Capability Matrix Talent Management: Training Back

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<p><strong>York, England &mdash; May 15</strong><br />Effective targeting of training within the organization is about to become more accurate, thanks to the development of an online talent management system.<br /><br />Developed by U.K. learning management specialist MyKnowledgeMap, Capability Matrix is a customizable capability and skills management system that lets employees assess their skills and skills gaps, enabling employers to pinpoint support to people and departments in most need.<br /><br />Its flexibility allows users to create, manage and deliver custom skills gap assessments to fit an organization&#39;s development strategy and culture.<br /><br />Capability Matrix can create capability and training needs assessments based on nationally recognized competency maps (National Occupational Standards). </p><p>It enables the production of customizable assessments and targets set by job role or team.<br /><br />The system can deliver assessments and produce individual capability reports, as well in-depth organizational reports identifying what capabilities are available and where they are concentrated, as well as where should training be targeted. </p><p>It also can scope in team or job functions for detailed views of capabilities and training needs.<br /><br />Available for customer corporate intranet use or as a secure hosted service on the Web, Capability Matrix can be custom developed with competencies and capabilities specific to user organization/industry needs.<br /><br />Alternatively, it is available &quot;off the shelf&quot; and pre-loaded with a range of skills sets, including sales, marketing, communications and more.<br /><br />Capability Matrix launches this June, following successful 2006 trials with the NHS, the British Council, West Lothian Council and a consortium of U.K. retail bodies.</p>

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