Human Factor As A Tool For The Safe Functioning Of A Corporation


The relevance of the problem under study is due to the fact that the human factor is the most important resource of any corporation functioning in modern market conditions. The importance of human resources for the reliable and safe operation of any commercial organization only increases in the process of the evolution of a market economy, increased competition, growing scarcity of land resources, transition (transfer) of the economy to an innovative development model. In the short term, the role of human capital will become even more significant, and it can be argued that investments in it will come out on top among other areas of investment. The article is aimed at finding ways to further develop the typology of organizations based on a key type of knowledge, which forms the basis for understanding how individual knowledge relates to wider group and organizational processes of knowledge management. The authors note that at present the key to mastering the art of organizational change, and, therefore, to ensuring the continued development of corporations and, as a result, achieving its economic security lies in the effective, continuous development of its human resources.

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