L&D: Minimizing the Need for Unlearning Before Learning

Head ‘Em Off At the Pass

Where the “Pass” is the entry point into a new job.

Ask any Coach, Instructor or Teacher:

How often do they find that the learner needs to unlearn bad practices, concepts, etc., first … before learning good practices, concepts, etc.?

Because what we know often gets in the way of what we should know. Or be able to do.

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As we all should know by now – Informal Learning happens all of the time.

It even happens in the midst of Formal – whether that’s the 20 or 10 in the 70-20-10 Reference Model – that I have flipped to be a 10-20-70 Framework on a Learning Life Cycle/Learning Curve.

I Blogged about that recently – here.

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Whether what is intended to be learned/taught – is a sport – or a business practice – the best way to approach it is to get to the learner SOONER rather than LATER.

That’s why I contend that well done, Performance-based 10 should precede most of the 20 – which should precede most of the 70. In an ideal sense.

To avoid more Unlearning … through “Heading “Em Off At the Pass.”

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In my view, flipping the 70-20-10 to become 10-20-70 is more in alignment with the Flow that is required … to minimize Unlearning.

If … one needs to keep the numbers …  which I would prefer are dropped.

But as I only get one vote – and the model is too well known – I’ll avoid the Sisyphus Trap – and work with it.

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And… I’ll practice what I preach…

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I hope that this helps to minimize your need for future Unlearning.

Your thoughts?

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One comment on “L&D: Minimizing the Need for Unlearning Before Learning

  1. Pingback: L&D: Enabling Better 70 in the Flipped 10-20-70 Model | EPPIC - Pursuing Performance

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