resources you may find useful
The column to the right lists resources we
think may be most relevant to your work. Please
feel free to contact us to discuss your
organizations' development needs.
we building the knowledge base and skills to move into the future?
capture is critical because of the wave of retirements expected in
the next decade and a half. We have methods to help capture that knowledge
before it walks out the door
probably given as many speeches about change as we've written.
So you know about its consequences.
are trying to align the role of human resources development
to synchronize skill development with emerging enterprise
needs. We've developed methods to analyze work in new ways
that help employees simplify work and develop core competencies.
INFORMATION SYSTEM MODEL. Click on image to see larger version.
human resources initiatives in sync with the company's future?
development initiatives must compete with marketing, operations
and finance proposals for funding. Tools we've developed are designed
to address this fact. Our behavioral methodologies enable HR departments
to show value. Using our methods of work analysis permit companies
to measurement the cost of performance discrepancies and estimatef
the ROI on proposed programs.
Many analysts describe how operations work
is being commoditized and outsourced. Many executives are faced
with the task of rapidly replicating operations in new locales.
Our Strategic Repertoire Development strategies and Performance
Information System model enables companies to do just that with
the manpower component.
more advanced clients who are managing with teams have introduced
operations excellence groups that meet regularly to review the repertoire
of tasks performed in their realm and look for ways to improve work.
Our strategies enable that work.
these ideas interest you, you may want to review the white papers
and enterprise initiatives listings to the right.