According to Lombardo, Michael and Eichinger (1996) at Center for Creative Leadership, there is a 70-20-10 rule for people development. 

Many leading organizations such as GE and Oracle build human resource development policy bases on the 70-20-10 rule. 

Harvey (2010) claims that people tends to plan taking formal learning courses for developing human resources. But majority learning comes from real work experience and feedback, appraisal, and assessment from others (see following figure). 

In order to develop people in an organization, people need to consider the rule of 70-20-10. 

 


source: http://blogs.oracle.com/peteh/entry/how_people_actually_develop_70





1. Lombardo, Michael M. and Robert W. Eichinger (1996) The Career Architect Development Planner. Lominger Limited, Inc. p. iv. ISBN 0965571211.

2. Harvey, P (2010) How people actually develop. http://blogs.oracle.com/peteh/entry/how_people_actually_develop_70
In order to develop and to promote learning and change in an organization, people need to write a personal career development plan with the rule of 70-20-10. 







The 70/20/10 Model in learning and development is
source: Wikipedia.com
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/70/20/10_Model

^ Lombardo, Michael M. and Robert W. Eichinger (1996) The Career Architect Development Planner. Lominger Limited, Inc. p. iv. ISBN 0965571211.


2. Letter from CCL (Nov. 2011) 


Source: The 70-20-10 Rule
http://www.ccl.org/leadership/enewsletter/2011/NOVrule.aspx?sp_rid=&sp_mid=37469306

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