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by Gregory Ronczewski |
Sep 13, 2017
Gregory Ronczewski leads the design of the TeamFit platform – see his profile on TeamFit When we hear about William Thompson, better known and remembered as Lord Kelvin, absolute temperature and laws of thermodynamics comes to mind. In 1876...
by Steven Forth |
May 22, 2017
There is a lot fear about the future of work. Will there be enough work to go around? Will these be high quality employment opportunities, low quality service jobs, or tasks done in the gig economy? What kind of...
by Steven Forth |
Feb 7, 2017
“The future is here, it is just not evenly distributed.” William Gibson   Governments are preparing a massive renewal of infrastructure. In Canada, the government plans to stimulate the economy with a $125 billion infrastructure fund. In the United...
by Steven Forth |
Jan 19, 2017
Talent Management looks at you from the outside while Skills Management is looking at you from the inside out. TeamFit is what connects the two. Chuck Hamilton   2017 is shaping up to be the year of ‘skills.’ Everywhere...
by Steven Forth |
Dec 20, 2016
Almost all of us have some leadership role to play today. Knowledge workers are generally responsible for their own performance and for supporting their teammates. At TeamFit, any team member can take on a leadership role, depending on the...
by Steven Forth |
Dec 1, 2016
At TeamFit, we regularly survey different industries on skill trends and look at our own platform to see what skills are getting the most use. One of the skills that has been trending over the past five years is...
by Steven Forth |
Nov 22, 2016
We know that the most valuable skills for an individual or an organization are the differentiating skills. The skills that make you different from the competition are the ones that give you an edge in winning work and getting...