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Competence Management and Competitive Product Development [electronic resource] : Concept and Implications for Practice / by Alexander Chursin, Andrey Tyulin.

Author/Creator:
Chursin, Alexander author.
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Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2018.
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1 online resource (VIII, 241 pages)
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Subjects:
Business.
Leadership.
Manpower policy.
Management.
Industrial management.
Industrial organization.
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Business and Management. (search)
Innovation/Technology Management. (search)
Industrial Organization. (search)
Human Resource Development. (search)
Business Strategy/Leadership. (search)
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This monograph provides theoretical and practical perspectives on competency management as a key resource for producing competitive products. The authors develop and substantiate a law of dependence between competencies and emergence of new markets, and describe the practical aspects of developing competencies in high-tech companies. Further, they develop economic and mathematical models for managing the competitive advantages of a company based on competencies. Using these models, they present a method for evaluating and ranking core competencies, as well as for multi-criteria ratings of human potential efficiency. The book also discusses the mechanisms of competitiveness management based on a conceptual model of a competence center network. .
Contents:
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Theoretical aspects for using competence as a tool to improve corporation competitiveness
Chapter 3: Approaches to increasing high-tech corporations competitiveness based on human development
Chapter 4: Management of competitive advantages of a corporation based on economic-mathematical modeling
Chapter 5: The conceptual model of corporate network of the competencies and innovation management centers
Chapter 6: Pricing management taking in account the core competencies for high-tech industry sustainability support
Chapter 7: Information and analytical systems and simulation models for efficiency assessment and decision making in the field of new competencies development
Chapter 8: Practical aspects of competencies development of high-tech companies
Chapter 9: Conclusion.
Contributor:
Tyulin, Andrey, author.
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9783319750859
Publisher Number:
10.1007/978-3-319-75085-9 doi
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