We can help you get your talent management project up and running in a fraction of the time, at a fraction of the cost.

Project Support Services

Project Support Services

Talent Management System.

You and your staff have so many projects to get off the ground, let the experts at SkillsDB help you implement your talent management system.  You will have a dedicated resource with expert knowledge focused on making this successful.

First, we will help you conduct a skills audit, which is a “snapshot” of the actual skills and knowledge of your employees at a particular point in time.

Using SkillsDB, we will help you create a talent management program to determine your organizations skills levels and associated skills gaps. SkillsDB consultants will help you collect and collate skills audit data and information and present it in a variety of reports and analysis.

How it works:

We will assign you one or more implementation specialists.
We will help you build out and/or refine your competency framework and implement it in SkillsDB.
Your people will be imported into the system and Single Sign On setup if requested.
Invitations will be sent to your people to fill out their self assessments.
Your employees can login from anywhere and answer a series of self-assessing questions against the predetermined skills framework.
You can generate extensive reporting on who has done what.
Managers then can review individual assessments and record differences for review later.
We will help your staff with reporting and analytics, provide management summaries and individual analysis.
We can also help with setting up the learning plan module, if requested.
Guaranteed results for your talent management system.

SkillsDB is the Perfect Tool to Implement your Talent Management Project.

At SkillsDB, we will walk you through each audit process step by step, giving you strategies and processes to implement your project quickly and thoroughly.

3 key deliverables from implementing a talent management system:

  • Determine Skills Requirements  In order to determine skills requirements, an organization should identify current and future skills requirements per job. The end result is a skills matrix with related competency definitions. Definitions can be allocated against various proficiency levels per job, such as basic, intermediate and complex.
  • Audit Actual Skills  The actual skills audit process is outlined above and involves an individual self-audit and skills audit. Results are collated into reporting documents that may include statistical graphs, qualitative reports and recommendations.
  • Determine Development Needs and Plan for Training or Restructuring  Once skills audit information has been collected, an analysis of the results may be used for planning purposes relating to training and development and other Human Resource interventions. Recommendations are then discussed and agreed actions are implemented. Learn More