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by Steven Forth |
Mar 19, 2019
Steven Forth is a Co-Founder of TeamFit. See his Skill Profile.   Last week we started a series of posts we are calling Critical Skills. These are skills that have come up in customer conversations or are part of wider themes...
by Steven Forth |
Mar 11, 2019
Steven Forth is a Co-Founder of TeamFit. See his Skill Profile.   TeamFit and its affiliate Ibbaka rely on software engineers for much of the value they create. Yes, the business and skill analysts make a huge contribution, as do the...
by Gregory Ronczewski |
Mar 5, 2019
Gregory Ronczewski is the Director of Product Design at TeamFit platform – view his profile on TeamFit Top Image: Rynek Główny 13, Pasaż 13, Kraków, Poland. Photo credits: Gregory Ronczewski   Leonardo da Vinci died on May 2, 1519....
by Steven Forth |
Feb 19, 2019
Steven Forth is a Co-Founder of TeamFit. See his Skill Profile.   TeamFit’s goal is to help individuals, teams and organizations to understand and then reach their full potential. What do we mean by ‘potential’ and can it be measured. This...
by Gregory Ronczewski |
Feb 14, 2019
Gregory Ronczewski is the Director of Product Design at TeamFit platform – view his profile on TeamFit Top Image: The Collegium Maius, the oldest building in the Jagiellonian University (Kraków, Poland), dating back to 14th century. Photo credits: Gregory...
by Steven Forth |
Feb 12, 2019
Steven Forth is a Co-Founder of TeamFit. See his Skill Profile.   Back in January, I had an interesting conversation with a product leader at one of the top people intelligence software companies. People intelligence (also known as people data and...
by Steven Forth |
Feb 5, 2019
Steven Forth is a Co-Founder of TeamFit. See his Skill Profile.   Skill profiles, competency models, all rely on skills and skill definitions. This raises a critical question though, who gets to define a skill? To answer this question we need...