Developing a skills and competency management program helps with organizing and tracking the skills of your workforce, as well as ensuring that standard work is executed safely and correctly. This is especially useful in large companies, where manually maintaining individual worker records can be timely and expensive. Knowing the skills and competencies of their workforce allows managers to better assign tasks and fulfill specific roles, provide targeted training, and identify skills gaps.
The combination of a connected workforce and the digitization of skills management is helping manufacturers bridge the gap between training, skills, and standard work for today’s changing workforce.
With Smart Digitization, companies can deliver continuous value. More specifically, real-time workforce intelligence that can provide insights into training, guidance, and support needs, as well as provide real, actionable insights into continuous improvement opportunities.
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