The Effects Of Transition From A Technical Division Of Labor To A Cognitive International Specialization
The evolution towards an informational society implied mutations in the competitive advantages of countries of the world, being advantaged those who produce goods with a high content of creativity, those who manage to fit in the modern patterns of international specialization and disadvantaged those who remain in traditional types. In the context of the increasing complexity of economy, the productive activity is oriented more and more to combining the specialized skills, requires strategies for the companies to rapidly acquire skills through a process of transforming information into knowledge. As a consequence, the very principle of division of labor will be renewed. It will transform from a technical and efficiency based sense to one based on competence and knowledge.
Volume (Year): 10 (2010)
Issue (Month): 2(12) (December)
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