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70-20-10 Model
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First of all, it should be noted that the 70-20-10 Model is not new. In fact, it dates from the 1990s. It is proposed by Morgan Mc Call, Michael Lombardo and Robert Eichinger. This model provides an indication of the weight represented by each source of learning. Thus, as its name suggests, 70% of skills would be acquired through experience and practice, 20% through peer exchange and 10% through training. Although this model is widely used, some individuals still consider it to be very rigid. In their view, it is not sufficiently supported by scientific evidence.

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