70-20-10 Rule of GTD - Studying versus Learning

November 04, 2014
This is an awesome rule to follow if you want to get things done (GTD).The 70-20-10 model suggests that lessons learned effectively are roughly 70% from tough jobs, 20% from people (mostly the boss), and 10% from courses and reading. It applies to learning, innovation , savings and marketing, conducting organizational change, content management many other fields. Just follow 70-20-10 model.
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Shirly Ronen-Harel

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