The motivations-attributes-skills-knowledge competency cluster validation model an empirical study
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This empirical research study had two main purposes with regard to competency cluster validation. First, this empirical research study was focused upon finding the gaps in the literature that existed pertaining to the Motivations-Attributes-Skills-Knowledge Inverted Funnel Validation (MIFV) competency cluster model. The second purpose of this empirical research study was to introduce a new competency cluster validation model (MIFV). This model, if properly developed, should serve as a strong workforce development and performance measurement tool as well as a communication tool and a blueprint for success for employees. The MIFV is a sequentially upward funneling competency cluster validation model. The MIFV will provide an opportunity for the study participants to measure their efforts. In summary, the MIFV is a quantifiable model focused on workforce development and efficiencies.
Stevens, Jeffery Allen (2003). The motivations-attributes-skills-knowledge competency cluster validation model an empirical study. Doctoral dissertation, Texas A&M University. Texas A&M University. Available electronically from