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Why Competency Models Should Be the Primary Pillar in Your Supply Chain Talent Strategy

Published: 29 May 2015

ID: G00278016

Analyst(s): Ken Chadwick, Dana Stiffler

Summary

Research shows that talent development is one of the biggest concerns of CEOs and supply chain executives today. Supply chain leaders can use these best practices to implement competency models that form the foundation of successful talent development processes and programs.

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges

Introduction

Analysis

  • Make Competency Models the Cornerstone of Your Supply Chain Talent Strategy
  • Clearly Articulate Your Business Goals for Investing in Competency Models
  • Design and Implement the Competency Model Now; Update and Perfect It Over Time
  • Take the Lead, and Work With HR as a Partner

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