Doing competencies well: Best practice in competency modelling

  • Campion M
  • Odman R
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Abstract

The purpose of this article is to present a set of best practices for com-petency modeling based on the experiences and lessons learned from the major perspectives on this topic (including applied, academic, and professional). Competency models are defined, and their key advan- tages are explained. Then, the many uses of competency models are described. The bulk of the article is a set of 20 best practices divided into 3 areas: analyzing competency information, organizing and present- ing competency information, and using competency information. The best practices are described and explained, practice advice is provided, and then the best practices are illustrated with numerous practical exam- ples. Finally, how competency modeling differs from and complements job analysis is explained throughout.

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Authors

  • Michael a Campion

  • Ronald B Odman

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