Streamlining and simplification were top priorities. Our careers can go in so many different directions, so we wanted to present these possibilities in a way that felt personal and relevant.
Since there are also different kinds of decision-makers, we wanted to create something that would work for everyone. Some of us are very intentional; we know exactly what kind of job we want, we just need the tools to get there. And then others are free-spirits who might need more step-by-step guidance.
That’s why we created two ways to use Tracks. There’s a Generated option, which presents employees who are looking for a little more direction with an AI-populated track based on the skills gaps that they need to bridge to reach their desired role. And then there’s also a Self-Led choice, which allows users to pick which skills they want to build and improve, and then receive suggestions for opportunities to develop those capabilities.
Similarly, we understood that some people are looking to branch out, while others want to progress in their current domain, which is why Career Paths includes Popular, Desired, and Management options, so we can meet users where they’re at.