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  • 1. Chennai, India February, 2010
    • 3D Capabilities Profile
    • Construct of our unique capabilities
    • A comprehensive and structured frameworkof capabilities

2. We are unique Our capabilities profile is unique Our development needs are unique Understanding our capabilities will help us develop our talent 3D Capabilities profile will help us construct our capabilities leading to multiple development purposes 3. Salient features of 3D Capabilities Profile Takes us step by step from a higher / macro to a lower / micro level in a systematic manner Structured Covers all aspects of our talent professional and non professional Comprehensive Covers talent of human beings irrespective of background, age, profession etc. Universal 4. Construct of our capabilities profile

  • We were born with some unique skills, aptitudes, talents etc.
  • We went to schools where we were imparted knowledge in different areas. Initially the areas were common, then in later part we chose different different subjects
  • We entered into career life going into different industries, areas or functions based on interest and opportunities
  • Throughout the career at different stages we further built our knowledge, skills in different areas

All of these determine our capabilities 5. Construct of our capabilities Industries- you have worked in Experience Functions- you are qualified / trained in Rolesand related responsibilities you have taken Roles Skills and knowledge clusterunique to the functions Specializations Functional / Technical skillsassociated with the specializations Skills Behavioural skillswhich defines how you relate to others Business/management skillsin managerial or leadership roles Avocational skillsyour non professional skills 6. Construct of our capabilities -element 1 Industries Examples: Automobile, Pharmaceuticals, Food etc.Every industry employs people from different functions Experience Functions Examples: HR, Sales, Software development, ArtsPeople in one function could be employed in more than one industry Every industry and function requires their own unique knowledgeand skills 7. Construct of our capabilities -element 2 Roles are not the same as designations and titles Same designation / title in different companies can mean different things. Project manager in one company may one thing and in another company something else Roles Roles are a combination of responsibilities one is expected to take to fulfill the goals of the assignment Universally (irrespective of levels or functions) There are six clusters of responsibilities 8. Construct of our capabilities -element 2 Universally (irrespective of levels or functions) There are six clusters of responsibilities Roles Individual contribution Every individual irrespective of age, function, take up a mix of these responsibilities in different proportions People management Operations Selling Business management Subject matter expertise Different roles require different set of skills 9. Construct of our capabilities -element 3 Within a function we have a variety of areas in which we can specialise. In medical field we have many areas of specialisations, so also in law, in engineering, in any function Specialisation Different specialisations require knowledge and skills which are unique to that specialisation. One specialising in Income Tax needs to have knowledge different from one specialising in Excise or Customs Our interests guide us in the areas we specialise within our function 10. Construct of our capabilities -element 4 We have four different kinds of skillsSkills 1. Functional/Technical Example: Programming in C, Journalism, Orthopedic surgery All the four together makes us complete 2. Behavioural Example: Communication, Interpersonal, working in teams 3. Business/Managerial Example: Managing finance, operations, strategy 4. Avocational Example: Dancing, Singing, Cooking 11. So thats the construct of Capabilities profile How do we use it? 12. Applications of capabilities profile Helps us take a stock of where we are and where we want to go and therefore focus our efforts Rightplanning Match the right job/role to our talent profile and further the skills required in the role/job Rightjob Help us identify the areas we want to develop professional or otherwise based on interests and aspirations Right training 13. Capabilities Profiler in Training Orbit You walk through the talent construction process step by step Guided Whichever function you may belong to, the tool will help you Comprehensive 5 minutes is all that you would need to construct your talent profile Simple 14. 3D Capabilities Profile Construct of our talent fostering our growth and development Brought to you by 15. Thank You