Hrd Competencies in Health Industry

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Ritva Laakso-Manninen Riitta Viitala

COMPETENCE MANAGEMENT and HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
A theoretical framework for understanding the practices of modern Finnish organisations

HAAGA-HELIA RESEARCH 1/2007

Ritva Laakso-Manninen Riitta Viitala

COMPETENCE MANAGEMENT and HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
A theoretical framework for understanding the practices of modern Finnish organisations

Haaga-Helia 2007

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ISSN 1796-7627 ISBN 978-952-5685-35-0 (pdf) Edita Helsinki 2007

Contents

Foreword....................................................................................................................... 5

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Introduction to the core elements of this book ............................ 7
1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 A paradigm shift in business management................................................... 7 Finnish society in the context of expertise-based competitive advantage .................................................... 10 An integrated system for competence management and human resource development................................................................12 The aims and structure of this book ............................................................ 14

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The role of business strategy and company values in

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