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Hint: It’s the secret to the success of an organisation
A software-based skills matrix helps organisations identify and close skills gaps, helping them stay competitive for a long time.
A skills matrix is a visual tool that maps the required and current skills and competencies – and their levels – for a team, department or organisation.
Skills and competencies are the future of work. Competency mapping holds the key to making the most of them.
It’s easy to fulfill the requirements of the ‘Competence’ clause of ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 45001:2018
There is better ways to map skills than Excel, manual lists and skills matrix software from 1984
It’s the best way to future-proof your organisation in the post-Covid world
This approach will help you fill key roles from a wider talent pool among other things
Employees are burnt out and employers are disconnected from ground reality, according to recent reports. What is the way forward?
Employees who are given the freedom to apply their interests and passions to organisational needs will be more motivated and engaged, says the 2021 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends report.
As automation replaces humans in many jobs, the skills in demand will be those that technology cannot replace
Critical thinking and analysis, complex problem-solving and self-management skills are the skills of the jobs of the future, says a new report.
MuchSkills asks its users to list their job focus instead of job title for a reason.
In this blog, we list three articles on the future of work that we thought had interesting insights.
With data collected over almost two years, the most used softwares trend has grown. Figma still on top, Microsoft Excel up there as a preferred tool to help people succeed at their job.
With almost 2 years of data collected, our users have identified the hottest skills to keep an eye on such as Product Management, Design Thinking, Analytics, UX Design and lots more.
Visualised data helps us to detect patterns and trends, allowing us to make informed decisions.
History has shown us that global shocks usually trigger changes that tend to become an integral part of the post-shock world.
"At the core of it all, everyone just wants to do their best job". This is precisely what inspired us to start MuchSkills. We are now live and look forward to learning and growing with you.
The app can help hackathon participants find people with the skills they need within minutes.
Businesses will continue to see an increase in remote working and skills-based hiring as corporate leaders guide their companies through the Covid-19 storm.
The Coronavirus outbreak has entered its third year and many people are still working from home. Here’s a refresher about how to do it right.
As millennials enter managerial positions, they are fashioning organisations in their image.
55% of companies say they need help with basic people analytics, found the study.
Skills data will be key to the success of global efforts to insulate workers from technology-driven changes at the workplace.
While developing a skill set visualization tool, we did a lot of research, and here is what it says
Visualised data can tell better stories about individuals, teams and organisations than plain numbers or text. Use MuchSkills to get a clearer picture of the skills and skill sets available to you.
After working for multiple consultancies I realised there was a problem. People weren't always aware of each others skills and skill sets. I decided to create a solution.