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Title: Specificity of knowledge management in the enterprise in dependence on the stage of the person's life cycle
Authors: Захарова, Оксана Володимирівна
Keywords: Knowledge management;enterprise;staff;person;stage of human life cycle;age;professional development;knowledge economy;human capital
Issue Date: Jul-2018
Publisher: Journal of the Knowledge Economy
Abstract: The country's achievement of the state of the knowledge economy is determined by the effectiveness of knowledge management processes, which on the other hand has a decisive for ensuring the competitiveness and enterprises’ financial and economic success of any field of activity and ownership. The main carrier of knowledge is a person who during life gradually passes through various stages of the life cycle and development, each of which has its own peculiarities of their accumulation and using. The activation of these processes for Ukraine is of paramount importance because of the rather high human potential and the unsatisfactory level of its use, in recent years because of the socio-political crisis has a negative trend of change. The research is characterized by patterns of accumulation of knowledge during a person's life with the concretization at each stage of the probable correlation of the volumes of knowledge, the main factors of their acquisition or the preservation of the directions for their change. The concrete strategic decisions that should be adopted at the enterprise with the purpose of activating the processes of knowledge management taking into account the formulated regularities were justified. Orientation of the company's management to the maximum coverage of all stages of the life cycle of a person is the basis for attracting or education talents and creating an innovative leap on this basis.
ISSN: DOI: 10.1007/s13132-018-0550-0
First Page: 1
End Page: 19
Appears in Collections:Наукові публікації викладачів (ФЕУ)

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