These are the question that any OSE HR Generalist should be able to handle:
- Discuss the critical reason and OSE perspective on why high performing individuals would want to volunteer their time when they could be getting paid for their time elsewhere.
- Discuss the difference between the ROI of recruiting ad-hoc contributors, OSE Developers, and Apprentices. A time investment is involved in both cases. We have found that ad-hoc contributors come and go. Our intent is to produce a deeper commitment by investing in training OSE Developers, as the payoff is greater in the longer term. However, there are also ad-hoc contributors in the project who have been making consistent contributors for many years, and these types of contributors are valuable.
- Discuss the profile of an SME person who is in a position to volunteer their time - successfully - with OSE. A fully employed, highly mission driven individual, without financial pressure.
- Discuss the critical challenge that OSE has faced with SMEs when developing GVCS technology. Industrial inertia of professionals insisting that we do things like everyone else in the industry is a persistent issue for innovation.
- What is the Development Template, how it works, and why is it important. The key behind is modular breakdown and microtasking. Process managers need to understand sequencing of development steps.