Core Competency versus Corporate Competency?

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Core Competency versus Corporate Competency?
Neha Mehrotra, Student (MBA), India

Is there any difference between core competency and corporate competency?
If yes, then please explain.

Difference: Core C and Corporate C
Shobowale Wahab, Business Consultant, United Kingdom
Only semantics in my humble view. Core competences relates to a business organisation (i.e. a corporate body).

Core Competency versus Corporate Competency
Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
Not just semantics: a corporate competency includes anything a corporation is able to do.
But only the most strategic ones can be considered as a core competence (see test 1+2+3).

Core Competency and Corporate Competency
Jeremy Sole, CEO, New Zealand
I would suggest that core competency relates to those key skills or attributes that underpin the company's abilities, and which can often be deployed in different ways.
Whereas corporate competency relates more to the organsations ability to organise itself to best exploit the core competencies.


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