Managerial Competencies: Factors of “Necessity and Sufficiency” in the Description and Explanation of the Phenomenon

The study discusses results of the series of studies of competencies and features of their evaluation by managers (69 people) of different gender, age, length of employment, managerial experience, and positions, who are working in different companies. Hypotheses: 1. There are more and less relevant competencies among those that are evaluated as in-demand ones. 2. Competencies, which are evaluated as in-demand ones, are associated with evolution of managers as subjects. 3.