How a competency framework can help define and articulate your areas of expertise

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By Steve Bynghall

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Abstract

Information services, knowledge management and digital workplace roles often require multi-disciplinary skills. This article looks at how a competency and skills framework can help individuals and teams consider their own career and development needs, while also articulating conversations with others about what they do.



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