Standardization In Business

Usually, when standard systems are organized, a process of standardization develops. so that competition identified and described with a common procedure, it becomes a norm, a valid reference educational institutions, workers and employers. This procedure created and formalized institutionally normalized powers and becomes a standard level that has been agreed (company, sector, country). Competency-based training: Once prepared the description of the competence and standards, developing training curricula for the job is much more efficient if it considers the standard orientation. This means that training aimed at generating skills with clear references to existing standards, will have much greater efficiency and impact of those unrelated to business needs. Trujillo Rodriguez rightly points out in his analysis, it is considered that the very conception of Competence, with its multidimensional character makes them complex, that is required to analyze how they are formed. Spencer and Spencer believe that the powers are composed of features that include: motives, traits psychophysical (visual acuity and reaction time, for example) and modes of behavior, self-concept, knowledge, manual skills (skills) and mental or cognitive skills. While Boyatzis states that competition can be “a motivation, a trait, a skill, self-image, perception of their social role, or a body of knowledge that are used for the job.” In reviewing the features or components of the competition, showing that, somehow, are associated with psychological constructs, but these were combined in a certain way, to generate the ability to perform efficiently in tasks or specific to the person “competent.” The way they are combined can only be determined through analysis of how successful people operate at work. Author might disagree with that approach.