عنوان مقاله [English]
One of the most important bases for establishing meritocracy in administrative sectors of governments is the determination of managers’ competencies, especially human resource managers’ competencies, because not only do they have to be selected according to a specific framework, but also they have to guarantee the competency-based management in public sector. Therefore in this paper, after presenting a two-level model constituting some human resource managers’ competencies, especially intelligence competencies, extending competency issues from private sector to public sector is considered to be one of the most important issues in this research. After designing the questionnaire and testing its validity and reliability, it is distributed among some human resources experts and managers of Iran’s ministries, as our statistical sample. For testing the hypothesis of this evaluated research, we used Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) and the results of this research show the validation of all basic hypotheses and more effectiveness of Human Resource Managers Competencies (HRMC) rather than Human Resource value Proposition (HRVP). The results also show that some secondary hypotheses are rejected. In addition, Planning & Administration Competency (PAC) has a first priority and the most important index of this variable is Human Resource Affairs Planning and Organizing.
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