Competency Modeling Is As Dated As A Jeans Jacket

What do competency models and jean jackets have in common?

They both belong in the nineties, says Christy Panico. She’s assessment manager at Pinsight, a Colorado company that provides online job simulations.

In her presentation at DisruptHr Denver in 2015, she challenged the use of competency models as “static and inflexible.” “Does your organization strive for continuous improvement, value diverse skill sets, or fluid responsibilities? Then competency models are not a good fit for your organization.”

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Discover why, and what she believes is better, in this 5 minute video.

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