Competence Systems

@inproceedings{Lindgren2002CompetenceS,
  title={Competence Systems},
  author={Rikard Lindgren},
  year={2002}
}
Today, more and more organizations rely upon the competencies of their staffs. This increasing reliance on competence has triggered many organizations to implement competence systems in order to support staff allocation and competence development. Competence systems can be characterized as systems that describe and present measures of individuals’ competencies. Even though the implemented competence systems are seemingly well-designed, it is apparent that such systems are only sporadically used… CONTINUE READING

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