TORONTO – Docebo, a leading learning management system (LMS) provider, is excited to announce it has partnered with the 70:20:10 Institute as part of its focus on delivering a comprehensive learner-centric platform. The 70:20:10 Institute works with organizations that provide innovative products to support the 70:20:10 reference model.
“We feel that our approaches and views of the future of learning and performance are well aligned,” says Charles Jennings, one of the co-founders of the 70:20:10 Institute.
70:20:10 refers to a well-known framework that describes learning as it naturally happens and offers a means for accelerating and supporting that learning. The categories in the model refer to:
- Learning by Working (70)
- Social Learning (20)
- Formal Learning (10)
Research suggests that while formal learning (usually traditional classroom-based training) has comprised the majority of workplace training in the past, this approach is not as impactful as previously imagined. For this reason, many learning and development professionals have adopted the 70:20:10 model to capitalize on the potential of learning through work and social collaboration.
“The 70:20:10 model has had terrific success helping businesses move beyond formal learning to create a culture of continuous learning,” explains Claudio Erba, CEO and Founder of Docebo.
While the methodology is not new, there is an urgent need for companies to implement technology that supports this learning approach. The majority of learning management systems address formal training requirements with ease. Unfortunately, few technology solutions are able to effectively enable and capture experiential and social learning in the workplace. This is where Docebo stands apart from the competition.
“Docebo is a leader in the industry, offering solutions that address all three parts of the 70:20:10 model,” says Jennings.
Research has shown organizations that have integrated the 70:20:10 framework into their learning & development strategies experience many benefits, including improved processes (73%) and better overall efficiency (72%). Businesses today cannot afford not to take advantage of these types of performance improvements.
“Charles is one of the world’s leading experts in the workplace learning industry,” says Erba. “We’re looking forward to working more closely with him and his colleagues and learning from them through this partnership.”
Find out how Docebo can help you implement a learning strategy that incorporates formal, social and experiential learning. Start your free trial today to see for yourself how our learning management software supports the 70:20:10 model.
About Docebo: Docebo is a global SaaS enterprise Learning Management System (LMS) used in more than 80 countries and offered in over 30 languages. Established in 2005, Docebo (Latin for “I will teach”) offers a learning ecosystem for companies and their employees, partners and customers that is designed to increase performance and learning engagement. Docebo is a learner-centric technology, embraced for its ease of use, elegance and ability to blend coaching with social and formal learning. Docebo provides a scalable pricing model and a robust set of integrations and APIs, paired with reliable support available 24/7. It’s no wonder that Docebo has been heralded by PCMag.com as “the best online learning platform for business on the market.”
About the 70:20:10 Institute: The 70:20:10 Institute was established in response to widespread demand for information about what the 70:20:10 reference model involves and how it can be used. The Institute works collaboratively with organisations across the world to help exploit the potential of the 70:20:10 reference model as a robust approach that strengthens and aligns learning and development with organisational performance needs. Open, collaborative and inclusive in nature, the 70:20:10 Institute partners with businesses that are supporting 70:20:10, with organisations that are using 70:20:10, and with experts across the world whose work is leading the way to extend beyond formal learning.