The 70/20/10 framework is one of the most popular learning and development models used today. The framework breaks down the major avenues for which a learner acquires new job skills. According to this model, 70% of what an employee learns comes from on-the-job training, 20% from peer learning, and 10% from formal learning.

Included in the infographic is some advice for applying the 70:20:10 Framework. Remember, the framework is a guide for balancing your learning strategy by learning avenues and is not a firm a rigid ratio that must be applied or else.


Robert Velasquez

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