Bridget A. Hogg's research while affiliated with British Telecom and other places

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Begins by outlining McKinsey's Seven S Framework, applying it to the telecommunications industry, and concluding that it is the skills of the people which will give one company competitive advantage over another. Describes a two-year research project which examined the relative value placed on 22 management competences by managers in six European t...

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... For example, competence is quantifiable as predictive competence (i.e., testing the characteristics and aptitudes that are likely to differentiate superior performers), organizational core competencies (i.e., aggregates of capabilities, where synergy is created that has sustainable value and broad applicability for an organization), proven competence (i.e., a real and demonstrated ability to successfully carry out some activity which is totally identified), as well as adaptive competence (i.e., the ability to read a new situation and adapt/apply appropriate competences). Hogg (1993) argues that predicting a person's competences based on performance is impossible. Other researchers believe that competencies are the factors that affect the success of performance in a job or situation. ...