The Quick-Start Competency-Modeling program enables a competency dictionary licensee to build basic competency models using focus groups, supplemented with optional job task analysis interviews.
There are at least seven factors to consider before building job competency models and applications - factors that can make or break your best efforts.
Competency modeling has been taking place for more than four decades. In our consulting practice, our consultants have encountered companies using a [...]
Many companies are attempting to build their own competency models without the help (& expense) of external consultants. More than 1,000 HR [...]
When planning a competency model-building project, three distinctive types of models need to be considered: Single Job Competency Model One-Size-Fits-All Model Multiple [...]
Workitect's methodology for building models is based on the original job competence assessment (JCA) methodology developed in the 1970’s by Dr. David [...]
STEP 4 - DATA ANALYSIS AND CODING Previous blogs have described steps 1 through 3 in Workitect's competency modeling process. Step [...]
Project Planning is Step 2 of Workitect's process for building a job competency models. The key steps in planning a project to develop competency [...]