Our methodology combines four primary elements to improve your workforce performance:
Point of Performance Learning
We size and position learning opportunities to align with your acquisition mission activities. From our extensive inventory of learning modules, we select and focus content to address your unique workforce and mission needs. Utilizing hands-on workshops, we provide participants opportunities to apply their learning to their own acquisition challenges. For example, a team challenged with a source selection will learn and practice how to evaluate proposals prior to proposal receipt and will apply that learning immediately to the real proposals received. This is a simple model of learn, practice, do.
Acquisition Team Development
Teams often come together from different parts of an organization, with different priorities and skill sets. Therefore opportunities to develop communication, negotiation, and conflict management skills in addition to acquisition skills will improve the team’s ability to work together efficiently and effectively and will result in better outcomes. This approach focuses on all members of the acquisition team because successful acquisition is a team effort.
With a “learn, practice, do” approach, it’s essential to provide expert support for the doing to ensure the job is done right. Our acquisition experts will provide advice and insight to guide the team throughout their acquisition challenge. These experts are prior government acquisition leaders, level III certified in contracting and/or program management, and highly experienced in defining requirements, developing acquisition strategies, leading source selections, and managing contracts. They have been there, done that—successfully.
Job Aides & Tools
In order to save time and contribute to a repeatable process that enables an accurate, consistent, and complete output, we provide job aides and tools fitted to your organization’s needs.
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Don't miss "Strengthening the Acquisition Workforce: Focus on the Task at Hand" in the July 2015 issue of NCMA's magazine, Contract Management. Read the article.
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