Developing competency models to promote integrated human resource practices

@inproceedings{Rodriguez2002DevelopingCM,
  title={Developing competency models to promote integrated human resource practices},
  author={Donna J. Rodriguez and Rita B. Patel and Andrea J. Bright and Donna Gregory and Marilyn K. Gowing},
  year={2002}
}
Today, competencies are used in many facets of human resource management, ranging from individual selection, development, and performance management to organizational strategic planning. By incorporating competencies into job analysis methodologies, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has developed robust competency models that can form the foundation for each of these initiatives. OPM has placed these models into automated systems to ensure access for employees, human resources… CONTINUE READING

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