Skills matrices clearly and concisely display the essential skills and/or competences that each staff member needs to have to carry out a certain task or activity. They also include an added dimension … this being his or her current level, but also the required or desired level for each skill or competence. This means you can use a skills matrix for planning daily operations based on individual ‘strengths’. Moreover, matrices are essential for managing your personnel’s skills across multiple disciplines.
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