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This book is a result of our experiences in the field of Competency Management and Implementation. It does not aim to be an academic treatise. The purpose of this book is to provide those attempting to implement competencies in their organisations with a clear understanding of competency management.
Competency management, Competency clusters, Competency matrix, Competencies and performance, competency framework, Competency profiling, competency characteristics
Understanding Competencies, Creating the competency, implementing competency, Sustaining competency, competency dictionaries, Boyatzis model, Functional competences, Core competencies, Levels of competencies,
Applying competencies. Implementation of competencies, competency based HRM.
Dato' R. Palan Ph.D., A.P.T.
Palan's life purpose is to help people learn and perform at the workplace; the goal is to enable individuals achieve their best. He has worked internationally in 30+ countries though his focus is very much Asian. An author, speaker, trainer, consultant and an entrepreneur, he is very much committed to developing best practices in the Human Resources field.
Palan has also been appointed to serve as a Director of the Human Resources Development Corporation by the Honourable Minister of Human Resources, Government of Malaysia. Palan, a Malaysian is presently the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of SMR Technologies Berhad, a company listed on the ACE Market of the Bursa Malaysia Securities Bhd. The organisation employs today about 200+ people from 25+ countries.
Palan's current research and professional interests revolve around three key areas:
Workplace Competency Management
The FUN approach to Learning
Improving Results with Personal Accountability and Transformational Leadership
As a professional speaker and trainer, he has achieved the highest accolade in the speaking profession: the Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) from the National Speakers Association of the United States of America. He is also a Fellow of the British Institute of Learning & Development, United Kingdom.
More details at www.palan.org