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Competency Trap

Dr Rozhan Othman , Human Capital

19-Sep-17 11:00

Competency Trap

Competence can be a double edged knife. Being good at something can lead to improved performance but it can also create a competency trap. This happens when organizations become so focused at what they are good at that it creates a comfort zone. While this enhances their reliability of functioning but undermines their ability to adapt. How do organisations get into the competency trap and are there competencies that organizations should acquire to avoid the competency trap? We investigate these questions and much more in this episode of Resource Centre.


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