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Collaborative Logistics Technology: Filling the Competency Gap
It’s not just operating talent and facilities that win business for logistics service providers. Every community of clients, customers, suppliers, and carriers

job competency definition  someone does an exceptional job, they will be asked to do it again. Since only 20% of all supply chain companies achieve best-in-class use of visibility and execution technology, (and that includes manufacturers, retails and the big logistics companies) there is plenty of room for becoming a high achiever. Building a reputation for successful collaborative logistics is rewarded with more opportunities. A competent company can become the electronic glue that enables a manufacturer to execute transactions Read More
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10 Key Steps to Effective HR Succession Planning
Two forces are driving organizations to consider succession planning as a component of overall strategy: the aging workforce and a shortfall in labor skills

job competency definition  good results on the job Step Three A third step is to conduct individualized multi-rater, full-circle assessment. (This is sometimes called 360-degree assessment.) The idea is to assess individuals against the competencies required for success in an organization. The results of a multi-rater, full-circle assessment usually indicate gaps between what competencies an individual currently possesses and what he or she should possess to be successful. Step Four: A fourth step is to establish (or reengineer) Read More
Employee Performance Management: Making It a Reality in Your Organization
Over 90 percent of human resources (HR) professionals rate employee performance management (EPM) as a top priority. Yet considerably fewer have EPM systems

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Competency Management: the Compass for Strategic Talent Management
This white paper examines how to use a competency-based approach to build behaviors, skills, and knowledge. It explains how to integrate competencies into all

job competency definition  applying them fairly to job profiles. In fact, even after the competency model is in place, this continued input from all stakeholders helps the talent management team continue to refine competencies and keep each job and each employee aligned with the overall talent management strategy as it evolves. In addition, buy-in can be improved by taking the time to keep all stakeholders informed of the progress in defining and using competencies – including examples of specific successes achieved along the Read More
Employee Performance Management Problems
The newest trend in human capital management is employee performance management (EPM). Unlike traditional HR evaluations, EPM links employee performance to a

job competency definition  or manager leaves the job or is transferred to another department before the evaluation period starts. Historically, HR has fewer employees compared to other departments and technology has brought departments down to a skeleton level. On average, 1 HR person works for every 150200 employees. With such an unfavorable difference, HR cannot give the necessary degree of attention required for each employee. Line managers and employees know each other better, have a greater level of trust, or are at least bett Read More
Transportation Management System (TMS) RFI/RFP Template
System Definition and Implementation,Interface and Integration,Required Features and Functions, and Analysis

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Case Study: Job Costing System Delivers for Nol-Tec Systems
Nol-Tec, a manufacturer of conveying equipment, needed a job costing solution that would integrate key information about parts and assemblies. Why? So its sales

job competency definition  Study: Job Costing System Delivers for Nol-Tec Systems Nol-Tec, a manufacturer of conveying equipment, needed a job costing solution that would integrate key information about parts and assemblies. Why? So its sales and engineering teams could communicate better about customers’ systems. The company found Jobscope’s order analysis, accounts payable, and customer tracking modules integrated well with its own sales quotation system and helped improved visibility. Learn more. Read More
How to Get ITIL Done-Implementing ITIL and Making It a Reality
In our lifetime, we have witnessed IT evolve from a limited service function into a critical core competency. Stepping out of the shadows and into the limelight

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U.S. Employees have Spoken!
A 2012 survey of nationally employed Americans gives insight into what motivates employees to stay at a job, including skills, feedback, goals alignment

job competency definition  to stay at a job, including skills, feedback, goals alignment, training, and career goals. Have a look at this visual representation of the survey results to learn more about what can cause, and prevent, high employee turnover. Read More
Credit (or Blame) KANA Express for Your Next Flower Delivery
It should be every company’s job to make it easy for customers to act on their needs and desires wherever they wish to engage with the company—in a retail store

job competency definition  should be every company’s job to make it easy for customers to act on their needs and desires wherever they wish to engage with the company—in a retail store, online, on their mobile device, or within their social networks. The challenge for every customer care organization is to provide reliable and memorable experiences across every service channel—consistency is critical in delivering great customer experience in the omnichannel world. Engaging directly with customers in a manner using the Read More
Reducing Costs in Your Job Scheduling Environment
Many companies have invested a lot in their job scheduling environments, but are bogged down by inefficient processes, incompatible systems, and a lack of

job competency definition  Costs in Your Job Scheduling Environment Many companies have invested a lot in their job scheduling environments, but are bogged down by inefficient processes, incompatible systems, and a lack of visibility. Through technology reuse and consolidation, you can reduce the time, money, and resources expended, while scaling to support enterprise-wide capacity. This white paper focuses on job scheduling challenges and presents a solution to upgrade your environment. Read More
How Analytics Can Drive Communications Service Providers to Gain a Competitive Edge
Analytics has moved from the specialty of a dedicated few to a necessity for groups of business professionals to do their job. This white paper considers the

job competency definition  professionals to do their job. This white paper considers the use of analytics and business intelligence (BI) for improving decision making in the telecommunications industry. It also examines the benefits of prebuilt analytic applications for achieving this objective across functions in a telecommunications organization. Read More
The Role of Sales Training Requirements Definition and Requests for Proposals in the Success of Technology Companies
The first step in choosing an effectiveness service provider (ESP) that best meets your company's needs is to develop a requirements definition. When used as a

job competency definition  sales training,effectiveness solutions provider,ESP,management,request for proposals,requirements,total cost of training,TCT Read More
A Guide to Successfully Deploying Enterprise Mobile Applications
Today, more and more companies are launching mobile applications, creating a mobile professional workforce across job roles and categories. This white paper

job competency definition  mobile professional workforce across job roles and categories. This white paper provides a framework for CIOs on how to create a mobile application strategy for their business. It gives a step-by-step guide to the different stages involved, from choosing a focus, to building and deploying, to the ongoing support of enterprise mobile applications. Read more. Read More
IP Telephony 101: The Utter Beginner’s Guide
Telephony. Sounds harmless enough.First, a definition from Merriam-Webster: “the use or operation of an apparatus (as a telephone) for transmission of

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