make Informal Learning Visible & Valuable

A Research Report from the 2016 ATD ICE At the 2016 Association for Talent Development (ATD) International Conference and Expo (ICE) in Denver, Kathy Granger and I presented a session titled, Learning Anytime, Anywhere: How to Activate Informal Learning at Work. The focus of the session was to build the case that: 1. Informal and […]

Making 70-20 Learning Visible

How We Did It at ATD 2016 In the 70:20:10 reference model, it is easy to see the “10” because people are sitting in a classroom, taking an eLearning module or watching a virtual presentation. It is harder to see the “70” (Learning by doing) and the “20” (Social learning) because 70-20 learning is a […]

Let the 70-20 Blog Begin!

Welcome to the new 70-20® Blog, curated by the Fort Hill Company team. Since 1999, we have benefited from years of collaboration and friendship with some of the industry’s most innovative learning leaders and consultants. As we launch our new 70-20 Blog, our goal is to create a community of people who share our passion […]