Faculty Competency Systems: An Empirical Case Study in Business School Education


In this paper we identified the faculty competencies in business schools and proposed the faculty competency framework and model based on the theory of (Wrsesniewski and Dutton, 2001) and (Foyol, 2000). Another objective of this study was to examine the role of faculty competencies in business schools and extend the theory of (Wrsesniewski and Dutton, 2001) to business school faculty competencies. We identified the factors that influence the faculty competencies in Indian Business Schools. We offered useful implications for educational policies, market researchers, and various other stakeholders in business school education. Our research makes three important contributions. First, we explored competence based management system for faculty in business schools. Second, we established the empirical framework and factors influencing faculty members. Third, we offered theoretical implications stake holders related to academic and cooperates. We believe our findings will be useful to educationist, researchers and faculty for utilizing the faculty for business school development and industry research.

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Jayanthi Ranjan, IMT Ghaziabad, India
Pooja Tripathi, IPEC College Ghaziabad, India

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Conference: ECE2016
Stream: Organizational learning and change

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