Ruth Huamaní Torres

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2024/v24cs.674-678

The aim of this study was to evaluate the influence of managerial competencies on results-based management in the public sector for professors at a private university. Developed under the type of basic research and with a non-experimental design of correlational and cross-sectional level. With the participation of 152 teachers. The questionnaire was administered to the managerial competencies questionnaire with a reliability level of 0.979, and the results-based management questionnaire with a 0.979 reliability level. Obtaining as a result by means of the Pseudo R2 test, the percentage dependence of managerial competencies on results-based management, according to Nagelkerke’s coefficient, implying that the variability of results-based management depends on 67.2% of managerial competencies, also demonstrating the influence of the managerial competencies variable at the middle level where p-value = 0.000 < 0.05, as well as at the low level; In other words, when managerial competencies are at an average level, results-based management tends to be low, with a p-value = 0.000 and another p-value =.033 in the middle. Reaching the conclusion that there is a significant influence of dependence between the levels of managerial competencies and results-based management.

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