DOING COMPETENCIES WELL: BEST PRACTICES IN COMPETENCY MODELING

@inproceedings{Campion2011DOINGCW,
  title={DOING COMPETENCIES WELL: BEST PRACTICES IN COMPETENCY MODELING},
  author={Michael A. Campion and Alexis A. Fink and Brian J. Ruggeberg and Aon Consulting and Linda L. Carr and G. Michael Phillips and Ronald B. Odman},
  year={2011}
}
The purpose of this article is to present a set of best practices for competency modeling based on the experiences and lessons learned from the major perspectives on this topic (including applied, academic, and professional). Competency models are defined, and their key advantages are explained. Then, the many uses of competency models are described. The bulk of the article is a set of 20 best practices divided into 3 areas: analyzing competency information, organizing and presenting competency… CONTINUE READING

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