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Perceptions and Rankings of Technology Management Competencies
  • Mark Doggett, Western Kentucky University
  • Pam McGee
  • Sophia Scott, Southeast Missouri State University

2012 Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) Conference Proceedings In 2010, the ATMAE Management Division set out to define an applicable technology management body of knowledge using a collection of core competencies. The research incorporated existing models, industry opinions, and educator experts. ATMAE members at both the 2010 and 2011 conferences reviewed initial versions of the competency model. In addition, the model was benchmarked against existing literature and research. The researchers found consistency within the initial versions of the competency model. Interested scholars may find the initial model and supporting rationale in the 2011 ATMAE conference proceedings. This paper presents additional supporting data regarding the validity of the ATMAE Technology Management Competency Model and its revisions based on recent ATMAE member feedback.

Publication Date
Fall November 15, 2012
Citation Information
Mark Doggett, Pam McGee and Sophia Scott. "Perceptions and Rankings of Technology Management Competencies" (2012)
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