Life Insurance Learning and Competency Framework in IT Industry

Thammisetty, Krishna; Karmakar, Anirban
July 2014
Journal of the Insurance Institute of India;Jul-Sep2014, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p64
Academic Journal
The article emphasizes on a competency framework and also provides various tools and enablers to help IT organizations to structure their competency development roadmap. We have listed down the important aspects of competency building parameters. The article contains the below listed agenda - 1. Introduction 2. Need for Formal Competency Framework 3. What is Competency Management? 4. Tools & Enablers 5. Benefits to IT Industry 6. Conclusion


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