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by Gregory Ronczewski |
Jan 28, 2019
Gregory Ronczewski is the Director of Product Design at TeamFit platform – view his profile on TeamFit   Carlo Rovelli in his book Reality is not what it seems takes the reader to the ancient times and writes “…...
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...
by Steven Forth |
Jan 25, 2017
Over the past decade, HR in professional services has become increasingly complex. There is a need for new tools that give deeper insight into people’s real skills and how they are being applied on projects. The payback for HR...
by Steven Forth |
Dec 21, 2015
At TeamFit we spend a lot of time talking to people about their skills, parsing through skill and competency models, and looking at skill maps. One thing that often comes up is concern about overly general skill terms. One...
by Rita Trehan |
Sep 29, 2015
The United States is gearing up toward election time, and that means certain newsworthy changes that affect the economy are used as battleground for the candidates vying for position. One of these topics that has gained heat most recently...
by Steven Forth |
Sep 24, 2015
TeamFit is undergoing a skill audit at present. We want to test that we have the skills we need to deliver on our vision. Like most companies today, we view our skills not just as those we have internally....
by Steven Forth |
Sep 14, 2015
TeamFit should be used by anyone who wants a deeper understanding of their own skills and the skills of the people they work with. The most common way this information is used is to find people for teams and...
by Steven Forth |
Sep 1, 2015
What does it really mean to know what your own skills are? Or the skills of the people you work with? And why should you care? We are moving away from a world of rote, process driven work. If...
by Steven Forth |
Jun 22, 2015
Skills are the tools we use when we work with each other. Too often we look at our skills in isolation from the people we work with. But in fact it is the combination of skills that let’s us...
by Amar Dhaliwal |
Jun 18, 2015
Last month, KPCB’s Mary Meeker presented KPCB’s 2015 Internet Trends report and what a treasure trove it is. One trend that Meeker commented on was the “re-imagining of enterprise computing” which is now “changing business process one segment at...
by Steven Forth |
Jun 8, 2015
The default owner of data generated by human resources management systems of all kinds should be the individual. Not the company the individual works for. Not the platform through which the data is collected. Given today’s work practices, this...
by Rita Trehan |
Jun 2, 2015
(Rita Trehan is a Senior Executive and Chief Human Resources Officer teaching companies how to rethink their business in terms of capacity and break down silos with a business-centric lens. She is a frequent author of guest posts on...
by Steven Forth |
Jun 1, 2015
At TeamFit, we are deep into the design and development of our TeamBuilder module. TeamBuilder is used to find the best people for a team and will be released later in June. So we have been talking to a...
by Rita Trehan |
May 29, 2015
A corporate vision is one of the most important aspects of a company. As I talk about in my forthcoming book, corporate vision is the means to visualize your optimal future state of being. It’s what you wish to...
by Steven Forth |
May 27, 2015
High performance teams take risks. They take calculated risks, but real risks that can have bad outcomes. And consistently taking risks, and making sure that enough of those risks pay off, requires trust. When was the last time you...
by Steven Forth |
May 21, 2015
Data is at the center of business strategy today. We use data to make decisions, define who we are (the quantified self and the data-driven enterprise) and even to predict the future. So it is not surprising that fights...