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Type of publication: research article
Type of publication (PDB): Straipsnis kitose duomenų bazėse / Article in other databases (S4)
Field of Science: Vadyba / Management (S003)
Author(s): Ramanauskienė, Jadvyga;Ramanauskas, Julius
Title: Application of the Principles of Total Quality Management in the Knowledge Formation
Other Title: Visuotinės kokybės vadybos principų taikymas žinių formavimo procese
Is part of: Inžinerinė ekonomika. , 2006, Nr1 (46)
Extent: p. 62-68
Date: 2006
Keywords: Žinos;Informacija;Kompetencija;Kokybė;Vadyba;Knowledge;Information;Competence;Quality;Management
Abstract: Organizacijoms dirbant nuolat kintančioje aplinkoje, didėjant konkurencijai ir globalėjant rinkoms, vis dažniau pereinama nuo kiekybės prie kokybės. Šis procesas sparčiai didina valdymo, kompetencijos ir žinių svarbą, todėl svarbu ne tik turimų žinių kiekis, bet jų kokybė, efektyvus panaudojimas bei nuolatinis peržiūrėjimas ir adaptacija kintančioje aplinkoje, padėsiantys organizacijoms siekti numatytų tikslų...[Visą santraukos tekstą skaitykite spustelėję interneto prieigos nuorodą]
The economy of developed countries is very much dependent on the production of knowledge, distribution and application. According to foreign researchers and practitioners, future is the age of knowledge, knowledge organizations, new economy that forces organizations to create new methods of work, competences, processes, management methods and the principles of strategic management. The scope of knowledge sectors (education, communications) increases very rapidly. Knowledge is obtained through thinking, experience, observation, information channels and other sources. Modern managerial science has introduced a lot of new terms, theories and the ways of problem solution. These developments have been stimulated by changing business conditions. Thus, the main objective of organizations is to increase both international and international competition. It should be noted that it is not only the people who are the agents of change, but their knowledge and abilities play a crucial role in this competitive world. New management methods are very useful in forecasting the organization’s future, however, human resources are of the utmost importance in this process. Both human and financial capital open wide possibilities for further growth and development. The intensification of these agents under the conditions of growing globalization and competition is the main obligation for every organization and its managerial staff. Seeking to survive in contemporary stiff competition, the organization is to concentrate its efforts on the development of human intellect and managerial practice. Only highly qualified employees with considerable experience are expected to feel and be able to overcome difficulties and support their organization in the struggle for advance....[Visą santraukos tekstą skaitykite spustelėję interneto prieigos nuorodą]
Affiliation(s): Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Žemės ūkio akademija
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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