The Third Edition of the Future Capability Reference Framework concentrates on Human Capability Standards.

These are the non-technical worker and leadership capabilities that will form over 62 per cent of all future job profiles.

Human Capability Standards
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Human Capability Standards

The third edition of the Future Capability Reference Framework concentrations on Human Capability Standards. These are the non-technical worker and leadership capabilities that will form over 62% of all future job profiles.

It has its foundations in 20 years of international research, and one of the largest collection of research derived from public and private sector clients developing capability frameworks that span most Australian and New Zealand industries and global professions.

Working Futures® has been writing, calibrating, validating and sharing the leadership and management, and human capability standards with other developers to accelerate the readiness of individuals and workforces for the future. As a reference framework it is available for free under a global commons license for internal use, initial evaluation or for non-commercial products, e.g., education, professional recognition, assessment.

Commercial users can contact Working Futures™ to gain rights to use or modify the framework for their company or commercial ends (AUS$2500), or to distribute a variation of the framework (national – AUS$5000, global AUS$10,000). All use is subject to acknowledgement of the original copyright origins and voluntary participation in a global community already providing feedback that improves the standards through evidence-based research.