Examining the Competency Mapping Interventions Impact on Enhancing Role Efficacy
Seemab Yasin () and
Zulqurnain Ali ()
International Journal of Academic Research in Accounting, Finance and Management Sciences, 2016, vol. 6, issue 4, 226-233
Dynamic individuals build dynamic associations and effective employees which represent the effectiveness of the organization. Capability of the employees assumes a key part to enhance overall efficiency of the organization. In this dynamic business environment, where every organization is continuously assessing competency requirements of different individuals to enhance role-efficacy and provide chances for individuals to grow their capabilities for future performance potential. The reason of present study was to examine the relation between competency mappings, work environment and role efficacy. This study have a support of a survey to explore a conception which is competency mapping, work environment and role efficacy in banking sector of Faisalabad, Pakistan. An analytical approach was implied to get empirical evidence to understand the impact of predictors of research on criterion. A structure questionnaire used to collect the responses from employees of banks. 150 questionnaires were distributed, out of which 121 returned, have properly filled with a response rate of 80.6%. A regression technique was applied to verify the proposed hypotheses. Results suggested that proposed model is Good fit and indicated the significant and positive relationship between competency mapping and work environment. It also states that role efficacy can be enhanced or derived through providing competitive work environment and adopting the activities which enhanced the competency mapping.
Keywords: Competency mapping; role efficacy; work environment; banking sector; Faisalabad (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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