Evaluating the differences Between Managerial and Executive level Personal Competencies - A critical analysis of select IT companies


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  • Malik Deenar Institute of Management Studies, Kumbla, Kerala, India

Abstract

This paper focuses on competency mapping. Competency mapping is a process an organization uses to identify and describe a competency which is critical to its success. This paper intends to understand the competencies of managerial and executive level employees in IT industry. This empirical study analyzes the difference between the personal competencies of executive and managerial level employees.

Keywords

Competency Mapping, Managerial and Personal Competency.

Subject Discipline

Operations/Production Management

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