Skills Strategy: Tackling Technologies, Taxonomies and Frameworks
When it comes to skills, there is still no standard approach to setting frameworks or using taxonomies or ontologies.
This causes confusion for both setting skills strategy and getting different HR systems to 'talk to each other'.
Discover how leading organizations are operating around these challenges and supercharging their skills agenda.
Skills and competency frameworks can take months, even years to create, meaning they are out of date as soon as they’re finished.
But with 95% of HR leaders acknowledging that the availability of skills is now their organization’s most significant business challenge, in research conducted by Fosway Group in partnership with UNLEASH, HR and L&D teams simply cannot afford to be out of date.
And as you figure out how to create a picture of skills that is current and future-fit, there are major questions to answer around the technologies being used to power your skills agenda. Different taxonomies and ontologies abound with no signs of a universal standard on the horizon.
So how do you best support your skills strategy in practice? That’s what we’ll discover in this live, interactive session with leading practitioners who are writing their own playbooks for skills success.
Join us live to:
- Discover the good, and the bad, of skills and competency frameworks in 2023.
- Understand the impact of different technologies, taxonomies and ontologies on your approach to skills.
- Hear from learning leaders on how they’re tackling their skills strategies.
Learn from real-world success stories and take away practical inputs into your skills agenda for the year ahead.
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