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Title: Competency Index Construction for Employee of Intellectual Property Technology Service Industry
Authors: Chang, Shu-Hsuan;Yang, Yi-lin;Shen, Yung-chi
Contributors: 工業教育與技術學系
Keywords: Competency index;Intellectual Property Technology Service Industry;Analytic Hierarchy Process
Date: 2007-06
Issue Date: 2012-08-27T09:29:39Z
Publisher: 中華人力資源發展學會
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to investigate the employees' competency needs for the Intellectual Property Technology Service Industry (IPTSI), which is one of the new and important strategic industries in the policy of the R.O.C. government. The competency indices and the weights are constructed by in-depth interviewing the industry experts and administrating the competency questionnaires, which are developed with the application of Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP), to thirty-four employees. The important findings of this study are concluded as follows. 1. The employees' competency index of IPTSI consists of three dimensions, which are professional competency, basic competency, and personality, and twenty-two sub-indices. The relative importance of the three dimensions is ranked from high to low in the order of professional competency, basic competency, and personality. 2. The important needs of human resource for IPTSI include IP technician and IP manager. Since the relative importance of each competency index varies with the tasks, the weight of the competency index for IP technician is different from that for IP manager. The results of this study provide a useful point of reference for industry human resource cultivation.
Relation: Journal of Human Resource Management, 7(2):27-48
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