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Significant technology changes are underway—and it’s our responsibility to stay on top of all of these changes. With ISOT, we have only one aim—building unique features to drive results and help you move faster. Offer you maximum convenience so you can bring ideas to life sooner. Every new feature is created to help you overcome roadblocks.
For instance, IT-related skills categories has following subsections
Each of these subsections drills down further to cover skills terms in those subsections. So there are subsections for different categories of skills terms, including behavioural skills, and so on.
For instance, the subsection named programming is associated with other skills or skills categories in the skills ontology. So we can see seven different skills categories related to programming:
The Association or relationships of skills terms and skills categories in the skills ontology aim to help the user comprehensively map their skills.
Proven three-layer structure of the Skills Taxonomy
#1 – Uniqueness – Terms relating to skills are aggregated & normalized for synonyms and spelling differences.
Internet Marketing = Digital Marketing = Web Marketing
.Net = Dot Net = DotNet
#2 – Categorization – Grouping of terms into logical categories (like Programming Languages, Designing Tools, Managerial Activities, Engineering Standards e.g.)
#3 – Associations – Different skills and skills groups are associated to lead users to unique insights and better expression of skills.
Updation is the key
Constant updation to include emerging skills and deep dive into the existing ones is the real key. The entire process happens using battle-tested procedures and proprietary tools.<
- The new information from multiple sources is aggregated using proprietary tools using NLP and Machine Learning. Then these inputs are further analyzed for either to be included or better organized in the taxonomy.
- We gather rich insights with the help of subject matter experts in the specific domain. Eight years of research processes help us to cover maximum ground in the minimal possible time.
- ISOT has become even more robust from inputs from our existing users. We take ongoing feedback on the application, governance, and improvements to make it even more potent.
Want to know why most skills taxonomies fail?
One, they don’t have the competency to capture and utilize the overlapping skills. Some of them don’t have the expertise of subject matter experts, so they don’t have the data structures to make real human capital management solution that works in real life.
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You will be able to identify opportunities to support your organization’s progress and be data-driven—without overwhelming your team.
When you use every kind of data to innovate and make important business decisions, why shouldn’t you also use “skills data” to better map and improve processes for better human capital management?