Training Of Personnel In The Conditions Of Innovative Management Of Petrochemical Production

Abstract

The article defines the role of training in the field of innovative management of petrochemical production. The trend in the training of specialists in primary and secondary vocational education is revealed. It is determined that the transition to" smart " production in the conditions of digitalization inevitably reduces the number of jobs in the workshops and increases the number of specialists and workers engaged in the preparation and creation of high-performance automated production. The main directions of personnel development in the transition to the digital economy are defined. Integrating human resource management into the strategic planning process allows you to create and develop the necessary skills and competencies to achieve effective results, opportunities and competitive advantages. The introduction of more efficient and faster production systems and innovative technologies allows you to reduce production processes, accelerate the entry of new products and services to the market, as well as the associated delivery times, reduce production stages and increase the ability to differentiate products. It is concluded that the restructuring of the university's activities should include the creation of a system of training specialists for the digital and innovative economy based on and taking into account the forecast of the directions of development of critical technologies, research topics within the framework of new technical tasks.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.201

Online ISSN

2357-1330