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Information Technology Careers at Pepperdine University - Framework for Career Ladder

Monday, May 4, 2009


Pepperdine University developed and implemented a set of competency based career ladders for all IT employees.  These career ladders, in addition to detailing progressive responsibilities, required skills, experience, and education also outline expectations for competencies such as accountability, communication for results, business process knowledge, and change advocacy.  Through this project, the competencies for each position were identified as the attributes that distinguish high and low performers.  

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