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Stacey Jarrett Wagner launched the JarrettWagner Group, LLC in January 2008 to address the impact of human capital management issues on U.S. business competitiveness.  In winter 2011, she accepted the full-time position of Workforce Systems Manager at the U.S. Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Manufacturing Extension Partnership, where she developed a business/workforce alignment diagnostic software program for small manufacturers.  She has now returned to the JarrettWagner Group where she continues to provide thoughtful analyses and solutions for business-related workforce development challenges.

Stacey Jarrett Wagner is an expert at the creation, execution and implementation of cloud-based software programs aligning business goals with workforce investments. These analytic tools can help small businesses be confident that their hiring and training decisions align with the company's overall business strategy. This software can also be used to integrate regional workforce planning that leverages community, state and federal resources, foster stakeholder relationships, capitalize on 21st century training technologies and techniques, and secure investments for workforce development initiatives.

The JarrettWagner Group, LLC specializes in imaginative idea development and implementation for workforce issues such as business/workforce analytics, workforce capacity, alignment of workforce and economic development strategies, post-secondary education transitions and training, research and benchmarking for talent management, non-traditional worker strategies, workforce policy assessment and development, and partnering with philanthropic institutions.

Clients Choose us For Help With:

  • WRTP/BIG STEP for strategic planning and implementation. (2017)
  • California Manufacturing Technology Consulting (an MEP Center) to provide Biztiks benchmarking for the MEP's small manufacturers. (2017)
  • Workforce Central Manufacturers Peer Group to provide Biztiks benchmarking for the region's small manufacturers. (2017)
  • Partners for a Competitive Workforce to provide Biztiks to one of their small manufacturers. (2017)
  • U.S. Department of Labor/ETA/OA to provide coaching assistance to Maryland's Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation to support statewide apprenticeships and sector initiatives. (2015-2016)
  • U.S. Department of Commerce/EDA with New York University and Jobs for the Future to identify and align economic development programs across federal agencies and revise CEDS grant requirements to include workforce development. (2016-2017)
  • East Alabama Workforce Investment Network in strategic planning for a regional expansion of administrative oversight of Alabama's Regional Workforce Councils. (2016)
  • National Fund for coaching and technical assistance to place-based collaborations. (2008-2017)

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