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Model of Linking Organization Goals to Employee Competence Management for Formal and Non-Formal Education Providers

  title={Model of Linking Organization Goals to Employee Competence Management for Formal and Non-Formal Education Providers},
  author={Uldis Zandbergs and Signe Brike and Dace Namsone and Anete Butkevica},
  booktitle={Doctoral Consortium/Forum@DB\&IS},
This paper presents an approach to describe the impact on competence management in organizations under the assumption that all competence management should be goal-oriented and serve the organization’s interests in reaching the goals. Ontology-based model is proposed to represent the interaction of goal setting and competence management. The related concepts of the model are described introducing development goals as a link between organization goals and competence management. The algorithm for… 

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