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TEDS Celebrates 20th Anniversary
Date:9/15/2009

Company marks two decades of achievements in Human Capital Development

Atkins, VA (PRWEB) - Twenty years ago, Joseph F. (Joe) Ellis recognized and defined a phenomenon that was causing critical market shifts: the rapidly accelerating rate of change in the demands on business. Markets and businesses were in constant flux caused by rapid advances in technology, increased competition, and expansion of government regulation. Change was occurring at ever increasing speed and on an ever greater magnitude. Companies struggled to deal with both the depth and rapidity of change.

Joe's recognition and understanding of this phenomenon launched his quest for a solution to address the impact of change and its effect on the workforce - and eventually led to the first fully-integrated Talent Management System, TEDS®.

The challenges that businesses experience as a result of frequent and rapid fluctuation required more than a short-term fix that would fade in a few years' time because it did not address the real problem, Joe Ellis theorized. Businesses that fail to adequately address new market pressures are sure to face declining market share, losses in profit, and regulatory fines. To succeed, Joe believed, businesses must have a long-term solution that addresses change. They need a lasting solution that will stand the test of time.

"My journey," says Joe, "led to the development of a theory and practical application that helps organizations manage this change and achieve business results. My software solution focused on managing a key resource: the workforce. To recognize the innovative focus on workers, I called the solution People Resource Planning (PRP)©. It was based on years of consulting with Fortune 500 companies. In the early 1990s, I worked with a Fortune 500
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