Organisations from all industries are becoming aware of how good asset management competency delivers benefits across all areas of activity. This also applies to the development and maintenance of necessary skills and the competences critical for achieving operational excellence.
TWPL’s John Woodhouse highlights practical ways of developing appropriate competences in the article ‘Competence Development’ from the Institute of Asset Management’s (IAM) Assets magazine (November 2015).
Finding gaps, opportunities and priorities
The first step is the diagnosis of current strengths and weaknesses, not just against current needs, but in anticipation of future requirements. TWPL Academy provides an objective profile of the needs, using a systematic framework and well-established toolkit to ensure that the real priorities are identified.
The TWPL Academy requirements assessment aligns with the IAM Competences Framework and the GFMAM Landscape for Asset Management so the resulting development plans can be linked directly to independent certification schemes and knowledge sources.
TWPL is an IAM Endorsed Assessor, auditor and development facilitator for organisations wishing to develop their management systems and corporate maturity in asset management.
With a unique profiling toolkit and roadmapping service, we can help any organisation build a confident way forward.
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