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Mar 15, 2021

John Talks to Charles Jennings, who is Partner, Strategy and Performance of Tulser / 70:20:10 Institute. Recognised as one of the world's leading experts on building and implementing learning and organisational performance strategies, Charles has led projects for multinational corporations, government agencies, not-for-profits, and other organisations for more than 40 years. He has also held several academic posts.
They discuss the influence of knowledge management, the conspiracy of convenience that hampers learning evaluation – and the 6-digit number that has played a significant role in his career, 70:20:10.
02:45 What was his reaction to the success of 70:20:10?
11:17 How has 70:20:10 changed workplace learning?
15:41 How did he come to be in learning technologies?
23:29 Influence of knowledge management on his career
24:45 Aims and thinking behind Tulser
28:31 The Conspiracy of Convenience
36:56 Learning in the post-pandemic future
Mentioned in the discussion:
The Principle of Identical Elements, Thorndike and Woodworth (1901):
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Twitter: @charlesjennings
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