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Skills inventory

  1. 1. Skill Inventory ManagementCompetency & Organizational – Review and AnalysisIntroduction: Assessment of organization focusing on structure and headcount to ensure appropriate roles and responsibilities within the Group and corporate office focused on current and strategic business functions including possibilities for consolidation in terms of Shared Services.Methodology: 1.) Human Resources to conduct an analysis skills inventory of key management personnel with input from current jobholders and department managers 2.) Analyze current organization in terms of skills needed 3.) Conduct skills assessment by distinguished between roles and current skills to ensure appropriate alignment of responsibilities within the organization 4.) Responsibilities (what did you do?) Skills and knowledge acquired (what did you learn?) Results (what did you achieve?) Recognition (how were your achievements recognizedObjective: Propose organizational design in terms of skills needed Align current and future skills with organization’s strategic plan Develop a structure that will accommodate your current needs as well as expand as our business grows Develop and manage a comprehensive staffing plan and refine competency definitions Benchmarking organization structure and skills comparison with other organizations Skills inventory provides identification of ready-made competencies to draw from. Update skills inventory when new examples of skills occur or are needed
  2. 2. Skill Inventory Model RESULTS ORIENTATION Market and customer knowledge Some familiarity with technology Articulates and champions a vision Identifies, grows, and deploys core competencies Establishes strategy Focuses on profitability Builds a team Defines clear cut objectives Delivers objectives Removes obstacles for the team Establishes and enforces a culture Asks the right questions Focuses on both short and long term Early problem identification Ability to solve a problem Encourages continuous learning at all levels Reinforces mobility of the team and its core competencies
  3. 3. Skill Inventory Model INDIVIDUAL Integrity/ethics Analytic intelligence Sense of urgency Decision making Ability to simplify Leadership Openness Communications skills People empathy Potential problem identification Vision/perspective Non-political Willingness to take the lead Teamwork or interpersonal skills Organizing and planning (including self- management) skills Intellectual and creative skills
  4. 4. preparing written expressing ideas conducting interviewscommunications orally to individuals or groupsperforming numeric conducting meetings setting prioritiesanalysissetting developing plans for gathering informationwork/committee projectsgoalstaking personal thinking of creative providing disciplineresponsibility ideas when necessarymaintaining a high enforcing rules and meeting new peoplelevel of activity regulationsdeveloping a climate interacting with picking out importantof enthusiasm, people at different informationteamwork, and levelscooperationcreating meaningful taking independent skillfully applyingand challenging work action professional knowledgemaintaining knowledge of providing customersemotional control concepts and with services
  5. 5. becoming actively defining performance resolving conflictsinvolved standardsanalyzing problems recommending selling ideas courses of actionpreparing written expressing ideas conducting interviewscommunications orally to individuals or groupsperforming numeric conducting meetings setting prioritiesanalysissetting developing plans for gathering informationwork/committee projectsgoalstaking personal thinking of creative providing disciplineresponsibility ideas when necessarymaintaining a high enforcing rules and meeting new peoplelevel of activity regulations
  6. 6. operating equipment reporting information summarizing informationsupporting others encouraging others delegating responsibilitiesdetermining a defining a problem comparing resultsproblemscreening telephone maintaining accurate drafting reportscalls recordscollaborating ideas administering recommending ideas medicationoverseeing operations motivating others generating accountsteaching/instructing/t thinking in a logical making decisionsraining individuals manner
  7. 7. listening to others supervising teaching/instructing/t employees raining individualsrelating to the public enduring long hours inspecting physical objectsentertaining people displaying artistic distributing products ideasdeciding uses of managing an delegatingmoney organization responsibilitymeasuring boundaries serving individuals mediating between peoplecounseling/consulting motivating others persuading otherspeople
  8. 8. speaking to the public raising funds dramatizing ideaswriting questioning others estimating physicalletters/papers/propos spacealsreading volumes of being thorough organizing filesmaterialremembering coordinating managing peopleinformation schedules/timesinterviewing running meetings selling productsprospectiveemployees
  9. 9. interpreting confronting other inventing new ideaslanguages peopledispensing constructing buildings proposing ideasinformationadapting to new coping with deadlines investigatingprocedures problemsnegotiating/arbitratin promoting events locating missingg conflicts information
  10. 10. budgeting expenses prioritizing work expressing feelingscalculating numerical creating new ideas checking for accuracydatafinding information meeting people classifying recordshandling complaints evaluating programs coaching individualshandling detail work editing work collecting moneyimagining new tolerating compiling statisticssolutions interruptions
  11. 11. administering planning updating filesprograms agendas/meetingsadvising people planning setting up organizational needs demonstrationsanalyzing data predicting futures sketching charts or diagramsassembling apparatus rehabilitating people writing reportsauditing financial organizing tasks writing for publicationreports

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