Recent trends have indicated Capability Management to be gaining impetus as one of the most critical skills on the business front. Organisations need managers who can understand & manage capabilities that truly impact business performance and align their decisions accordingly. Capability Management has its links not just to people planning & learning but to the business in entirety.
In this workshop you will learn what “Capability Management” encompasses, implementation of the Capability Management framework and skills to manage capability better.
- What is Capability Management?
- Introduction to Capability Management Framework
- Required skills to manage capability better
- Understand what “Capability Management” encompasses and how it manifests itself in organisations
- Ways to converge Learning with Capability Management
- Know what organisations are doing for “Capability Management”
- Develop skills that help understand an Organisations money making process
- Live projects or case studies form the backbone of our workshop.
- Extensive “hands-on” use of technology platforms.
- Blended design with pre and post-classroom virtual sessions to reinforce learning
- Sophisticated team based online simulation
- Online resources
- Duration – 1 day F2F + ½ day virtual
Managers and senior professionals from
- Capability Management
- Human Resources
- Learning and Development
- Organisational Development, People and Culture
- Workforce planning
- Sydney – TBC
- Melbourne – TBC
What to Get
Jeevan Joshi—Founder LearningCafe & Director KnowledgeWorking. Jeevan over 18 years of experience in the management of the learning and HR functions. He has combined a strategic and “hands on” approach to assist organisations design and transform the learning and HR functions through new business and delivery models. His expertise is fuelled by his passion for learning, anticipation of technology trends, and a focus on costs effective solutions. Jeevan has an MBA in HR from XLRI, Masters in Biotechnology and is a Non-Executive Director at Independent Living Centre (NSW). He was entrepreneurial experience and worked in various roles as a consultant or manager for PWC, Deloitte, Boots Pharm, Westpac, St George Bank, Royal Australian College of Physicians.