Global information technology company
Issues: Consulting tools, methodologies, and associated education packages were made available to the practices, but selection and administration of appropriate, relevant education was left up to the practice and, often, to the individual consultant.
No one was available to help an individual consultant select the most appropriate mix of development resources to meet the requirements of his/her experience level and previous education. Yet, the consulting group did not want to set up a global education management bureaucracy.
Solution: FLI created a computer-based, curriculum assessment tool to help individual consulting group managers and consultants diagnose their own education requirements. By following the instructions generated by the tool, users identify appropriate education components for personal development and, at the same time, avoid education that is unneeded of redundant with past experience. The curriculum assessment tool serves as an automated "mentor," helping each user generate his/her own, personal education path.
Business Results: The toos has been implemented in
Asia, Europe, Latin America, and North America. Feedback from managers and consultants has
|Curriculum Assessment Tools|
|New Technology Adoption|
|Develop Customer / Client Partnerships|
|Project Management Methodology|
|Introduce a New Product|
|Enter a New Market|
|Introduce a New Information System|
|Change the Sales Approach|