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Behavioral Analysis

The development and management techniques we recommend are grounded in behavioral analysis. The following provides a brief introduction to the subject.

Workgroup entering behavioral work descriptions in an enterprise-wide analysis of job tasks and skills.

"To manage anything you must be able to observe and measure it"

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Observability and measurability
Benefits of behavioral analysis

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The need for behavioral descriptions of work
Behavioral Performance Analysis
StrategicRepertoire Development™

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Behavioral analysis provides a means to see
  the real work
Task-based opportunity assessment
Tools now make detailed analysis possible
  · Repertoire™ work processes
  · SkillForge™ Software

Observability and measurability are two of the principle tenants of the quality movement. Behavioral analysis provides explicit information about results, what constitutes successful outcomes and the process that produces them.

Benefits of behavioral analysis include:

  •  more meaningful, manageable definitions of problems and opportunities
  •  the ability to measure and increase ROI on investments in performance improvement such as training
  •  the ability to utilize aggregate company performance data that had previously been too dispersed or voluminous to be beneficial
  •  the ability to manage very specific performances across an organization
  •  reduction of the negative impact of performance initiatives within companies
  •  staff sizing decisions that foster core competencies and maintain or enhance delivery of products or services

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