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|Other Titles:||A Study of the Core Competence for Employees in Informational Industry|
Department of Industrial Education, NTNU
The purpose of this study was to form the core competence for graduates in University of science and technology based on the competence-based theories. The study methods include adopting literature review, competence interview, survey research, and the case study. The key points of the study were to build KSAOs competence list and the core competence, to interview both supervisors and the employees that have better performance in order to form the core competences, and to develop a questionnaire within an example of HRD’s company. The questionnaire uses Cronbach’s α for reliability, and the Bartlett test, the KMO test, the Principle analysis, and Canonical correlation. Finally, the conclusions obtained six factors of core competence, and their impact from high to low is as below: the pursuit of excellence in innovation, customer orientation, communication and co-ordination, to adapt organizational change, problem analysis and solving, as well as teamwork. The necessary corresponding curriculum should be further planned and designed as a reference of the adjustment of the department-based curriculum.
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