Competency model employed in e-commerce
AbstractAccording to the complexity of business processes in e-commerce prerequisite for efficiency and development employees to have a mix of knowledge and skills in the field of technical and economic sciences. Accordingly competencies are presented in three groups: basic, special and managerial competencies. Owning their presumed achieve competitive advantage for companies providing international mobility of people and the growth of electronic commerce.
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