Encouraging Employees to Increase the Labor Intellectualization Level as a Factor of Evolution of the Intellectual Capital

Pavel Pavlovich Vetrenko, Elena Alexandrovna Chernysheva, Irina Yrievna Levitina, Olga Vasilevna Voronkova, Dariya Georgievna Mikheeva
European Research Studies Journal, Volume XX, Issue 4A, 568-577, 2017
EOI: 10.11214/thalassinos.20.06.040

Abstract:

Rapid changes in the turbulent environment cause the emergence of a new paradigm for modern enterprise operation – new rules, principles and methods of management, and popularize the problems of labor intellectualization, which can be primarily solved on the basis of the development of individual intellectual capital. In everyday life, this means transformation of an "industrial enterprise" into an "intelligent enterprise", the development of which is based on information, knowledge and creativity of employees.Goal of the article is the analysis of the prospects of encouraging employees to increase the labor intellectualization level as a factor of evolution of the intellectual capital at domestic enterprises.Following the results of the study, the conclusion is drawn that the development of the individual intellectual capital at an enterprise is based on the simultaneous increase in the number of working days (during the year) intended for training and improving the employees’ skills in the economic practice of domestic economic entities and determining the place and sources of training for employees who are most capable of developing their "capital of competences". At the same time, the main vector for domestic enterprises development under the new management paradigm is based on the development of individual intellectual capital, the main aspects of formation of which should be borrowed from the experience of European countries.


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