Compétences de la main-d’oeuvre locale en Algérie et management de projets nationaux : Le cas de l’autoroute Est- Ouest
This paper aims to examine the perception of skills of local workers in Algeria. Our exploratory research is based on a series of interviews with a panel in connection with the construction of the East-West highway. The results show that Algeria lacks of critical skills and keeps an outdated infrastructure in all vital sectors of the economy. It follows then a mass departure of executives and researchers in other countries and, in turn, calls for foreign expertise on major projects. In doing so, several solutions are recommended. Among these, knowledge management and definition of skills expected in each sector, to better identify this demand precisely and allow declining the missing profiles, skills to acquire and the necessary training and recruitment to perform.
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