Hiring the right people and putting them into the right jobs drives performance, engagement and productivity.
We have the tools and techniques to help you to evaluate candidate skills and predict future performance.
A well-designed competency framework and assessment methodology will give you the confidence that your high value projects are in the right hands.
The way in which an organization creates and sustains its corporate culture impacts every aspect of its operations, right down to the bottom line. In assessing an organization, we use a variety of data gathering methods to develop a complete profile. Data from this organizational analysis is used to guide subsequent organizational change planning, leadership development programs, and team development programs.
When used in combination with other methods, such as interviewing and scenario testing, assessment tools can be extremely useful for both the employment screening process and the selection of high potential staff for more challenging and responsible roles. Therefore, we use assessment tools to help our clients learn more about themselves, their employees, or prospective employees.
The effectiveness of the teams and workgroups within the organization greatly influence the success of the organization as a whole. Assessment is the starting point in developing truly cohesive teams. To guide subsequent team development activities, gathered data is analyzed and compiled into a report and then fed back to the team.
Project management isn’t just about planning and scheduling work. It’s also about the ability of the project leader to motivate the project team, build relationships, manage diversity and cultural differences, and sustain the performance of the team throughout the life of the project.
Working together with your PMO, we will design a competency model for all the key roles and levels of your project management organization.
Our team of consultants will conduct a complete assessment of each member of your PMT, based on your organization’s competency model, and then create a talent development plan that will gradually and predictably raise the skill level and performance of the whole project management organization.