The purpose of an organization is to ensure the transfer or receipt of knowledge from the outside environment in terms of best practices. Lack of confidence will be perceived in an organization with a closed atmosphere which results in employee dissatisfaction and poor interpersonal relations; in short, it brings only negative consequences on organization success.We can conclude that an appropriate communication structure, interpersonal relationships, motivation, stimulation and values as part of organizational culture positively affect business excellence in enterprises.
The paper aims to study the conative component of competencies of managers in the post-transition economy of Slovenia. A conceptual framework of the tripartite components of competencies is developed and a sample of 183 managers in 11 small and medium enterprises from different sectors of industry is analyzed. The eventual disparity with the managers` conative component of competency and their job-related self-expectations and level of adaptation is analyzed.