Discussion: How can I position senior executives as actively involved sponsors in my 70:20:10 implementation?
This question was raised during our recent webinar.
The best way to do this is through establishing some form a governance council or board.
This needs to be led and directed by senior leaders (rather than by HR and Learning & Development leaders). The role of a learning governance structure is to sign-off the strategy and agree priorities for the implementation. Of course the governance process needs to be designed not to be onerous for senior executives – a 1-2 hour decision-focused board meeting every quarter works well.
A well-structure governance board will position senior stakeholders and sponsors to play an active role in your 70:20:10 implementation.
The Forum Toolkit* contains an activity to support you in establishing a learning governance board.
Link to Activity: Toolkit for Establishing a Learning Governance Board
(*Access: Implement Members)
This toolkit contains:
- Learning Governance Maturity Checklist
- Downloadable Template for Terms of Reference
As well as advice on the options and considerations you should take into account when you are planning your 70:20:10 learning governance structure.
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