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Senior Project - SKID


Skills Inventory Data Base

Senior Project: 1991-1992
Carlotta Egiz, Walter Fortson, Renee Reinke and Martin (Marty) Scholes
Programming Systems
Boulder, CO

IBM has collected skill information for employees. This skills inventory is used to plan education, find expertise, and promote technical vitality. The skills are collected by level from low (no experience) to high (capable of teaching). There are approximately 200 skill codes which may change with time. The purpose of the project was to develop a user-friendly system which would allow the skills inventory to be searched by skill code (to determine which employees met certain skill requirements), by department (to produce various reports on the skills exhibited by individual departments), or by individual (to produce various reports on an individual's skills). The software needed to allow individuals to update their skill inventory as their expertise evolved. Finally, the project needed to allow for the update of the skills inventory, as new skills, departments, and employees were added to the database. The project was developed using the OS/2 Database Manager.

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