Day One – Wednesday 14 September
11.00am to 12.30pm
F4 Developing Values
As most organisations have a value along the lines of "Developing People", this session looks at how this can be done efficiently in order to benefit individuals and the organisation.
Two different but structured approaches to identifying and building capability within the core business will be formally presented. Each approach will be supported by examples from different organisations. These methods will also be contrasted with traditional competency frameworks.
Based on a generally understood role, the two styles of capability framework will be drafted and contrasted through a facilitated process.
During the session, participants will share how their organisations have structured the development of capability within their core business. This will be an excellent opportunity for HR Professionals to share ideas and gain useful contacts in the area of capability development.
The introduction will include a simple warm up activity, where participants meet the people at their table, ideally seated in 6s or 8s.
In small groups, participants will have 5 minutes to come up with their definition. These will be presented back to the group, and a working definition provided.
So the key consideration is how to identify and build core business capability efficiently.
In small groups, participants will discuss how their organisations have structured the building of capability within their core business. This will be an excellent opportunity for them to share ideas and gain useful contacts.
This session presents two different but structured approaches to developing capability within the core business of an organisation. Each approach will be supported by examples from different organisations such as District Courts, Quotable Value, TVNZ, a consulting company. We will also consider how these methods complement or contrast the competency frameworks that some organisations have.
Working an Example
Sussan Ockwell is the director of Ockwell Learning Solutions, a learning and development consultancy established in 1988. The company provides Capability Frameworks and strategic learning and development solutions to the large corporates and government departments.
Over the years Sussan developed and refined Ockwell's methodology for the design and development of workplace learning solutions, and this has just been released as instructional design software package.
She has a Bachelor of Business Studies (Management) and a Diploma in Business Studies (Training & Development). She is a member of HRINZ and a member and past–executive of NZATD.
Sussan is an enjoyable and interactive speaker, known for her pragmatic rather than theoretical style.