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Autor : Clepner Kerik, Julio Bernardo
Palabras clave : Competencies
Human Behavior
Business Process
Fecha de publicación : 2010
Editorial : International Journal of applied mathematics and computer science, Vol. 7, No. 4
Resumen : This paper presents a formal framework for human behavior modeling, analysis and validation. It proposes a competencies model for representing the position profile of an employee/candidate and it uses the Hierarchical Decision Process Petri nets (HDPPN) for simulating the behavior of an employee/candidate in a given business process. The competencies model consists of a definition model, an evaluation process model, and a graphic representation model. The most critical activity in the development and the design of a position profile is that of a business process model. Business process modeling is based on a business strategy transformation, where high-level business strategies are refined up to the point that they can be described in terms of the activities (needed to achieve a certain tactical business strategy given only in terms of goals and strategies). Every position profile is designed to take into account its corresponding business processes. In this sense, each activity of a given process is associated with a competency. Consequently, each competency is transitively aligned with the business strategy. The competencies model provides a tool to define an "employee prototype" (ideal or expected employee) in terms of competencies. The evaluation process is implemented by partition functions which are defined by features that are mostly qualitative: classes, competencies, sub-competencies.
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