What does 70:20:10 actually look like in practice?

Live from London for the launch of our new report: The Evolution of 70:20:10 – Will L&D Survive or Thrive?

In front of a live audience, Ross Garner and Owen Ferguson are joined by Aaron Bradley, Global L&OD Consultant at multinational law firm Ashurst and Mercy Kesiena Clement-Okooboh, People & OD Business Partner at Veolia Ireland. They discussed 70:20:10 implementation, working with stakeholders and changing budgets.

Show notes

The ‘sprint’ concept that Owen shared can be found online at: http://www.gv.com/sprint/. Friend-of-the-show Phil Willcox was tweeting about this, so follow him @PhilWillcox.

To find out more about Chan Hong Meng, the street food vendor in Singapore who was awarded a Michelin star, see: https://mymodernmet.com/chan-hon-meng-street-food-michelin-star/

If you really want to know more about Darwin’s finches, see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darwin%27s_finches

The recipes Mercy learned were ‘Matse’s plantain bread’ (http://matsecooks.co/plantain-bread) and ‘Fruits of the Sea Dodo’ (http://matsecooks.co/fruits-of-the-sea-dodo/).

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If you’d like to share your thoughts on this episode, you can find us on Twitter @RossGarnerGP@OwenFerguson and @KesienaMercy. Aaron isn’t on Twitter, but message Ross and he’ll make sure to pass the message on.

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