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by Gregory Ronczewski |
Sep 7, 2017
Gregory Ronczewski leads the design of the TeamFit platform – see his profile on TeamFit   The Olympus OM40 was my first “real” camera. I carried it everywhere. It was perfect. Soon I started to experiment with all the settings. Shutter...
by Gregory Ronczewski |
Aug 21, 2017
Gregory Ronczewski leads the design of the TeamFit platform   A Russian nesting doll, or “matryoshka” is a set of wooden dolls of decreasing size placed one inside another. When I think about a skill I often wonder: is...
by Brian Conlin & Steven Forth |
Feb 19, 2017
“Differentiate for your clients, not from your competitors” Understanding strategic differentiation is critical to the leaders of professional services companies. In a hyper-competitive world, companies without differentiation quickly find themselves pushed down into commoditized roles where it is hard...
by Steven Forth |
Dec 5, 2016
Almost all of the people on TeamFit work on teams, which is not surprising given the platform’s name. We spend a lot of time figuring out what patterns of skills help people to work together. So much of the...
by Steven Forth |
Oct 24, 2016
A simple question, “Can you perform the same role using different skills?” From another perspective, “Can the same skill set be applied to different roles?” Why do these questions matter? How you answer them will say a great deal...
by Brian Conlin |
Sep 30, 2016
There has been compelling research evidence reported over the past decade that organizations with high engagement of their people deliver better financial outcomes (e.g. Gallup Sept 2016). This makes intuitive sense. But if we unpack this a little more,...
by Steven Forth |
Aug 24, 2016
Back on August 14 Gary Golden wrote a fascinating post on Techcrunch “Why LinkedIn should kill the résumé and replace it with the experience graph.” He makes the basic point that the résumé as it currently exists does not...