Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal (KM&EL), Vol 5, No 1 (2013)

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Semi-automatic creation and exploitation of competence ontologies for trend aware profiling, matching and planning

Nils Malzahn, Sabrina Ziebarth, H. Ulrich Hoppe

Abstract


Human resource managers are confronted with the problem that they have to fulfil the enterprise’s competence needs either by developing their current staff or by recruiting new employees. In both cases decisions about who to select for the new position and more often which competences are crucial for the future success. This is especially true for highly dynamic industries like the IT industry. This article presents our work from the KoPIWA project in the Digital Economy. Our approach is based on a conceptual model that encompasses the market level, the social context and relations between competences. This model is the foundation for the ontology based decision support system for human resource managers presented in this article. To semi-automatically create and update the competence ontology methods from the areas data mining, social network analysis and information retrieval are employed. The results of these methods with regard to recruiting and learning processes are presented.

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Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal (KM&EL)
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