Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Competency mapping


EXPLORING THE SUCCESS FACTORS OF COMPETENCY MAPPING IN CAPTIVE POWER PLANTS IN INDIA

Swetalina Mishra; Dr RKS.Mangesh Dash; Dr Supriya Pattanayak

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 5686-5694

Competency has been the bedrock of each and every successful sector. This paper attempts to explore the package of success factors of effective competency mapping in a few representatives Captive Power Plants (CPP) of Odisha. The paper outlines data reduction using exploratory factor analysis (EFA) from an archetypal sample of 420 respondents drawn from four public and private power units of Odisha. Investigation reveals competency mapping process is an effective apparatus including six success factors that lend it credence: result orientation, transparency, updated practice, management support, employee participation and strategic orientation. These factors assign different weightage in terms of perception and significance towards mapping of competencies and embellishing knowledge. A convenient non probability sampling method has been espoused in this study. Future research on this study may attempt to replicate this research with intercession and temperance function to explore the interrelationship of effective competency mapping factors and employee performance. A wider organization network may be used to see whether the success factors have some degree of impact. The study assumes significance as Odisha state in India has been a constantly growing economy in case of power manufacturing and distributing area. The identified success factors do serve power sector organization positively and are observed to be beneficial in terms of employee involvement, establishing transparent communication channels to deliver consistent growth, developing leaders for future, aligning individual performance in sync with organization vision and mission. Power manufacturing and supply industries play a significant role in economic growth supporting the vision of Government of India’s initiative “Power for all”. “Power” is the most essential constituent of infrastructure impacting economic growth and welfare. Power manufacturing units are facing challenges in human knowledge development and its forward linkage with business sustainability. The paper explores the success factors contributing towards having an effective competency mapping of CPP in Odisha. The present study is among the few work studied in the past regarding exploring the success factors behind effective competency mapping. The findings add significantly to the scanty information in this area in Odisha context.

Competency Mapping Among The Ites Sectors: A Study Among The Ites Employees In Coimbatore

Mrs. S. Manju; Dr. D. Jayanthi; Mrs. N. Kowsalya

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 2446-2459

Competency Mapping is a process to identify key competencies for an organization and/or a job and incorporating those competencies throughout the various processes of the organization. The present study attempted to know about the effectiveness of the Competency Mapping at ITES companies in Coimbatore, to know about the employee field and expertise with respect to Competency elements and to know how Competency Mapping align employee behavior with organization strategy and values. The study adopted descriptive research design and collected 120 responses from employees of ITES working in Coimbatore. The Competency Mapping has effect on understanding the company requirements and goals by respondents, laying out clear standard achievable goals by management, motivating the employee to perform their job in better way, identifying the gap in employee job and seek out to overcome, effect on accepting and challenging job by the employee that are achievable in short / long term and has effect on not only setting targets but also monitor effectiveness and efficiency of the employee. Thus, Competency Mapping is highly effective at ITES Companies, Coimbatore. The study suggested to achieve organization goals ,though it is evident from the study that the employees are result focused , there are few employees who have not strongly agreed that they accept challenging job that are achievable in short term or long term basis. This could be fine tuned by the HR department by way of providing motivation and concerned Training and Development to the employees.