Skilltree. 🌳

Track skills. Communicate which skills are core to your business, or hot and up-and-coming. Set goals.

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Keep track of what your team knows. They get to keep track of what's worth knowing.

Ok, with modern design's obligatory flat human scene out of the way, let's talk Skilltree! Most companies do track their employee's skills -- well, one person does, anyway. Therein lies the problem!

Skilltree's all about paving a two-way street right over that spreadsheet your boss manages (or maybe you manage), and giving everyone access to it. Inside Skilltree, the skills core to the business as well as the up-and-coming ones you'd like to invest in are communicated to everyone from the company. Meanwhile, communicating what people know and what they'd like to know better comes from, well, your people!

Check these out, and then we'll talk some more!

"My Skills" page for each teammate

Goals tracking per team

See skills and contributions for each teammate

Skill tracking is best done collaboratively

If you were to ask them, right now, could your boss identify the skills you've gained since starting with your company? Could you? Can you list the skills that matter most to your company, and if you can, would your coworker answer the same way?

If not, Skilltree can help! Skilltree is a place where everyone on your team can be on the same page about what skills each other knows, and what skills the company cares most about -- whether those be core business skills or hot, new skills the team needs to start exploring.

Communicate What's Important

Within Skilltree, you can mark skills as "core" or "hot", which all team members can see. Core skills are esential to your business. Hot skills aren't essential to your business, but rather skills you've identified as worth gaining some familiarity with.


Skilltree gives you a place to discover who knows what: whether you're seeking help from someone with more experience and aren't sure who to ask, or looking teammates with skills well-suited to a new project your team just landed.

Set Goals

Within Skilltree, you can set goals for certain skills your team needs to level up. This can be to combat internal knowledge silos, or just to stay ahead of your competitors. Goals can be set at all levels of your organization.

Track Progress

Skilltree makes it easy for individual teammates to track all that they know, and what they'd like to know better. All while keeping an eye on core skills, hot skills, and team goals.

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