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  • Doug Crisman , General Manager, ITG Competency Group, Salary.com Amy T. Mollin , Director, Application Architecture Saba Harry West , Director, HCM Product Management SAP Labs, LLC Paul Storfer , Director, Talent Architecture Personnel Decisions International Strange Bedfellows: The Odd Marriage of Competency Content and Talent Management Systems
  • Competency Content and the Talent Management Suite Competency Management = PDI Talent Content Manager & Measurement Application Tools Jim Holincheck
  • Issues Around Competency Management
    • Companies cannot flexibly interact with content that underlies the value proposition of Talent Management systems
    • Proprietary content has no Digital Rights Management
    • Different “level” needs (granularity) of different systems requires flexible, non-captive architecture that puts the client, not the technology, first
      • Need to support behaviors as well as competencies
    • Lack of data consistency inhibits research capability
    • Making the case:
  • Doug Crisman General Manager, ITG Competency Group Salary.com Competencies & HR Software – is XML the match maker? CONNECTING PEOPLE, PAY AND PERFORMANCE
  • Salary.com Mission Pay People Performance Connect C m o p e t e n c i e s J o b D a a t Solutions Connect CONNECTING PEOPLE, PAY AND PERFORMANCE
  • Who is ITG Competency Group?
    • A division of Salary.com, a leading provider of compensation and talent management products and services.
    • Dedicated to competency management data and services to support human capital and talent management initiatives.
    • Data is used within software platforms such as:
      • Saba
      • SAP
      • Other major HCM System providers
      • Homegrown applications developed by clients
    CONNECTING PEOPLE, PAY AND PERFORMANCE
  • Salary.com Strategy For ITG Content
    • Competencies and job profiles form the foundation for the talent management life-cycle.
    • ITG Competency Group will continue to support clients and vendors by providing the best quality job – competency data.
    • Salary.com provides hosted solutions that remove the burden of implementation, integration, and loading of content – empowering users through “smart solutions”.
    CONNECTING PEOPLE, PAY AND PERFORMANCE
  • Salary.com Strategy For ITG Content
    • The ITG competencies, job profiles, and learning resources will be combined with Salary.com’s rich job content to enable the TalentManager suite.
    • Salary.com supports several modes of integration as needed by customers, including imports, automated data exchange, and XML integration.
    CONNECTING PEOPLE, PAY AND PERFORMANCE
  • Key Data Integration Questions
    • Does the software database provide for all the data elements of a robust competency model?
    • Are there import facilities provided by the software provider to allow data file transfer into the system in a systematic way?
      • If so, is the vendor’s format published and available to the data provider or the client?
      • Does the content provider supply a data format or reformatting capabilities that the client or software provider can use to load the data?
      • What kind of integration is required by the client?
      • Is XML supported and if so, is it standard or custom?
    CONNECTING PEOPLE, PAY AND PERFORMANCE
  • Our Experiences
    • Typical Approach: ITG provides its data in tab delimited files reformatted for the particular need of the client or software partner – Easy to load.
    • Software Vendors: Are not typically involved in a data load unless it is a hosted solution.
    • XML – In the last two years we have only had one request by a client to use XML and it was a special IBM XML Format.
    CONNECTING PEOPLE, PAY AND PERFORMANCE
  • Our Experiences
    • Saba – ITG and Saba have a technical relationship where the data formatting issues have been addressed and a load program has been created to assist import.
    • SAP – ITG and its clients use conventional file import features to load data into SAP systems.
    • Non-Conforming Vendors – Some software providers do not provide any import features for mass loading of competency data. In these instances, the process is reduced to “cut and paste” or custom building of import by user.
    CONNECTING PEOPLE, PAY AND PERFORMANCE
  • Amy T. Mollin Director, Application Architecture Saba Strange Bedfellows: The Odd Marriage of Competency Content and Talent Management Systems
  • Saba Solution: Products Centra & Collaboration Saba Solution Stack Competencies, Profiles, Roles Learning Suite Performance Suite Talent Suite Manage Align Develop
  • Saba Competency Model –Complete Solution
    • Flexible model – build your own or buy from 3 rd party
    • Powerful association with roles – core competencies
    • Elimination of ambiguity – behavioral attributes
    • Weighting and 360 Degree Assessments
    • Strong link to:
      • On-boarding
      • Development
      • Performance Management
      • Talent and Succession Management
  • Harry West Director, HCM Product Management SAP Labs, LLC Strange Bedfellows: The Odd Marriage of Competency Content and Talent Management Systems
  • Paul Storfer Director, Talent Architecture Personnel Decisions International Strange Bedfellows: The Odd Marriage of Competency Content and Talent Management Systems Copyright 2007 Personnel Decisions International. All Rights Reserved
  • Introducing Personnel Decisions International (PDI)
      • Corporate Headquarters
    • M INNEAPOLIS
    • AFFILIATES:
      • Bogotá, Colombia
      • Buenos Aires, Argentina
      • Vitoria, Brazil
      • Sao Paulo, Brazil
      • Mexico City, Mexico
      • Athens, Greece
      • Istanbul, Turkey
    BRATISLAVA BRUSSELS BUDAPEST DEN HAAG GENEVA LONDON MILAN PARIS STOCKHOLM STUTTGART HONG KONG SHANGHAI SINGAPORE TOKYO SYDNEY MELBOURNE ATLANTA BOSTON CHICAGO DALLAS DENVER DETROIT HOUSTON LOS ANGELES MINNEAPOLIS NEW YORK SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, D.C.
    • PDI:
      • Research based HR consulting firm founded in 1967
      • Employs more than 700 team members
      • 29 full-service offices
      • Serves clients on five continents
    • Clients:
      • 80% of Fortune 100
      • 75% of Forbes Global 100
      • 70% of Business Week Top 100 Global Brands
    Copyright 2007 Personnel Decisions International. All Rights Reserved
  • PDI’s Talent Architecture for Your Leadership Pipeline Potential Performance Readiness Fit Strategic Thinking The ability to evaluate the internal and external business environment to develop a long-term vision and strategy for the unit/organization. Copyright 2007 Personnel Decisions International. All Rights Reserved Individual Contributor Think Broadly Front Line Leader Understand Strategies Mid-Level Leader Act Strategically Business Unit Leader Think Strategically Senior Executive Shape Strategy
  • Competency Framework
    • Extensive database contains the following:
    • Competency dimensions
    • Observable behaviors
    • Performance Standards (BARS)
    • Development / Coaching Content
      • Action Steps
      • Stretch Assignments
    • Interview Questions
    Copyright 2007 Personnel Decisions International. All Rights Reserved
  • Introducing Talent Content Manager
    • Talent Content Manager is a practical, intuitive online/web-based tool that creates, tracks and organizes hundreds of competency models.
    • Instead of broad competency models, companies can now customize models by job level, function and company culture. This creates consistency, yet flexibility across all talent management initiatives.
    • Talent Content Manager integrates systems allowing companies to fully leverage tools and systems they already have to create defensible competency models with practical, time-saving talent management applications.
    Copyright 2007 Personnel Decisions International. All Rights Reserved
  • Talent Content Manager “Modules”
    • A competency authoring and management module
    • A competency model authoring and management module
    • A module to map models to a client org chart
    • Multi-rater feedback validation capability
    • Exporting and provisioning capability for org charts and competency models
    Copyright 2007 Personnel Decisions International. All Rights Reserved
  • Thank You!
    • What additional questions do you have?
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  • Contact Information
    • Doug Crisman – [email_address] , (609) 987-1464
    • Amy T. Mollin – [email_address] , (650) 581-2508
    • Harry West, [email_address] , (425) 424-3552
    • Paul Storfer, [email_address] , (612) 373-3425
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