So you want to assess
your teams capability?

Given that the hardest part of developing
your team is knowing where to begin, this
is a great place to start.


SkillGap Analysis

The world’s leading assessment provider for those with
commercial responsibilities across Procurement,
Supply Chain and Contract Management.

Access best-in-class capability assessments and visualisations trusted by others like you, everyday.

SkillsGAP Analysis is the global leader in Assessments with tools adopted by both public and private sector organisations with over 20,000 assessments completed across Australia, United Kingdom, South America, New Zealand, Middle East and Asia.

Get the full picture of your procurement capability with procurement assessment solutions.

Get the full picture of your procurement capability

By assessing your skills, behaviours and knowledge, it builds a picture of
what you know against what you do and how you act.

1. What development needs exist?
Evaluate your procurement skills, knowledge and behaviours.
2. What options are the best options?
Prime personal development, helping your team members learn whilst on the job and develop their careers.
3. How are we performing against others?
Benchmark your team against other like-for-like organisations worldwide.
4. Where is our latent talent?
Uncover hidden potential. You can identify knowledge or talent of which you weren’t fully aware.
5. How are we performing against the global standard?
Measure uplift against others, against your own standard and against the IFPSM Global Procurement Benchmark.
6. Where should we spend our training money?
Target training budget ensuring you are spending your training dollar in the right areas, getting the most bang for your buck.
7. Is our training getting us the best results?
Evaluate impact of training getting increased return on training investment.

Plans do not deliver, people do.

Get to grips with the capability that exists within your organisation. Access these best-in-class capability assessments and visualisations trusted by others like you, everyday.

Understanding the Gaps

Five GREAT reasons to undertake a SkillsGAP Analysis!

  • Systematically
    determine the availability of skills across the team.
  • Discover
    whether your department is fully prepared to deliver the strategy.
  • Personalise
    your training plan with a move away from the ‘sheep-dip’ approach.
  • Solidify
    your return on investment in training by acquiring only that which is absolutely necessary.
  • Justify
    the need for training, headcount or additional services to fulfil the plan.

Could your organisation benefit from skills gap assessments?

 

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Ever Wondered what ‘good’ looks like ?

Benchmark your teams capability against the best of the best. With our unique SkillsGAP Analysis platform you can have your entire team assessed on skills, knowledge and behaviours to understand what development needs may exist.

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