GCF

The value of teamwork

It is very rare for anybody to be able to complete a productive activity in isolation.  We all need the cooperation of others at some point.  We can put up barriers to limit inter-action to inputs and outputs (e.g. to buy materials, retreat to a lonely cell to make a product then sell it through to a wholesaler) but it would be a static world, unable to progress and develop, if everyone worked in that way.  Not wanting to promote the cubicle world style of project management I firmly believe in the creation of effective teams to tackle all activities in the workplace.

Gradin Competence Framework

The Gradin Competence Framework (GCF) provides a complete lifetime progression of the necessary skills and competences that aid successful professional development and achievement.  Based on accepted management theory translated into everday business terms the GCF can be used by any organisation as a set of tools to manage the performance and development of its primary asset - its people.

The GCF is separated into 3 dimensions that describe 6 areas of competence...

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