EXPLICATION OF THE PALIMPSEST CONCEPT OF MANAGERIAL COMPETENCY: RESEARCH OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INTERPERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND PROFESSIONAL MANAGERIAL COMPETENCIES

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Dženan Kulović, PhD
Nedim Čelebić, PhD
Sanel Halilbegović, PhD

Abstract

For the past several decades, managerial competencies have been a great idea in theory and practice of management. In the theoretical and practical sense, there have been many difficulties regarding conceptual definition of the term competences, due to many different interpretations. There is no doubt about managerial competencies being result of influence of three constructs which, in the managerial competencies, have been denoted as managerial knowledge, managerial skills and managerial abilities. To execute a complex and demanding managerial work, competences do not serve themselves. Justification of constant development of generic and specific competencies respectively reflects on results which enterprises achieve.
Key words: managerial competencies, managerial knowledge, managerial skills, managerial abilities
JEL Classification: M12, M54

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