Sb_mani1980
Area Manager - Personnel
Catalyst
Assistant Manager Training
Ssingh11
Human Resource
Shraddha Nanavaty
Sr. Manager - L&d
Rajesh_k_singh
Officer - Hr (tata Projects Ltd. - 011 -

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Dear All,
I am working with TATA group as Officer - HR based out of Delhi. Can anybody help me out to make me understand what is skill matrix and how it is helpful in identifying training needs.
Regards,
Rajesh Kumar Singh
Officer - HR
TATA Projects Limited
# 9810058755[/b]

From India, New Delhi
hi,
Skill Matrix is nothing you can create a matrix which will have all the skills required to perform a certain job role eg. problem solving, decision making, MS office, team management etc.....
now you will rate each of them on these skills every 3-6 months (depending upon your need)
post that you will get whose standing at which level for required skills and based on that you can get concrete data for TNA.
you can nominate people for training who are not upto the mark for any given skill which is required for their role.
hope it clears some surface for you.....
cheers
sufian ahmed

From India
Hi Rajesh, I would suggest you to use HRIS for skill matrix. If you start updating skills of employees in xls sheet, after some period, its maintenance will become a tiresome activity.
From India, Bangalore
Sir,
Skill Matrix based on the work knowledge in the work environment, maximum of organization workman (employee) knowledge in the wok based to identify the need of skill matrix level.
By
M.Subramanian

From India, Madras
Hi Rsjesh, skill matrix is like a rubric whioch has certain evaluation criterias attached to it and post the evaluation u get - who needs to be trained in which area. cheers! shraddha
From India, Bangalore
HI RAJESH, i am attaching one skill matrix sheet for your reference. Regards, shweta
From India, Delhi

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