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Management competencies and organizational performance in CEE
Petra Šparl, Anja Žnidaršič, Helmut Kasper, Jürgen Mühlbacher, Jure Kovač, 2013, original scientific article

Abstract: Today management competencies are seen as the only long-term strategic advantage of any company. However, from corporate experience we know that only 10 % of the knowledge acquired is transferred into entrepreneurial practice. Current trends in management development often overemphasize individual learning and ignore the missing fit between individual behavior and organizational performance. To meet these demands, we collected competency attributions of managers attending executive courses in Austria and Slovenia. A questionnaire with closed and open question will help to explore and compare the relation between organizational performance and current management competencies in these countries. The results confirm our predictions to a lesser extent. However, they represent a basis for further examination of the relationship between managerial competencies and organizational performance.
Keywords: classes of competencies, competency-based theory, competency management
Published: 30.12.2015; Views: 357; Downloads: 23
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Personality: blessing or curse?
Michael Forster, Philipp Parrer, Nina Maria Wöss, 2013, original scientific article

Abstract: This paper is based on a study which investigates the relevance of management competencies in Austrian organizations, focusing on start-ups. The study as well as the existing literature confirms that personal competencies such as ambition, selfconfidence or assertiveness are perceived as more important by start-ups than by established companies. However, further results of the paper show that especially leadership competencies play a major role in developing a growing start-up whereas personal competencies fade into the background and can even have a negative impact on turnover growth. In general, the paper discusses special characteristics of competence classes for start-ups and examines differences and similarities in comparison to established companies. As it has already been indicated, the evidence leads to different and surprising considerations for entrepreneurs and growing start-ups.
Keywords: classes of competencies, entrepreneurship, start-up
Published: 04.05.2018; Views: 214; Downloads: 30
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