RMI Survey Series for Resource Management
The Resource Management Institute conducts a series of short surveys to help professionals compare and contrast their Resource Management operations to their peer groups. Participants who complete these short surveys will receive the consolidated data back after the survey closes. This unique and resource management specific research information targets the IT services industry overall including enterprise IT departments, professional and consulting services, and field and support services organizations. Each survey in the series explores various aspects of running Resource Management operations.
Skills Tracking and Management
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In our last two research surveys on skills tracking and management, we learned the majority of organizations feel their skills tracking and management capabilities is an area for improvement. In addition to process deficiencies, the technology supporting skills tracking and management, while improving, needs to provide more flexibility, actionable data, and reduce dependencies on spreadsheets and other separate tools. There are clear best practices for creation, maintenance, and management of skills databases to support Just-in-Time Resourcing® capabilities. This research survey will focus on this area as a critical gap for the industry as a whole to improve upon and progress. It also serves as a competitive benchmark for resource management.
It only takes a few minutes to complete the survey and participants will receive a complimentary copy of the research report when it’s published.
Completed Research Reports
The below surveys have closed. Thank you to everyone who participated. RMI members can click on the survey name to view the research report. Not an RMI member?
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