Category: Metrics

Building a One-Size-Fits-All Competency Model

This post has been contributed by Edward J. Cripe, President, Workitect, Inc. If you’d like to be a contributor, please contact us. In the one-size-fits-all approach, a competency model is developed for a broadly defined set of jobs that may have very different responsibilities and knowledge requirements. Most often, the competency model is developed for one level
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Don’t Hit a Wall. Grow Your Company with DISC.

We’ve all been there in the business world — your company has been growing for the past three to five years and bam! It hits a plateau. You scratch your head in puzzlement, beginning the search for how to continue growth in your industry. It’s common to push more sales and marketing, even hire more
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Six Practical Considerations before Building Competency Models – Part 2

This post has been contributed by Edward J. Cripe, President of Workitect, Inc. If you’d like to be a contributor, please contact us.   This is part two of a two-part series on building competency models by Edward J. Cripe. The first post can be found here.  Continuing in the six steps for building competency models: 4.  Choose “one-size-fits-all”
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Six Practical Considerations before Building Competency Models – Part 1

This post has been contributed by Edward J. Cripe, President of Workitect, Inc. If you’d like to be a contributor, please contact us. This is part one of a two part series on building competency models by Edward J. Cripe. The second post can be found here.  Job competency models describe what superior performers actually do on a job
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