Research in Competence-Based Management
Editor: Professor Ron Sanchez and Professor Aimé Heene
Subject: Management Science / Management Studies (view other series in this subject area)
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Volume 7: A Focused Issue on Building New Competences in Dynamic Environments
Editors: Aime Heene and Ron Sanchez
Publication date: 29 October 2014
Changing business environments challenge established management ideas and practices. This volume draws on competence-based theory to identify and elaborate some important ways in which organizational competences are evolving -- or should evolve -- to respond to some fundamental forms of change in business environments.
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Research in Competence-Based Management (RCBM) is a peer-reviewed journal (published in serial volume format) for the publication of papers that extend current competence-based management (CBM) theory, propose new additions to CBM theory, suggest new directions for CBM theory development, and/or apply CBM theory in research on management issues and topics.
All volumes in the RCBM series are “focused issues” that address specific issues in CBM theory, research, and practice. Prior volumes have focused on: elaborating the role of the marketing process in building and maintaining organizational competences; elaborating competence approaches to managing knowledge assets and organizational learning; understanding organizational growth through entrepreneurship, innovation, and diversification; and exploring fundamental issues in competence theory development.
Research in Competence-Based Management encourages and adopts an explicitly dynamic, systemic, cognitive, and holistic view of management processes in today’s complex and rapidly changing world.
For all researchers and practitioners working in the leading perspective in strategic management and general management theory, research, practice and education that is competence-based management.
Subject coverage includes, but is not restricted to:
• the marketing process in building and maintaining organizational competences
• competence approaches to managing knowledge assets and organizational learning
• organizational growth through entrepreneurship, innovation and diversification
• fundamental issues in competence theory development
• identifying, building, and linking competences
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Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Ghent University, Belgium
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For more information about any of the volumes listed below, or to purchase a print copy, please click on the relevant volume title:
- A Focused Issue on Building New Competencies in Dynamic Environments, Volume 7
- A Focused Issue on Competence Perspectives on New Industry Dynamics, Volume 6
- A Focused Issue on Identifying, Building and Linking Competences, Volume 5
- A Focused Issue on Fundamental Issues in Competence Theory Development, Volume 4
- A Focused Issue on Understanding Growth: Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Diversification, Volume 3
- A Focused Issue on Managing Knowledge Assets and Organizational Learning, Volume 2
- A Focused Issue on The Marketing Process in Organizational Competence, Volume 1