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Manager of Educational Project and His Competencies


  • Katerina Hrazdilova Bockova

    () (Dubnica Technological Institute, Slovakia)

  • Daniela Matovcikova

    () (Dubnica Technological Institute, Slovakia)


It is more than desirable for project-oriented activities to be conducted and managed by people with relevant knowledge and experience. At the same time, managers should have appropriate skills in order to apply knowledge and experience respectably in the context of the study field and the situation. The aim of this presented paper is to propose a competency model of educational projects which shall be primary used in the educational institutions. The contribution consists of two parts. The first part is focused on the basic terminology issues and anchor concepts such as competencies and the competency model. The second part is dedicated to the description of the specific proposal for a precise competency model and its subsequent presentation and verification.

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  • Katerina Hrazdilova Bockova & Daniela Matovcikova, 2013. "Manager of Educational Project and His Competencies," Eurasian Journal of Business and Management, Eurasian Publications, vol. 1(2), pages 24-32.
  • Handle: RePEc:ejn:ejbmjr:v:1:y:2013:i:2:p:24-32

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