701 Going Back for the Future: Toward High Performance with the 70:20:10 Approach

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Thursday, February 16

One of the major obstacles for L&D professionals has been the inability to get out of the “training bubble.” Taking people away from the workflow and focusing on building knowledge and skills alone will never deliver high performance. Your organization needs to do things differently if it’s to be fit for the future.

This session will look at some practical ways to move mindsets and practices from learning to performance using the 70:20:10 reference model. You will be offered insights and some tools to help make the move from designing and delivering pure “10” solutions (training) to 70:20:10 solutions, where learning and work are tightly linked and performance improvement is the major focus. 

Charles Jennings


Duntroon Associates & Co-founder, 70:20:10 Institute

Charles Jennings is considered a thought-leader in the world of corporate learning and performance. His career spans more than 30 years in learning and technology. He was Professor and Head of the U.K. National Centre for Network-based Learning at Southampton Business School, and for the past 18 years has held senior corporate roles, most recently as Chief Learning Officer at Reuters and Thomson Reuters, the world’s largest multimedia information company. In 2008, the U.K. World of Learning honored Charles with the “Outstanding Contribution to the Learning Industry” award. He is also a Principal with The Internet Time Alliance.

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