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The Most Effective Workplace Learning Methods

The Most Effective Workplace Learning Methods

The Most Effective Workplace Learning Methods
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By Boaz Amidor

Researchers have long searched for best workplace learning methods. The 70:20:10 Model for Learning and Development is a proven approach for training employees.

The model purports that individuals obtain 70% of knowledge from hands-on experiences, 20% from informal interactions, and 10% from formal educational events.

 

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The model was created in the ‘80s by three researchers working with the Center for Creative Leadership, a nonprofit educational institution in Greensboro, N.C.

The three, Morgan McCall, Michael M. Lombardo and Robert A. Eichinger, were researching the key developmental experiences of successful managers.

The 70:20:10 model is considered to be of greatest value as a general guideline for organizations seeking to maximize the effectiveness of their learning and development programs.

WalkMe is a performance support solution that was designed based on the assumption that on-the-job experience (the 70%) is the most beneficial. This is because it enables employees to develop job-related skills, make decisions, and address challenges within their workflow.

However, the WalkMe platform can be embedded in many kinds of digital workplace learning methods. 

Companies invest a lot of money in workplace learning methods. They want to see results that are tangible, measurable and long-lasting. WalkMe provides the platform that really brings it home.

– Accelerate Onboarding and Training Times

– Make Self-Service Attractive and Simple

– Cut the Learning Curve

– Increase Employee Satisfaction

– Ensure Continuous Learning & Knowledge Retention

– Monitor and Evaluate Your Training Programs

– Increase Productivity

– Reduce Errors & Interruptions

Schedule a free demo today to learn how WalkMe can accelerate your training program

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Boaz Amidor
Head of Corporate and Marketing Communications at WalkMe and Contributing Author to WalkMe Blog