Training Management as a Regulator of Strengthening Human Capital

VLADIMIR V. MOISEEV, TATYANA V. TSELYUTINA, ZHANNA N. AVILOVA

Abstract


The article deals with the problem of the need to develop corporate culture as a socioeconomic resource for strengthening personnel training programs The thesis is put forward that corporate culture should act as a basic tool of the program-targeted approach to training system and be a corruption-free indicator of human capital growth in large organizations. This approach was tested on the basis of large trade organizations of the Belgorod city, and showed that the training system should be formed and developed on the elements of corporate culture and be part of the overall system of strengthening human capital. The authors concluded that the corporate culture of large trade organizations is a mechanism of complementary forms of social interaction, which is based on ideology (norms and traditions of training), effective management style (culture of personality), “lean thinking” and “lean management”, clear structure of values (learning values), motivation and competence models. Corporate culture should also act as a basic tool of the project approach to training and professional development of personnel. The authors have developed specific measures to improve the training system of trade organizations on the basis of strengthening corporate culture.

Keywords


Lean Culture, Personnel Training, Human Capital, Human Resource Management, Lean Manufacturing.Text


DOI
10.12783/dtssehs/icesd2020/34150

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