70 20 10 Rule

The 70 20 10 Rule is a learning and development framework that suggests individuals acquire knowledge and skills through a combination of experiences. It proposes that 70% of learning comes from on-the-job experiences, 20% from interactions with others (such as mentors or colleagues), and 10% from formal education or training. The rule highlights the importance of experiential and social learning in addition to formal instruction.

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