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Employee’s Competence Profile for Adaptive Organization Management

Publié en ligne: 08 Mar 2022
Volume & Edition: Volume 55 (2022) - Edition 1 (February 2022)
Pages: 3 - 16
Reçu: 07 May 2021
Accepté: 26 Jan 2022
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Abstract

Background and purpose: Employees with their knowledge, skills and values are a connecting link between the deep organizational transformations and new technologies. In this regard, the human resource management system needs new approaches and tools for the diagnostics, training and personnel development based on the synchronization of the organization and the employee’s values. The study aim is to develop a comprehensive methodology for building an employee’s soft skills profile in order to form personalized educational trajectory and an adaptive management system creation.

Methodology: An approach to the soft skills profile’s formation through broadcasting of the description of personality’s behavioral indicators into actual supra-professional competencies is considered. Modeling and automation of the employee profile’s soft skills was carried out. Statistical observation and empirical confirmation were used to evaluate the developed methodology. 115 respondents from different fields of science and technology from Reshetnev University took part in the diagnostic.

Results: The results show that the proposed complex automated personality diagnostics is valid. And it allows you to visualize the soft skills profile, determine the level of competencies’ expression and identify the directions of the employee’s individual development.

Conclusion: The study offers a comprehensive integrated methodology which allows you to assess the formation level of representatives’ soft skills of various fields of activity. This development can be used both in the educational environment to form an education ecosystem in accordance with the requirements of the innovative economy development and in the enterprise management system to increase the production potential of both employees themselves and enterprises.

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