Feeling the pressure of being asked to deliver more with less?
Organizations and functions, including HR, operate in a dynamic environment marked by increases in both service delivery requirements and resource constraints. Performing effectively in such challenging settings requires workers to have the right knowledge, skills, and abilities. Yet budget reductions are resulting in significant cuts to training programs aimed at establishing and maintaining a skilled workforce.
Organizations must respond by identifying key competency gaps among workers in mission critical occupations and directing training funds to the areas with highest impact to their customers and mission. They then must demonstrate the value gained from their training investments to justify current and future funding, comply with internal/external reporting requirements, and address public scrutiny for greater efficiency and accountability.
About our presenter:
Dr. Kenneth (Ken) J. Reynolds
Founder & Chief Economist
BAM Analytics, Inc. "Business Analysis and Modeling"
Dr. Reynolds is an experienced, innovative, applied microeconomist collaborating with C-Suite, intermediate, and local leadership levels to measure organizational, program, and individual performance against, defined, mission aligned, strategic goals, and business outcomes. Dr. Reynolds has over 20 years of professional experience as a performance-based measurement consultant and technical leader for the RAND Corporation and SRA International using economic and statistical analyses combined with applied econometrics (descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive analytics). Currently Dr. Reynolds is Founder and Chief Economist at BAM Analytics and is a former Adjunct Professor of Economics at George Mason University where he taught defense economics and applied graduate and undergraduate econometrics.
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