At The Steve Trautman Co. we always love a good, practical checklist. A well-designed list of what is known and what needs to be learned is an invaluable tool for knowledge transfer. The knowledge management sector - a cousin of sorts to the knowledge transfer field - also benefits from checklists. Here's a post by Kelly Blount of Mintek about a mobile tool for checklists that can help with retention of transferred knowledge (reposted with permission):
Yesterday, during the i4cp webinar on Managing Talent Risk, I commented that it is time for competency models to be replaced with more targeted talent risk data that directly drives business (think: money, time, and quality). I have had several questions about my position on this subject so I am rerunning this blog post in case it is helpful. I would love your comments on the topic.
Here’s a quick business story illustrating just why HR competency models are inadequate when used to manage talent and guide change within a job role:
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