Capability Model - Create - Capability Targets
When creating or editing a capability model, administrators can enable and define target proficiency levels for capabilities in a model. The target proficiency level represents the proficiency level that is required for the capability model. Administrators may define target proficiency levels for all users in the organization or for specific organizational units (OUs).
The proficiency levels that are available when setting proficiency targets are configured in Capability Preferences > Proficiency Levels. See Capabilities Preferences - Proficiency Levels.
To create a Capability Model, go to. Then, select the button.
To edit a Capability Model, go to. Then, select the link for the appropriate Capability Model.
|Capabilities - Capability Models Library - Edit
|Grants ability to access the Capability Models Library and create and edit Capability Models. This permission cannot be constrained. This is an administrator permission.
|Capabilities - Capability Models Library - Manage
|Grants ability to access the Capability Models Library and create, edit, and deactivate Capability Models. This permission cannot be constrained. This is an administrator permission.
Enable Capability Targets
Set Capability Targets for All Users
To set the same capability targets for all users who are included in the capability model, select Set capability targets for field.in the
When this option is selected, a single set of sliders are available with one slider for each capability. Select the target proficiency level for each capability. The selected targets are applied to all users in the capability model.
Set Capability Targets for Specific OUs
To set different capability targets for each organizational unit associated with the capability model, select Set capability targets for field.in the
When this option is selected, each organizational unit associated with the capability model will have a distinct set of sliders to set specific targets for each organizational unit. This method could be used to set a model for an entire department or team with different proficiency levels for different roles within that department or team. Similarly, this method could be used to set a model for a job type but require different proficiency levels for Junior or Senior titles.
When the lowest proficiency level is set as the target or when a target is not set for a proficiency, this indicates the skill is suggested for the role, but there is no target proficiency for the skill within the capability model.
The highest rating displays the customized level label for the highest proficiency level configured in Capability Preferences > Proficiency Levels. See Capabilities Preferences - Proficiency Levels.
Select thebutton to save the current model as a draft. The model does not impact any users' suggested skills until it is published.
Select the Skills You Might Have section of their Skills Profile. Users are not suggested any critical skills that they have already declared.button to save and publish the Capability Model. When a Capability Model is published, any user who is within the model's defined audience is provided the model's critical skills as suggested skills in the