People Insight

The latest People Insight Podcasts from Cognisco

What are the benefits? – Increased awareness of Health and Safety issues and practices across the organisation – Greater level of reporting of minor incidents (which if left unchecked often result in a serious incident) – Reduction in formal training costs – Reduction in time spent “off the job” by employees – Faster and more

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  Introduction   While operational risk, defined as “the risk of loss resulting from inadequate or failed internal processes, people and systems or from external events”, are the key aspects of regulatory compliance in the financial services sector, operational risk does not ultimately give much weighting to how “People Risk” effects compliance.  For those sophisticated

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Cognisco use Multiple Response Questions (MRQs), but what are the differences and similarities between these questions and Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs).  They are similar in respect that they both comprise of a question stem with numerous responses.  The differences, however, are: Multiple Choice Questions   MCQs give the individual taking the assessment a number of

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What are the benefits? Typically our clients see benefits in the following areas: – Reduction in serious case incidents – Critical Skills gap analysis – Rapid diagnostic of areas of weakness, risk or concern – Auditable data for improved governance and compliance – Immediate efficiencies in training and development – Informative and insightful dashboard and

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Reading Time: 2 Minutes   An Executive Summary: Introduction The Leading London Trust and Cognisco formed a partnership in 2009 to develop assessments to support midwifery with their new innovative approach to skills and drills training. The assessments were used as a means to evaluate the impact of the training in terms of learning and

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There are many factors that encompass People Risk in organisations from employees not following procedures, systems, processes and rules of the organisation to individual and organisational human factors. One of the unpredictable areas of being human is that we can at times deviate from expected behaviours, deliberately or not or what we may call human

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