24 June 2011

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The 70/20/10 Learning Model: Fact or Fashion?

A summary of the June 2011 L&D Interest Group meeting that looked at 70-20-10 approach to learning. The validly an application of the model are considered.

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17 July 2017

What are the recent trends in learning? - Interview with Nigel Paine

Catch-up on missed member events by watching our 3-minute videos. In our July 2017 interview, we speak to Nigel Paine, author of 'The Learning Challenge'.

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5 July 2017

Making It Work In Practice

In this presentation from CRF's workshop on learning (4 July 2017), Mark Williamson, Partner at KPMG focuses on strategies to help HR professionals align learning and business strategy, embed learning to reduce the transfer gap and the implications of current trends on the Learnig function.

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5 July 2017

Strategic Learning from Crises

This presentation by Matt Nixon, Author of "Pariahs: Hubris, Reputation and Organisational Crises", summarises the lessons organisations can learn from being in a crisis and the role HR can play in facilitating this learning.

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5 July 2017

Unipart Group Case Study - Learning

In this presentation, John Greatrex, Group HR Director at Unipart Group highlights Unipart's journey to becoming a learning organisation and shares the Group's approach to learning and delevelopment within HR.

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5 November 2012

Standard Life – Our UK & GCC Learning Story

Explore the change programme within the L&D function that Standard Life has undergone and some of the models and changes implemented.

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21 June 2011

What is 70-20-10?

This document provides a summary on origins, evidence and some provocative questions on the 70-20-10 model of learning.

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