Publication detail

Competency Management in Central Europe: A Comparison of Czech, Hungarian and Slovenian Competency Needs

MÜHLBACHER, J. KOVAČ, J. NOVOTNY, A. PUTNOVÁ, A.

Original Title

Competency Management in Central Europe: A Comparison of Czech, Hungarian and Slovenian Competency Needs

English Title

Competency Management in Central Europe: A Comparison of Czech, Hungarian and Slovenian Competency Needs

Type

journal article

Language

en

Original Abstract

After a strong focus on transition processes in Central East European countries (CEE), this topis has been displaced by more dramatic merger and reorganization processes or the recent financial crisis. This obscures the fact that we know almost nothing about the management competencies in these countries, which is an important building or stumbling block for future development.

English abstract

After a strong focus on transition processes in Central East European countries (CEE), this topis has been displaced by more dramatic merger and reorganization processes or the recent financial crisis. This obscures the fact that we know almost nothing about the management competencies in these countries, which is an important building or stumbling block for future development.

Keywords

Competency Management, Human Resources, Transformation Economies, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovenia

Released

26.10.2013

Location

Slovenia

Pages from

175

Pages to

185

Pages count

18

BibTex


@article{BUT105481,
  author="Jürgen {Mühlbacher} and Jure {Kovač} and Adam {Novotny} and Anna {Putnová}",
  title="Competency Management in Central Europe: A Comparison of Czech, Hungarian and Slovenian Competency Needs",
  annote="After a strong focus on transition processes in Central East European countries (CEE), this topis has been displaced by more dramatic merger and reorganization processes or the recent financial crisis. This obscures the fact that we know almost nothing about the management competencies in these countries, which is an important building or stumbling block for future development.",
  chapter="105481",
  number="5",
  volume="46",
  year="2013",
  month="october",
  pages="175--185",
  type="journal article"
}