Quotation Simon, Bernd. 2010. Why Corporations Should Rather Care about Competency Management - Instead of Focusing on Learning Management. Professional Training Facts, Stuttgart, Deutschland, 21.10.


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IT-based competence management comprises different facets of developing an organisation's excellence. At the strategic level it can be a kind of cockpit that gives hints concerning performance gaps of staff for existing HR tools. At the operational level it reveals potentials of employees by assessing individuals' capacities to cope with a job in a satisfying way. Modern competency management systems take learning management one step further and improve the quality of learning by offering a variety of monitoring possibilities that contribute to a higher learning transfer. This track presents different approaches of IT-based competence management as well as examples of competence-based learning activities. Challenges and requirements of how and in which way the 'two worlds' can be integrated for the benefit of better applications for organisations are discussed.

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Status of publication Published
Affiliation WU
Type of publication Unpublished lecture
Language English
Title Why Corporations Should Rather Care about Competency Management - Instead of Focusing on Learning Management
Event Professional Training Facts
Location Stuttgart, Deutschland
Date Oct. 21, 2010
URL http://www.professional-training-facts.com/

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