Training in a Company byMeans of Knowledge Management
AbstractThe paper deals with the role of training the employees in the company and about encouragement by the management to the systematic model of training and to the analytical model of feedback information of such training of employees. Having made a general conclusion we have transferred, summarized and quoted the theory of the professionals from the field of management knowledge and with this transfer of systematic training and analytical model of knowledge we verified it in the practice of the employees. Our attention was focused to the presumed hypotheses which were then further evaluated in the research chapter by means of questionnaire inquiry, descriptive statistics and correlation analysis. Individual conclusions regarding the deductive results of the questionnaire inquiry are the following: the members of the project group proposition is a “Reflexive model of training” or shorter discussion training of management and the successful implementation of the knowledge of employees in practice. The employees are the greatest capital of the company therefore they should be in the process of training while the transfer of knowledge into practice is of major importance.
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This chapter was published in: Leon Lesnik & Leon Lesnik & Urska Grabar & Marjeta Rukav & Franci Toplisek & Dragica Plivac Kolar & Matjaz Kovac , , pages 927-936, 2012.
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management of knowledge; training; systematic and analytical model; questionnaire inquiry; deductive research method; project proposition; reflexive model of training;
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