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The Handbook of Competency Mapping presents the reader with a definitive roadmap to understanding, designing and implementing competency seeka in organizations. It is meant for application and will certainly add to the skill and practice of an important human resource management domain.

Seema Sanghi is Managing Director at Styrax Consultants, a firm set up by her in the human resource solution space, which is focused on developing processes and people. Sabghi offers consul-tancy in competency mapping, assessment centre, psychometric testing and development, assessment tool development, training and development, mentoring and coaching and HR processes and interventions.

She has been a recipient of three gold medals and national scholarships for academic excellence. Abdul Kalam, then President of India. She has over psychometric tests, research papers and articles published in national and international journals and magazines.

She has been an international consultant to UNDP for developing competency framework and assessment centre design for Public Service Commission. She has been associated with development of selection tests for central government and several state governments in India. She has assessed and trained several thousand professionals on competency mapping and assessment centre.

She has trained numerous executives and offered consultancy across various sectors in India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Saudi Arabia. Her interests are in the area of competency mapping, assessment centre, tool development, psychometric testing, mentoring, coaching, cross-culture issues, ethics and motivational complexities related to environmental issues. Her hobbies include oil painting and interior designing.

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Business Line It is meant for application and will certainly add to the skill and practice of an important human resource management domain. The Tribune, 19 March About the Author Seema Sanghi is Managing Director at Styrax Consultants, a firm set up by her in the human resource solution space, which is focused on developing processes and people.

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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. This book is worth reading sagnhi you are planning to either understand or going to initiate competency mapping in your Organisation. The book cleared many of my doubts.

This book doesn’t serve swnghi purpose, author is a confused person, there is no logical thought process, don’t waste money buying this book.

Very good for HR professionals.

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This edition with the chapters on competency based interviewing and comprehensive list of competencies are extremely useful. A seeema for all HR professionals and others as well. I liked the simplicity with which the book has been written. Easy to understand the know- how of Competency mapping. See all 4 reviews. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.

This is a reasonable introductory guide to competency modeling. It lacks sema detailed treatment of job analysis and assessment found in organizational psychology journals, but that’s not a reasonable expectation for a how-to book. Seema Sanghi has done a good job introducing the fundamentals. You can go on to learn more elsewhere–but you won’t have to unlearn anything from this book. The early chapters walk readers through the basics sanyhi competency modeling in organizations.

Varied definitions of competencies from history, research and practice are concisely reviewed. The resulting synthesis is that “[a] competency model describes the combination of knowledge, skills and sangghi needed to effectively perform a role in an organization and is used as a human resource tool for selection, training and development, appraisal and succession planning.

To the author, competencies are defined as much by organizational strategy as human capability.


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Models developed under this assumption are less transportable across organizations. Readers learn a range of data gathering and analysis techniques used to identify competencies, define levels of each, and prioritize them within a model.

There is practical troubleshooting guidance for issues ranging from ambiguous competency definitions to effective communication with project stakeholders. The author includes numerous sample forms, templates and rating scales that show how to use competency models for position definition, position fulfillment, performance management, employee development, and compensation.

There is sufficient mappingg for an experienced HR specialist to integrate competencies into their work, sesma not to teach these HR functions to a novice. Sanghii matches the books target audience.

The final four chapters contain sample competency eeema readers can customize for their own organizations. There is a list of general competencies, a model for general leadership roles, one for human resources specialists, and a detailed model for leaders in the automotive industry.

The sample models illustrate the use of behavioral indicator statements to define levels of each competency. But these are sufficient to illustrate the book’s points and reasonable draft materials to mappinb readers develop their own models. I recommend this book for human resources specialists tackling a competency-based approach for the first time. It’s also an efficient read for anyone who wants an introduction to competency work.

I’ve been working in the field of core competencies for about 20 years and the books I would recommend are few. This book is definitely one I would recommend, especially to managers and executives who need an introduction to the topic.

It’s smart and concise while covering all the major points. There are a couple of useful CC model samples. The definitions in the early part of the book are very helpful in sorting out the different meanings of “competency” and “competence.

American readers may find some of the sentence choices jarring but it will not affect comprehension. Also, the glossary should have included the in-text definitions.

Reading it, I get a sense of a realistic and practical author. Very poor quality control. Actually I need a replacement. A good book but poor quality control as far as binding is concerned. Pages 11 – 26 were bound upside down. Just not acceptable in this time and age to get a book like that.

There are some potentially useful checklists, but overall, it “felt” like a PhD dissertation awkwardly turned mappint a book. Get to Know Us. Delivery and Returns see our delivery rates and policies thinking of returning an item? See our Returns Policy. Visit our Help Pages. Audible Download Audio Books.