Most HR, talent, and learning professionals are looking for new ways to be data-driven and strategic about people development. The good news is that your people are generating valuable information every day about the skills they’re building and how they relate to your larger organization. So how can you access this information? It starts with skill data.
This handbook will teach you the basics of skill data by simplifying common terminology, providing use cases, and answering FAQs. Here’s what else you’ll learn:
- Different types skill data
- Where skill data comes from
- The difference between good and bad skill data
- Where skill data should be stored
- Examples of how skill data can be used
The true secret to being data-driven is not just about accessing data. It’s about understanding how to collect, analyze, and use it effectively so you can bridge the gap between learning initiatives and your organizational goals. It sounds daunting, but this guide keeps it simple.