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Are person-specific competencies measurable?

Are person-specific competencies measurable?

Kategorien Konferenz (reviewed)
Jahr 2012
Autoren Denkena, B., Charlin, F., Gillen, J., Bode, S.:
Veröffentlicht in ARSA 2012, Proceedings in Advanced Research in Scientific Areas, 1st Virtual International Conference, 3rd-7th December (2012), S. 1775-1780.
Beschreibung

Today's methods for process planning in the production sector usually focus on the technical resources of a production system like machinery or material. Up to now, a systematic integration of individual skills of the production workers is not further considered – possibilities for optimized job-assignments and skill development “on the job” are neglected. Against this background, a new method for competence-based process planning for the industrial production has been developed combining approaches from two scientific areas: engineering and vocational education. In this paper, the general concept and relating methods are developed. This allows a requirements-description of the work tasks and the subsequent matching with the needed competencies in relation to the operational targets like production costs and flexibility.