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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 |
Feb 2, 2017
Skill profiles are the new calling card. They are how we introduce ourselves to people and show what we can do. Building a great skill profile is part of the day-to-day work of all knowledge workers. So how do...
by Steven Forth |
Jan 22, 2017
Please take the Design Thinking Skills and Applications Survey – Share Your Insights How do you build a new skill set? That question is coming up a lot lately, in part because it is the beginning of the year...
by Karen Chiang |
Dec 5, 2016
What does this mean for your professional services firm and more important for yourself as an individual? Dan Pink introduced the case that mastery, autonomy and purpose are the key drivers for business performance. What does this mean for...
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 |
Nov 7, 2016
TeamFit takes an open, bottom up, approach to skills. Anyone can claim a skill and they can call anything they like a skill. This keeps the system open and adaptive and lets new skills and skill terms bubble up...
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...