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Polish Journal of Management Studies, 2013, vol. 8, issue 1, 213-219

Abstract: Every manager knows that his subordinates sometimes have good and bad days, and that reasons for such and not another effectiveness are often unknown. Most bosses shrugs his shoulders and pass over this phenomenon on the agenda, because the inner life of a subordinate is anyway largely invisible for the manager. Also, current methods of measurement (effectiveness, efficiency) focus on measuring competence in relation to a particular employee. However, too strong attachment to the competence assessment of individual employee seems pointless. This is mainly due to the fact that the work of a single employee is not equivalent in time. Its performance is affected by a continued stream of emotions and observations, affecting the overall motivation of the employee. The effectiveness of the employee at any time depends on the combination of these factors caused by the current events at work, including the actions of superiors. In this paper an attempt is made to demonstrate the validity of competence measurement with respect to the team of employees in order to efficiently implement functions of human resource management.

Keywords: competence management; managing teams of employees (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2013
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