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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 |
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 |
May 8, 2017
David Vance had a provocative piece in Chief Learning Officer in April, 2017. He starts by asking “How many of you are reskilling your employees?” It is a good question. He has an answer that challenges what he sees...
by Steven Forth |
Apr 5, 2017
Back in February 2015, when we were at work on our first ideas about skill management and how a shared understanding of skills was core to the future of work, we set out our critical assumptions about the future...
by Steven Forth |
Mar 13, 2017
TeamFit is a skill management platform for professional services companies. We spend a lot of time speaking with the leadership of different companies to understand their strategies and the business pressures they are under. A surprising number of these...
by Steven Forth |
Mar 6, 2017
Many large or rapidly growing companies have a person responsible for talent acquisition. Aging workforces, changing skill requirements, competition for talent are all driving interest in talent acquisition. But is talent acquisition the most important way to build capabilities?...
by Steven Forth |
Feb 27, 2017
Human resources management generates a lot of records and is supported by process after process. Sometimes we lose sight of the people in all of the data and processes. Collecting reliable records is a critical part of human resources...