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 [...]
RAISE THE BAR ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE Several years ago, the WorldAtWork association sponsored a research study titled “Raising the Bar – [...]
What is a Strategic Thinking Competency? Definition: Analyzing an organization’s competitive position and developing a clear and compelling vision of what the [...]
VALUES AND CULTURE PROMOTION One of eighteen competencies in Workitect's competency model for human resources professionals working in a global environment. It [...]
Five recommendations from FastCompany article "Why We Hate HR" for improving the effectiveness of HR: Say the right thing, Measure the right thing, Get rid of the 'social workers', Serve the business, Make value, not activity.
To get a sense of how business and human resources strategy might impact decisions about competency applications, companies were asked to state their primary business strategy objectives, how their HR strategies support these objectives and the intended purpose of implementing competency-based applications. Many of the findings apply to today and can provide insight into the challenges and opportunities facing organizations that are implementing competency frameworks and applications.
Do you know what makes for a successful competency model? It’s not so much the broader basics, such as having the right [...]
In the late '90s, the American Compensation Association (now WorldAtWork) sponsored a research study titled “Raising the Bar – Using Competencies to [...]