Definitions for "Core competencies"
the key functions that an organization does best and uses to create sustainable value and wealth. These things are typically very complex orchestrations of activities spanning much of the organization, such as Wal-Mart's just-in-time inventory competency. When used to describe employees, the word "core" is left off and refers to their capacity--comprised of education, skills, experience, energy and attitudes--to act in a wide variety of situations. View records related to this term
The unique internal skills and knowledge sets that define an organization's competitive advantage as seen by its customers. Usually limited in number and embodied in a product/service rather than the product/service itself.
Those functions of the firm in which the firm is most competent.
Keywords:  complex, best, world, added, issues
a complex of those value-added issues of knowledge which the unit manages the best in the world