COMPETENCY MANAGEMENT, KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT AND CORPORATIVE EDUCATION: A STUDY ON BRAZILIAN COMPANIES

Fernando José Lopes, Vivian Gava malta de Abreu, Roberto Shizuo Kumasaka, Alessandro Marco Rosini

Abstract


Competence is responsible and recognized act of knowing, that involves mobilizing, integrating, transferring knowledge, resources, skills, that adds economic value to the organization and social value to the individual. Knowledge management is the systematic and deliberated coordination of people, technologies, processes and organizational structure of the company with the purpose of adding value through use, reuse and innovation. The relationship between the two practices increases the organization's competitiveness potential. In order to understand this relationship, this research analyzed data on the practices related to knowledge management and corporative education and management by competences of Brazilian organizations through the database of the survey ‘As Melhores Empresas para Você Trabalhar’ - using an approach quantitative. The data analysis  allows us to infer a positive relationship between the practices that can demonstrate a human resources area more active next to the business strategy and seeking to raise the competitiveness of the organization.


Keywords


Management by competence; Knowledge management; Corporative education; Organization

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.23925/2179-3565.2020v11i4p147-158

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