A skills repository means skills mapping and the digitization of companies. But for many companies, this is a difficult step to take! Despite the rise of new technologies, some still don't appreciate their usefulness...
Competency mapping has always been a necessary tool for the activity and management of companies, but today it is even more essential due to its dynamic and digital nature. Today, it has to fit into a constantly changing world.
A world connected to multiple and complex communication channels. To give just one example, search engines and websites abound on the web, followed by applications and digital tools (ERP, CRM, etc.).
Why? Simply because these tools help to speed up and facilitate exchanges between employees. However, there are still a few reluctant users...
Digital technology is popular with many companies and individuals. However, some find it difficult to grasp all the opportunities offered by these new digital channels. It has to be said that the multiplicity of tools has created some turmoil on the web: people don't know what to choose for their business and digital trends vary from one day to the next! Not to mention that some tools are too complex at first glance.
To give just a few examples:
The main challenge of digitising skills mapping is to make it accessible and reliable in real time. It is imperative that it is :
This is particularly true of a skills map. This facilitates the search for an employee. The hard and soft skills are clearly stated on one and the same platform, as well as their aspirations. This is a huge time saver for HR teams and project team leaders!
Competency mapping is the answer to all these problems. First and foremost, we need to create a flexible and reliable toolin which data is constantly evolving and updated in just a few clicks for everyone.
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