Article by; Siân Dennis
Conducting a best practice skills audit was the topic of my last post. One of the next steps is to make sure that this exercise yields annual returns. As a lot of effort, time and money go into conducting a skills audit, sustainability is key, ensuring that it can be repeated annually with minimum effort.
Implementing a progressive system, preferably electronic, that is conducted on a strong database is recommended to ensure that the process is effective with long term suitability.
One such electronic system is ec@ps, an Execution, Monitoring and Performance Management system, which was developed to enhance the execution of strategic objectives and to ensure that the actions and tactics established to support these objectives are achieved.
Litha-Lethu is an accredited practitioner for this software, which can be part of the implementation steps taken after the skills audit. You can also watch an introductory video (two minutes) for more.