Transparency and Transfer of Individual Competencies - A Concept of Integrative Competence Management
Kai Reinhardt (Fraunhofer Institute for Factory Operation and Automation IFF Magdeburg, Germany)
Klaus North (University of Applied Science Wiesbaden, Germany)
Abstract: The present state of research on competence management does not provide any suitable model that can be used in practice. Neither results from organizational nor from cognitive and social sciences meet the requirements for an application-oriented competence management completely as yet. An integrative competence management must be able to synchronise individual with organisational competencies. This linking is still neglected in research. A convenient solution has not been described yet. This article presents a model for an integrated competence management model, which gives approaches from both cognitive science and organizational science a practical framework of action.
Keywords: competence based view, competence management, competence profiling, competence transfer, knowledge management, resource based view, skill management
Categories: A.1, H.1, H.1.1, H.3, H.3.1, H.3.3, H.4, H.4.1, I.2.4, I.2.6, K.4.3, K.6.1