Today's working environment is changing, which means the way companies train their employees also needs to change. The 70-20-10 Learning Model provides a framework for improving and extending traditional training and learning in the workplace. The model illustrates that 70% of learning within an organisation is now done 'on the job' with people learning by experience, 20% refers to social learning (i.e. learning from others), in the form of coaching and mentoring, as well as building strong and effective social networks, and 10% is delivered through more formal and structured courses in a classroom or via Virtual Classroom Technology (VCT), But what does it really mean? In this presentation, we provide examples of solutions from the 10% (informal learning) through to the 70% space (social learning via rate/share/contribute tools), and how they can be used in conjunction with each other to provide a connected learning landscape for any organisation.