In the face of increasingly demanding business environments, organizations must carefully examine themselves to assess their "fitness" to compete and sustain success within their marketplaces. Such assessments lead senior management to challenge previously held beliefs about what is meant by "competence" and to reconstrue them in the light of future requirements. Managerial competences can help managers address this task. However, many competence approaches to organizational competence and change seem too narrowly focused and static in nature. Senior managers require models which cater for the dynamism of their business world. Outlines the framework identified by Stuart and Lindsay (1996). Illustrates its use in helping managers to systematically explore change requirements to achieve "competence" through a client assignment. Indicates how outputs from application of the framework inform and strengthen the development of HR systems and processes to support change in pursuit of organizational competence.
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