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The Use of IT Technologies in the Development of Employees

Published on Jul 17, 2017
· DOI :10.1007/978-3-319-60828-0_8
Jerzy Olszewski1
Estimated H-index: 1
(Poznań University of Economics),
Alicja Rytelewska
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Abstract
The success of an enterprise depends on efficient management of human capital. However, the application and use of IT solutions supporting human resource management in practice is still insufficient. The article consists of four parts: preliminary observations, theoretical issues concerning problems of human resource management, an analysis of statistical data from companies and concluding remarks. The first part, preliminary remarks, draws our attention to the fact that organizations wishing to maintain a good market position in tough economic times should be focused on continuous improvement of their employees. Only a modern enterprise where knowledge management plays a leading role can survive and be competitive. The second chapter analyzes the literature related to the management of human capital in organizations. The third chapter analyzes statistical data from Polish companies related to the use of IT tools aimed at the development of employees. The article summary includes closing observations based on research conclusions.
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Estimated H-index: 45
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