Looking for a specific type of document? Go here. Hide - List by document type - Articles Booklets Client Research Results Client Stories on Video Client Successes Guidebooks Infographics Points of View Recorded Webinars Trend Research Webinar Series White Papers & Monographs filter by topic ┓ Latest Assessment Behavioral Interviewing Competency Management Employment Testing Global Leadership Health Care Hiring Identifying Potential Leadership Development Leadership Pipeline Manufacturing Performance Management Succession Management Talent Management ┏ filter by type Articles Blogs Research Success Stories Webinars [Share] Is Your Job Analysis Doing the Job for You? Download the PDF Challenging three myths that steer organizations wrong So, you’ve done your research and understand the importance of performing a job analysis for your organization. Great. But is your competency modeling process really driving results? Are you finding true business results through change in your employees’ behaviors? Organizations often make some common, damaging mistakes when it comes to performing job analyses and competency modeling. We are here to dispel three major myths that may be steering your organization in the wrong direction, and show you how to reverse your actions into an effective and manageable system. Common Myths: Myth 1: Competencies or competency models can be designed as one-size-fits-all. Myth 2: Once a model is created for a job, it should endure for many years. Myth 3: Each HR system in your organization needs a different competency model or at least different definitions of success. Read on to learn more about these myths and our recommended fixes.