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Skills and Learning Styles of Innovative Companies’ Employees
Skills and Learning Styles of Innovative Companies’ Employees

Author(s): Agnieszka Sitko-Lutek, Monika Jakubiak
Subject(s): Education, Business Economy / Management, Human Resources in Economy, Globalization, Socio-Economic Research
Published by: Mednarodna fakulteta za družbene in poslovne študije
Keywords: employees’ skills; learning styles; innovative company;

Summary/Abstract: When faced with various challenges, modern organizations must be able to function effectively. These challenges include globalization, technological advancements, necessity to operate in the state of permanent flux, and finally, generation of intellectual capital, which delivers the competitive edge. As a consequence, the management of a modern organization and its diverse staff, which enables the company to operate effectively without generating losses or conflicts, becomes critical. Nowadays, organizations have to constantly look for innovative ways of conducting business. The conclusion drawn from observing successes of such organizations proves that taking a closer look at the issue of Human Resources (HR) diversity’s role is worthwhile. Especially the analysis of managerial skills and learning styles in the context of companies’ innovation seems of particular relevance. The managerial skills and their development are the basis for successful management processes in a modern company. The aim of this study was to identify and assess skills and learning styles of innovative companies’ employees. The empirical material was collected in 2016 on the basis of a research conducted among employees of innovative companies established in Poland. The results of the present research allowed to analyze the impact of the respondents’ independent variables on their skills and learning styles. As a result of the study, recommendations for managers and Human Resources Management (HRM) specialists were formulated on how to successfully manage employees’ various skills and learning styles.

  • Issue Year: 2016
  • Issue No: 2
  • Page Range: 189-200
  • Page Count: 12
  • Language: English