Корпоративные университеты — аналитическая схема
Принс К., Стюарт Д.

Процессуальный анализ;
Важные понятия;
Знание и управление знанием;
Организационное обучение и организации с развитой культурой обучения;
Организация с развитой культурой обучения;
Корпоративные университеты: концептуальная модель;

Аннотация

Цель этой статьи состоит в том, чтобы внести вклад в расшифровку понятия "корпоративный университет", которое подлежит дальнейшей разработке. Этот вклад представляет собой концептуальную схему, основанную на таких важных понятиях, как "управление знанием", "организационное обучение" и "организация с развитой культурой обучения". Полученная в итоге аналитическая схема корпоративного обучения отражает то, что с позиций Уэбера (Weber, 1947), можно назвать "идеальным типом" стратегии подготовки персонала, основанной на использовании корпоративного университета. Хотя данная схема предлагается в качестве описательного и аналитического инструмента, а не как модель для непосредственного принятия решений, в ней выделяются четыре основных процесса. Они, как утверждается в статье, соответствуют ключевым функциям, присущим идеальному типу корпоративного университета. В данной работе выдвигается предположение о том, что успех корпоративных университетов в будущем может зависеть от их способности контролировать и полностью использовать сложное взаимодействие организационных систем обучения и в меньшей степени — от способности осуществлять обучающие и образовательные программы.

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Принс Кристофер

Ноттингемская Школа Бизнеса, Ноттингемский Трент Университет, Ноттингем, Великобритания.

Стюарт Джим

Ноттингемская Школа Бизнеса, Ноттингемский Трент Университет, Ноттингем, Великобритания.