High Performance Learning with 70-20®

Fort Hill Company

We did not have an effective way to measure ROI and support the learning application phase once participants returned to their offices in different countries. Historically, we sent surveys to gather some indication of how new skills were applied, but there was no way to keep the group connected virtually to continue their shared learning, or to hold people accountable for effective practice and performance improvement on the job.

Learning Campaigns: Driving Engagement and Performance Improvement – Part 2

Fort Hill Company

In Part 1 of our Learning Campaigns Blog series, we highlighted data from a number of clients using Fort Hill’s 70-20 learning activation platform to support their learning initiatives. Part 2 – Use Learning Campaigns to Improve Performance Outcomes. In Part 2, we are comparing the data on performance outcomes to see if participants in learning campaigns are applying their learning and reporting specific achievements more consistently than those working on single challenges.

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Learning Campaigns: Driving Engagement and Performance Improvement – Part 1

Fort Hill Company

This will be a three-part blog series that will examine learning campaigns from three perspectives: 1) participant engagement; 2) performance improvement; and 3) social learning. The 70:20:10 approach fundamentally shifts the focus from course delivery to performance improvement. Charles Jennings, co-founder of the 70:20:10 Institute in Europe, recently discussed this shift in his excellent blog: From Courses to Campaigns: using the 70:20:10 approach.

70-20-10: Origin, Research, Purpose

Fort Hill Company

At the time in the late 1980s, Michael Lombardo and I were teaching a course at the Center called Tools for Developing Effective Executives. Since we were teaching a course about how to develop effective executives, we could not use the adverse situations (can’t plan for or arrange them for people) and personal experiences outside of work (again, can’t plan for them). A number of companies including 3M have also replicated the study and found roughly the same results.

Learning is Behaviour Change: why is it often so hard to help it happen?

Performance Learning Productivity

A fascinating article recently published on the Fast Company blog should be required reading for all learning and talent professionals as well as for leaders and managers.

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5 Tips for Marketing eLearning Courses to your Employees


Or maybe you’re not marketing your courses effectively enough! Employee training offers your organization many benefits, such as improved performance, faster onboarding , and increased ROI. Will it save them time, or help them organize their time more effectively?

What corporates can learn from the Top 10 Tools for Learning 2012

Jane Hart

If your organization doesn’t like the idea of using Twitter for company conversations, then the next best thing is to set up some sort of corporate company (Twitter-like) network. This is the most popular blogging platform.

The Ultimate eLearning Resources Guide (2020 Update)


Company Blogs. The Degreed at Work blog is jam-packed with the latest insights, research, trends, and events. We recommend: Pinpoint the Right Skills to Activate Performance. Elucidat is a great authoring tool with an equally awesome blog. LearnUpon Blog.

Making 70-20 Learning Visible

Fort Hill Company

The first impact is that you likely are using a device to read this Blog that literally owes its existence to the Informal Learning of Betty Jean, Fran, Bill, Paul, Steve and Steve. We promised our session attendees a report on what we learned from their informal learning tweets, and we’ll also post a copy of this report in a future 70-20® Blog. The post Making 70-20 Learning Visible appeared first on Fort Hill Company. How We Did It at ATD 2016.