"Skill Charts` Compilation" (WP 2)

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NOMET II
IN
Integrated human resources development and monitoring system for adding innovation capacity of labour force
and entrepreneurs of the metal engineering, machinery and apparatus sector
SKILL CHARTS’ COMPILATION
Dr. Jüri Riives
Human Resources (HM)
In most industries, it is now possible to buy on the
international marketplace machinery and equipment that
is comparable to that in place at the leading global firms.
Access to machinery and equipment is not the
differentiating factor. Ability to use it effectively is. A
company that lost all of its equipment but kept the skills
and know-how of its workforce could be back in business
relatively quickly. A company that losts its workforce, while
keeping its equipment, would never recover.
/ Robert McLean, Performance Measures in the New Economy (The
Premier's Council of Ontario, Ontario, Canada, 1995)/
Financial
Return of capital
employed
Customer loyality
Customer
On-time delivery
Internal/business
processes
Learning and
growth
/Robert S. Kaplan, David P. Norton/
Process quality
Process cycle time
Employee skills
and knowledge
HR and Strategy Implementation
HR
Strategic
Management
Balanced
Performance
Measurement
Employee
Strategic
Focus
Strategy
Implementation
Company
Performance
Knowledge
Management
System

Which strategic goals / objectives / outcomes are critical?

What are performance drivers for each goal?

How would we measure progress towards those goals?

What are the barriers to the achievement for each goal?

Is the HR function providing the company with the employee
competencies and behaviours necessary to achieve these objectives?

What needs to change?
Goals, objectives
People
Culture
Structure
Processes
The culture of an organisation can be defined as a set of
everyday values, beliefs, principles, attitudes of the
people in an organisation.
Skill chart composition
Description of the list of skills and knowledge
Country level
Skill chart
List of skills and knowledge Neede level Existing level
Professional
standards
Profession
Company
level
Process
Structure
Business chain & Key processes
1
Marketing
2
3
4
R&D
Process
Planning
Purchasing
D epartm ents
B oard
F inanc e
Innovation
M ark eting
P urc has ing
P roduc tion
Q uality
Logis tic s
S elling
S ervic ing
1
2
3
6
5
Production
P roc es s es
4
5
7
Logistics
6
Selling
7
8
8
Servicing
Two approaches
Criteria-centered approach
Flexibility
Innovativity
Profitability
Service
Output of skill
charts
Productivity
Customerbased
approach
Quality
Manufacturing
cost
Person-centered approach
Teamwork
Manpower
development
Feedback
Motivation of
empoyees
Staff
evaluation
objectives
Specification
of need for
training
Brainstorming
Improvement
of labor
efiiicienty
Obtaining
goals
Skill chart
Estimation of existing level  EVALUATION
Skill chart
List of skills and
knowledge
Needed level
Existing level
5
3
During the evaluation a guess value will be assigned onto management
of the organisation and its departments, and in another hand onto work
places and performance of the people working there.
During job evaluation will be estimated its complexity, specifity and
relevance to organisation in terms of its objectives and task performing.
At evaluation of staff members will be estimated their performance
appraisal, enabling to find correlation in terms of specific norms at
completing tasks.
Assessment chain (from target to appraisal)
Established
general targets
Productivity =>
Quality =>
Established
specific targets
 To
manufacture
20 shafts/h
Criteria
covering
specific targets
 General
knowledge of
industrial
 0% of defective
engineering
products
 Machining
 Max 2% of total
knowledge
quantity are
 Knowledge of
reworked
operational
defective
technology
products
Evaluation in
terms of skills
and knowledge
Evaluation
Based on
communicated
information
Based on work
performanceon
Staff member
to be evaluated
1
Immediate
boss
Colleague
Selfassessment
2
Personnel
manager
3
External audit
Examination
Skill chart composition
Estimations of needed level
General skills
 Work safety rules
 Language skills
D
L
Basic skills
 Knowledge of
materials
 Skills of reading
technical drawings
 Skills of use lifting
equipment
Staff member
to be evaluated
IT
IT
d
Ra
l
I
Skill chart
Area of competence
Needed level
l
II
Specific skills
 Knowledge of
selection inserts
 Knowledge of
manufacturing
technology
 Skills of measurement
technology
Existing
level
I
3
3
II
3
3
3
3
4
4
2
3
4
5
3
4
5
2
4
3
2
3
3
2
3
3
Marketing
Situation description
Marketing is not existing
or it is existing very
passive
Active marketing. Exist
marketing objectices for
different products and
regions
Exists marketing strategy
and/or marketing policies
1-2
3-4
5
Purchasing
Situation description
Experience-based
purchase
1
Random purchase
2
1-2
Small nomenclature of
materials
3-4
Average nomenclature
of materials
5
Large nomenclature of
materials
1-2
No subcontracting
3-4
Average subcontracting
5
Amount of
subcontracting is
significant
4
1-2
Semimanufactured
articles are not
purchased
3-4
Purchase of semimanufactured articles is
average
5
Purchase of semimanufactured articles is
significant
5
1-2
Supply chain is not
optimised
3-4
Inventories are
minimised
5
JIT (Just-In-Time)
Management
1-2
3-4
5
3
Purchase according
approved database
register
Product Development (PD)
Situation description
Inactive PD
1
Missing PD
2
1-2
PAD
3-4
2D and 2.5D CAD
5
3D CAD, FEM
3
1-2
Simple products
3-4
Products of average
complexity
5
Sophisticated products
4
5
Professional PD
1-2
3-4
5
Not based on
Average conventional
Complicated
engineering calculations engineering calculations engineering calculations
1-2
No dimension chain
calculations
3-4
Dimension chain
calculations are used
randomly
5
Dimension chain
calculations are
significant
1-2
3-4
5
Production Planning
Situation description
1
1-2
1-2
2
1-2
1-2
3
>50
1-2
4
>4
1-2
5
>10
1-2
6
1-2
1-2
7
Not at all
1-2
Number of main production processes
2-5
3-4
Number of manufacturing departments
2-5
3-4
Number of workers
51-150
3-4
Number of manufacturing technologies
4-8
3-4
Number of different products per year
11-50
3-4
Annual turnover (mill.EUR)
3-4
3-4
Use of ERP
Random
3-4
Over 5
5
Over 5
5
Over 150
5
Over 8
5
Over 50
5
Over 5
5
Systematic
5
Production
Situation description
Batch production
1
Mass production
Customised tailor-made
production
2
1-2
Automated machine
tools
3-4
CNC
5
Conventional machine
tools
3
1-2
Simple products
3-4
Products of average
complexity
5
Sophisticated products
4
1-2
Nonprecision products
3-4
Precision products
5
High-precision products
1-2
3-4
5

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