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by Steven Forth |
Jul 19, 2017
The Design Thinking Group on LinkedIn is a large and diverse community. It currently has more than 96,000 members and is on track to surpass 100,000 in the early fall. That is a lot of people interested in Design...
by Steven Forth |
Jul 13, 2017
Many professional services companies are focused on optimizing the utilization ratio. They are focused on making sure that all billable staff are at work on customer projects at least 70% of the time (the actual target varies from company...
by Steven Forth |
Jul 6, 2017
Design companies are built on the skills of their people. They celebrate their projects but it is the people and their skills that deliver these projects. TeamFit has developed a Skill Inference technology that is able to integrate data...
by Steven Forth |
Jul 4, 2017
We are all going to have to learn new skills, this year, next year and every year for the rest of our working life, learn new skills and find new ways to apply old skills. One could even say...
by Steven Forth |
Jun 19, 2017
When we first got started with TeamFit we began with the notion of teams, and the idea that modern companies are best understood as teams of teams. Most people work on multiple teams at any one time and the...
by Steven Forth |
Jun 12, 2017
In a recent conversation with a major consulting company, we were asked about the relationship between skills and expertise. Their internal practices focus on expertise development rather than ‘raw skill’ and they wanted to know how we connect these...
by Steven Forth |
Jun 7, 2017
Over the past year TeamFit has developed a way to look into a company from the outside and see what skills may be present and how they are being applied. This approach is an extension of our skill extraction...
by Steven Forth |
Jun 2, 2017
A general consensus has emerged that most learning is the result of work and not training interventions. The term 702010 has become popular recently to describe the belief that 70% of learning comes from working on the job, 20%...