Art and Science in Management Projects to Increase Employees’ and Society Adaptability Established through Sector Operational Program of Human Resources Development
Elaborated in the, and in agreement with Priorities National Strategic Framework, the Sector context of national Developing Plan 2007-2013 Operational Program of Human Resources Development (SOP HRD) is an important instrument to sustain the economic development and the cultural structural changes. Moreover, investments in human capital will complete and will confer support for work productivity growth on long term. A qualified labor force, with a high quality level, having the capacity to adapt to new technologies and to needs of market changes is essential for a competitive and dynamic economy. Romania will promote active policies on labor market for the augmentation of the adaptability and flexible security of the workforce. The achievement of a higher participation level is predicted on the labor market as the basis of an economy funded on knowledge. In this context the project manager role achieves new values and dimensions, making the project leadership and leading of man art and science towards perfection. culture becomes an important component and resource of organizational culture.
Volume (Year): X (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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