Keys to PI Implementation Success

Consider timeline + training needs

You’ve made the investment in The Predictive Index to optimize talent at your organization. Congrats! Now what?

There’s not a one-size-fits-all approach to introducing PI to an organization. Consider how to structure the rollout in a way that best suits your current and future employees:

What is the organization’s deadline for implementation?

Start by identifying the desired completion date and work your way backwards.

What are quick wins for the next 30-, 60-, and 90-days? What logistical or scheduling barriers may exist with getting those groups trained & assessed?

These could include PI training for key stakeholders and future champions; assessing employees, etc.

What other priorities are planned?

Over the next 6 months what are your organization initiatives? How will those interact or interfere with PI?

TIP: Start by evaluating your organization. Are you achieving your desired business result? If not, why? It boils down to people problems. Fix them with talent optimization.

PI implementation timelines can vary greatly depending on scope and complexity of your business. For example:

  • If you plan to use PI for hiring, expect that you can be up and running in as little as 1-week
  • If you bring The Predictive Index into your highly complex organization to optimize individuals, managers, teams, and strategy, a full implementation could take as much as 12 months.

Get with your PI consultant today and decide what your implementation timeline will look like.

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