Applying a Structured Process and Software to Technical Talent Management



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  • April 24, 2014
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  • Brian Peoples
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In 2014, APQC held its 19th annual Knowledge Management conference. Lockheed Martin presented the ways that they use process and software for their technical talent management program. Understanding that Lockheed Martin’s most valuable asset is the people with technical know-how of its products, technical talent management (TTM) is a process and software that is intended to help leaders manage their most critical talent. TTM enables the business to give its critical employees a greater feeling of value while providing an expertise “road map” for the next generation work force to help fuel their growth in the skills that are critical to the business. In these slides, organizations can learn how to apply the structured process for defining critical skills, identifying  expertise and future experts, quantifying levels of expertise, measuring skill gaps within the organization, and building a business rhythm to help manage critical skills and expertise. 

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