[video width="1920" height="1080" mp4="https://skillstx.com/wp-content/uploads/SFIA_AssessmentScheme_announcement-1.mp4"][/video]   The SFIA Foundation have defined an accreditation scheme Category A: SFIA Accreditation for Individuals, for their knowledge and experience in using SFIA (including SFIA Practitioners, Consultants, Trainers and Assessors) Category B: Certification for Professionals whose skills and competencies are described using SFIA, and wish to be recognised for their Knowledge, Skill and Competency Category C: SFIA Accreditation for Organisations who use SFIA...

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We’re valuing the wrong things, or some of the right things but in the wrong proportions!   Value?   Value-stream mapping is all the rage in the technology world, and rightly so. IT should always be about the outcomes that we deliver or enable for our business and our customers or other stakeholders. IT for IT’s sake is pointless – a little like having a car but not being...

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is belief enoigh when it comes to digital skills

The mere belief you have sufficient digital skills may not be enough, you need the data to back it up. According to a 2018 survey “Only 16% of executives believe their teams have the capabilities to deliver their digital strategy” The survey reported that less than half (45 per cent) of executives are confident in their own digital skills and ability to lead their organization in the digital...

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Objective vs Subjective

When trying to compare tools or approaches to assessments, interviews etc., sometimes the question comes up about the difference and benefits of 'objective' vs 'subjective'. Unfortunately some of the responses and content on this subject are quite misleading, and often the wrong questions are asked.     Definitions   First, let's start with understanding the definition of these terms:   Subjective: Based on or influenced by personal feelings, tastes, or opinions. ‘his views are...

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