Types of competencies of human talent supported by ICT: Definitions, elements, and contributions

Mauricio Junior Santamaria Ruiz, Reynier Israel Ramirez Molina, Ricardo Romario Antequera Amaris, Nelson David Lay Raby

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Abstract

The recent turbulent global changes have highlighted the advancement of generic and technical skills, as responses to the comprehensive challenges of the environment. This is how in the present investigation constructionism and hermeneutics are used as a methodology to achieve contributions of scientific rigor, conceptualizing the variables; with a positivist approach, using literary study, to generate theoretical reflections based on contemporary and disciplinary foundations, and thus understand literature, build concepts, and generate reflections. The findings show that ICT-focused skills condition the employability of human talent and its effect on resources, elements, and capabilities in generating value. It is concluded that the generic and specific skills of people currently prevail as indicators of achievement, resulting in the actions performed and sustainability.

Keywords

  • Generic skills
  • human talent
  • IT
  • risk management
  • technical skills

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • General Computer Science

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