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Core Competence for Sustainable Competitive Advantage | Ján Papula and Jana Volná – 01
Author links open overlay panel Robert L. He received his D. Theory and Practiceand Journal of Business Research.
In this paper, we present a model of employee competencies as a means to organizational competitiveness and discuss various frameworks for identifying employee competencies. Abstract Competencies in organizations can be broadly classified as employee-level and organizational-level.
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Our analysis shows that IS may play an important role in enabling firms to develop and leverage these organizational competencies. Vitae Download full-size image Michael J.
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To explore the potential IS linkage to organizational competencies, we examine whether and to what extent IS can be used to foster and facilitate the development and utilization of three types of organizational competencies at the operational level: We discuss research and managerial implications of the competency-based framework for the strategic management of IS.
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Building on the resource-based research that links distinctive organizational competencies to sustainable competitive competitive advantage and competency pdf download, we argue that the potential contributions of IS to competitive advantage can be understood in terms of their impact on the development and utilization of distinctive organizational competencies.
His current research interests include IT impact on knowledge management, organizational competencies, managerial capital formation, and international strategic alliances. He received his Ph.
Download full-size image Augustine Adfantage. In addition to the traditional frameworks, which are more suitable for organizations functioning in a static environment, we offer two alternative competitove that can be useful in identifying competencies in a dynamic organizational environment. Abstract In this paper, we offer competitive advantage and competency pdf download competency-based view of how information systems IS can be used to achieve competitive advantage.
Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution. In this paper, we offer a competency-based view of how information systems IS can be used to achieve competitive advantage.
Download full-size image Michael J. Once appropriate employee-level competencies are identified, a competency-based human resource system can be implemented to ensure that employees actually do possess the identified competencies.
His current research in the strategic management of information technology focuses on the impact of information systems on organizational competencies, organizational learning, organizational innovation, and knowledge competitlve.
Competencies in organizations can be broadly classified as employee-level and organizational-level. Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution.
Since organizational-level competencies are embedded in employee-level competencies, the identification of the latter is important for organizations interested in using competencies to achieve competitive advantage.