Analysis of Managerial Competencies and Performance of State Corporations in Antalya, Turkey


  • Nureddin Altay Hastuti Hacettepe University
  • Bülent Nebati Mehmood Hacettepe University
  • Engin Tezcan Kraus Hacettepe University



Managerial competencies refer to the skills, knowledge, and attributes that enable managers to effectively lead and guide their organizations. These competencies encompass strategic thinking, decision-making, communication, financial management, human resource management, and leadership, among others. The performance of managers with strong competencies has a significant impact on the overall success and efficiency of organizations, as they can navigate challenges, inspire employees, make informed decisions, and achieve strategic goals. The research findings on managerial competencies and performance of State Corporations in Antalya, Turkey, reveal a direct correlation between competent leadership and the success of these state-owned entities. Managers equipped with essential competencies, such as strategic thinking, decision-making, and effective communication, were found to drive higher organizational performance, improved efficiency, and enhanced employee motivation. The research underscores the significance of investing in leadership development programs and creating an environment that encourages managerial autonomy to foster innovation, adaptability, and overall growth of State Corporations in Antalya. In conclusion, the research highlights the critical role of managerial competencies in shaping the performance and growth of State Corporations in Antalya, Turkey. Competent leadership with strong strategic thinking, decision-making, and communication skills fosters innovation, adaptability, and efficiency, ultimately contributing to the overall success of state-owned entities in the region. To improve the managerial competencies and performance of State Corporations in Antalya, Turkey, it is recommended to implement comprehensive leadership development programs tailored to the specific needs of managers. These programs should focus on enhancing strategic thinking, decision-making, and communication skills while fostering a culture of innovation and adaptability within the organizations.

Keywords: Managerial Competencies, Performance, State Corporations, Turkey

Author Biographies

Nureddin Altay Hastuti, Hacettepe University

Hacettepe University

Bülent Nebati Mehmood , Hacettepe University

Hacettepe University

Engin Tezcan Kraus, Hacettepe University

Hacettepe University


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How to Cite

Hastuti, N. A., Mehmood , B. N., & Kraus, E. T. (2023). Analysis of Managerial Competencies and Performance of State Corporations in Antalya, Turkey. Journal of Human Resource & Leadership, 7(4), 11–20.