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Charles Jennings
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Performance and change consultant.
Performance and change consultant.

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'Professional Development in a Networked World'. 
what got us here won't get us there....  

Latest article in Training Industry Quarterly - Summer 2015 issue @TrainingIndustr#leadership #learning

 http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/trainingindustry/tiq_2015summer/#/11

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 70:20:10 – Above All Else It’s a Change Agent. 

Latest blog post.  Some people see the 70:20:10 framework as a rulebook rather than a light pointing the way. Hopefully this post helps with that misconception.

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Short Hangout on Wed 8th Jan.
I am also running an webinar on the changing role of the L&D function on Wed 16th https://www.702010forum.com/Events/view/webinar-the-changing-role-of-the-learning-function
Charles Jennings (UK) www.duntroon.com, Filipe Carrera (Portugal) www.filipecarrera.com and Wayne Turmel (USA) www.greatwebmeetings.com will explain how the world of learning has to deal with a new workplace: 
• always on.
• hyper-connected.
• expected immediacy.
• innovation in the normal.
• customized work not standardized work.
• intangibles have outstripped tangibles.

See this Hangout on air at: www.youtube.com/user/InformalTraining

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What are other people saying and doing with 70:20:10? Take a look at our guest blogs. 70:20:10 Forum http://ow.ly/mOHDo 

70:20:10 Forum - Tools, Resources, Community
https://www.702010forum.com/

The 70:20:10 Framework
The degree and speed of change facing organisations imposes a massive demand on workers to Learn at the Speed of Business™ if...

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Considerations around #702010 from Charles Jennings – ‘Manager engagement and capability are both critical

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Learning is all about context and being in-the-moment.

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Social learning fits into the ‘20’ in the 70:20:10 framework, but it’s more important than that. Learning and thinking are both deeply social activities that should encourage us to fully exploit workplace and collaborative learning. http://ow.ly/mFOgu. I've talked further about the relevance of this article within the 70:20:10 Forum community space. Become a member and join in the conversation. www.702010forum.com

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New guest blog now up in the 70:20:10 Forum from Anna Simioni, Executive Vice President, UniCredit, Head of Corporate Learning, on how they've integrated learning into work.
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