Jim Graber, PhD

HR & Cross-Functional SME

Jim is an organizational psychologist specializing in organization talent management and technology. He has worked for more than 100 domestic and international clients, including private sector organizations such as McDonalds, United Airlines, Commonwealth Edison, General Motors, and Panasonic, and public sector organizations such as the U.S. Navy, the City of Chicago, and the Australian Air Force.

Jim manages the design and development of the focus talent management (TM) software suite. He is also a consultant, assisting organizations with Performance Management, Employee Development, Career Management, Succession Planning, Multi-rater 360-degree Employee Assessments, Behavioral Interviewing, Competency Modeling, and Workforce Planning. Jim also assists organizations to select talent management technology solutions best suited to their needs.

Jim co-authored Competency-Based Training Basics (American Society of Training and Development - ASTD, 2010) and Lean but Agile: Rethink Workforce Planning and Gain a True Competitive Edge (American Management Association- AMACOM, 2012). He is currently completing The Competency Toolkit (HRD Press, 2013). Jim has taught at 4 universities and is a frequent presenter at professional conferences.

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Jim Graber, PhD

Jim Graber, PhD

HR & Cross-Functional SME

Jim is an organizational psychologist specializing in organization talent management and technology. He has worked for more than 100 domestic and international clients, including private sector organizations such as McDonalds, United Airlines, Commonwealth Edison, General Motors, and Panasonic, and public sector organizations such as the U.S. Navy, the City of Chicago, and the Australian Air Force.

Jim manages the design and development of the focus talent management (TM) software suite. He is also a consultant, assisting organizations with Performance Management, Employee Development, Career Management, Succession Planning, Multi-rater 360-degree Employee Assessments, Behavioral Interviewing, Competency Modeling, and Workforce Planning. Jim also assists organizations to select talent management technology solutions best suited to their needs.

Jim co-authored Competency-Based Training Basics (American Society of Training and Development - ASTD, 2010) and Lean but Agile: Rethink Workforce Planning and Gain a True Competitive Edge (American Management Association- AMACOM, 2012). He is currently completing The Competency Toolkit (HRD Press, 2013). Jim has taught at 4 universities and is a frequent presenter at professional conferences.