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ISSN: 2047-7031

bmd Business and Management Dynamics bmd
ISSN: 2047-7031  
Volume  3   Issue 7  2014  
Article Abstract
Training and constraints on the development of human competencies in the software industry
Keywords:  competence-based management, constraints to competence training, sharing experience, software industry
A better understanding of the training process of human competencies is still a challenge to the competence-based management. To fill part of this gap this study investigates the relationship among the different concepts and the constraints for the training of human competencies in the software industry in the city of Maringa-PR. Thus, it aims to identify the personal means for the human competencies training, and empirically test the training concepts. It used the quantitative methodological approach by collecting data through a survey. Statistical methods were applied in the analysis. The main theoretical basis for the study was the theory of organizational acting proposed by Maggi (2006). Among the key findings is the importance of sharing experience among co-workers for the development of human competencies in the studied industry. The analysis between training concepts and constraints was presented as a contribution to formulation of human competencies development strategies in a more coherent way, when considering limitations and resources needed for such.
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