Manuel Otero-Mateo

University of CádizSpain

Doctor in Engineering and Architecture from the University of Cádiz (UCA). DEA program Interuniversity PhD in Manufacturing Engineering from the University of Malaga. Engineer Industrial Organization and Industrial Engineering (Esp. In Industrial Electronics), by the UCA. Technical Project Management, IPMA Level D. Expert PLCs Siemens S7-300 and S7-400, with 10 years of experience in Management and Project Management in the Agrifood sector. He has been Professor of Dept. of Design Engineering of the University of Seville and currently Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design UCA. Member of the Editorial Committee of the Publications Service of the UCA and attached to TEP955 Research Group - Engineering and Technology for Occupational Health and Safety (INTELPREV).

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People's competence has a strong influence on the strategy of human resource management, affecting daily aspects, thought patterns, and behavioral modes of executive management and employees. From a business perspective, there is a strong relationship between human capital and success and also an integral development of the human factor in all its dimensions, both personal and professional, and social competences must be a key factor to reach it. To help achieve this business excellence, it is necessary to transfer the demands of the labor market into education, and one of the ways is through methodological framework for Project Management and Management, specifically the IPMA Individual Competence Baseline, which is an essential tool for achieving economic growth, corporate development, and competitiveness.

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