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A Focused Issue on Identifying, Building and Linking Competences

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The papers in this volume explore key challenges in identifying, building, and linking competences within and between organizations. The first paper describes a facilitated process through which managers may identify an organization's current competences and assess which of its capabilities may constitute the 'core' of its distinctive competences. Subsequent papers elaborate basic issues in building organizational competence, including balancing the exploration of new competences and the exploitation of current competences, creating strategic options through competence building, linking the capabilities of alliance partners to target and build new competences, using product architectures in building and maintaining competences, the recursive nature of competence building processes, and the nature and role of management processes in competence building. A final paper analyzes the intellectual structure of and influences within the competence-based management perspective.



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Features a collection of papers that explores the challenges in identifying, building, and linking competences within and between organizations. This title includes a paper that describes a facilitated process through which managers may identify an organization's competences. It also explains basic issues in building organizational competence.

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Titel: A Focused Issue on Identifying, Building and Linking Competences
Editor:
EAN: 9781849509909
ISBN: 1849509905
Format: Fester Einband
Genre: Management
Anzahl Seiten: 272
Gewicht: 577g
Größe: H240mm x B161mm x T19mm
Jahr: 2010
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