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Reconsidering HR competency models: entrepreneurship and digital competency

Tumentsetseg Enkhjav, Zoltán Szira, Erika Varga
2021 Technology transfer innovative solutions in Social Sciences and Humanities  
Based on the literature that is reviewed by researchers, it may be reasonable to assume that previously validated HR competency models in different contexts are not being fully applicable and supportive  ...  This study suggests that the globally accepted HR competency models should be updated and redesigned based on the concept of "digital skills", HR relations skills" and "entrepreneurship" as a competency  ...  to the smooth transition to the technology-intensive business and the digital workplace, Therefore, this paper reviews literature, related to the topic of HR competencies and digital workplace, in order  ... 
doi:10.21303/2613-5647.2021.001663 fatcat:5wknu7suune6bn46mhyvslrfxq

The Development of Competencies for Employability Digital Competencies

Eszter Németh, Kornél Németh, Károly Szép
2021 GiLE Journal of Skills Development  
all have a crucial role to play in managing the massive wave of change.  ...  This study addresses the interactions, dependencies, and correlations between certain areas of social existence, as expectations change regarding human competencies and their continued role in economic  ...  Acknowledgement We acknowledge the financial support of Széchenyi 2020 under the EFOP-3.6.1-16-2016-00015.  ... 
doi:10.52398/gjsd.2021.v1.i2.pp68-81 fatcat:aaxh3hmffrd7rc2cimoywupltq

The competencies needed for digital transformation

Patrick Fonseca, Winnie Ng Picoto
2020 Online Journal of Applied Knowledge Management  
It further contributes by identifying the digital competencies, which are important in the companies' workplace environment of today.  ...  This study used a panel of 16 professionals to create an ordering rank according to the degree of importance of digital competencies.  ...  Then, it presents digital transformation followed by a literature review about the skills for digital transformation and the digital competence reference model.  ... 
doi:10.36965/ojakm.2020.8(2)53-70 fatcat:jctid4zexffmtktkvdtffsjfmi

Developing Digital Competences of Vocational Teachers

Sabine Seufert, Nina Scheffler
2016 International Journal of Digital Literacy and Digital Competence  
In the context of corporate learning digital media and digital tools have become more accepted than in the field of education systems.  ...  One reason why technology-based learning is still underdeveloped in schools could be the insufficient digital competences of teachers.  ...  In the context of a comprehensive literature review, Hord (ibid.) identified in particular the following five success factors for promoting conditions conducive to learning in a school: 1) supportive and  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijdldc.2016010104 fatcat:p23rxxwww5ac7jfywrew2d2eny

Digitally competent schools: teacher expectations when introducing digital competence in Finnish basic education

Linda Mannila
We have analysed 86 Finnish teachers' descriptions of digitally competent schools and digitally competent personnel, in order to identify a list of prerequisites that can be helpful to school leaders who  ...  As a result, countries all over the world are renewing their school curricula in order to include digital competence, computer science or other similar content.  ...  This is closely related to the concept of digitally competent schools, as used here and previously mentioned in the literature by for instance Ottestad (2010) .  ... 
doaj:11b0be170f044a8ba188c434a94564c3 fatcat:ufc3n2xy4faafgxh2zsjdi3vau

Competency Requirements at Digitalized Workplaces in the Semiconductor Industry [chapter]

Sophia Keil, Fabian Lindner, Josef Moser, Rüdiger von der Weth, Germar Schneider
2020 Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering  
Therefore, a literature review, interviews, and observations are conducted and the results presented.  ...  Automation and digitalization in manufacturing are used as means to speed up the production, reduce its costs, and improve the quality of the products.  ...  The JU receives support from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-48602-0_9 fatcat:smsnaivrqrcbnarpvmywforggu

Teacher digital competence: bringing education to the next level

S.V. Tsymbal, National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine
2020 Humanitarian studios: pedagogics, psychology, philosophy  
This study explores the concept of digital competence and provide insight into the European Framework for the Digital Competence of Educators.  ...  The digital revolution has transformed the way people access information, communicate and learn.  ...  In our research we utilize literature review as well as educational reports analysis as the main method of investigation.  ... 
doi:10.31548/hspedagog2020.01.022 fatcat:6wu4ftbf6baljfhtdnlwjcoh2y

An exploratory study of digital workforce competency in Thailand

Veeraporn Siddoo, Jinda Sawattawee, Worawit Janchai, Orawit Thinnukool
2019 Heliyon  
Phase one was to study and identify essential competencies for the digital workforce by first reviewing the literature, then verifying these results through qualitative methodology.  ...  This study, conducted in Thailand, explores the competency of the digital workforce, an issue that was identified as vital to the 2017-2021 national agenda.  ...  Based on the literature review, and confirming the individual competencies of a digital workforce by qualitative methodology, the findings in Tables 2 and 3 illustrate twenty-four competencies and their  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.heliyon.2019.e01723 pmid:31193339 pmcid:PMC6525311 fatcat:2nj2phx4fjb3rdb2tg4kf2ulti

Digital mismatch: Expectations and realities of digital competency amongst pre-service education students

Jennifer Duncan-Howell
2012 Australasian Journal of Educational Technology  
to be taught via a range of digital technologies and they expect to use their digital skills throughout their personal and professional lives.  ...  However, what both of these groups share is a </span>digital expectation<span> and they expect upon completion of their studies to be more digitally fluent than when they entered university, they expect  ...  This literature review has sought to clarify the context within which the need for the development of discipline-specific digital competency in higher education is situated.  ... 
doi:10.14742/ajet.819 fatcat:zvhpr5ark5cltdpzwjjeg3gzxa

Required competencies for successful digital transformation
Kompetencije potrebne za uspešno sprovođenje digitalne transformacije

Vanja Erceg, Tihomir Zoranović
2020 Ekonomika  
In the middle of the Fourth Industrial Revolution there is a digital transformation that will completely change our understanding of business.  ...  In order to successfully implement the digital transformation and survive in the global market, companies must own adequate intellectual capital.  ...  The following are the required steps by the systematic literature review protocol.  ... 
doi:10.5937/ekonomika2003047e fatcat:thiyw6zwuff2dexteo6ugsoc7u

Towards a definition of "mathematical digital competency"

Eirini Geraniou, Uffe Thomas Jankvist
2019 Educational Studies in Mathematics  
Based on reviewing existing competency frameworks, both mathematical and digital, and by exploring an empirical example, this article addresses the question of how to think about and understand a combined  ...  Due to the embeddedness of digital technologies in mathematics education of today, we often see examples of students simultaneously using their mathematical competencies and digital competencies.  ...  Towards a definition of Bmathematical digital competency^43 Funding information This article was partly written in the frame of project 8018-00062B under Independent Research Fund Denmark.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10649-019-09893-8 fatcat:lqmqob4yxbclxopmlllutggym4

Digital competence and digital literacy in higher education research: Systematic review of concept use

Maria Spante, Sylvana Sofkova Hashemi, Mona Lundin, Anne Algers, Shuyan Wang
2018 Cogent Education  
Three databases were used in the systematic literature review:  ...  The aim is to establish an understanding of referencing strategy to digital literacy and digital competence over time, disciplines, countries, methods and level of analysis.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by the project DigitaL: Learning in the digitalized region, a collaboration between University West, University of Gothenburg and Region Västra Götaland, Sweden  ... 
doi:10.1080/2331186x.2018.1519143 fatcat:fxh4xxfo7rd5jnmspyrhmozkz4

The Development of a MOOCs Knowledge Repository System Using a Digital Knowledge Engineering Process to Enhance Digital Entrepreneurs' Competencies

Nattaphol Thanachawengsakul, Panita Wannapiroon
2021 International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy (iJEP)  
The objectives of this research were as follows: the development of a MOOCs knowledge repository system using a digital knowledge engineering process, and a competency assessment of digital entrepreneurs  ...  = 4.89, S.D. = 0.31), and (2) the overall result regarding the competencies of digital entrepreneurs after engaging in a MOOCs knowledge repository system using a digital knowledge engineering process  ...  the owners of research articles, documentary, textbooks, and all sources of information.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijep.v11i6.24409 fatcat:u5qjgu7fg5cxjhvyv24adkvosy

Digital Competence of Students from Economic Universities in Vietnam in the Digital Economy

2022 European Journal of Business and Management  
Digital competence is a key aspect for student majoring in economic in order to study and work in the world of the global economy.  ...  In recent years, digital competence has become one of the most significant fundamental competences in the digital economy.  ...  The rest of the study is organized as follows: Section 2 shows the literature reviews of research projects on students' digital competence and digital competence frameworks.  ... 
doi:10.7176/ejbm/14-3-02 fatcat:duwnp3qo5rccxah6fie3byrscm

Technical Competencies in Digital Technology towards Industrial Revolution 4.0

Asnidatul Adilah Ismail, Faculty of Technical and Vocational Education, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, Parit Raja, 86400, MALAYSIA, Razali Hassan, Faculty of Technical and Vocational Education, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, Parit Raja, 86400, MALAYSIA
2019 Journal of Technical Education and Training  
Findings from the survey concluded that the respondents' level of knowledge and skills to most of the technical competency is still at the average level and requires a lot of improvement.  ...  This study uses qualitative method and has implemented survey method of distributing a set of questionnaires to selected respondents.  ...  Additionally, individual competency is critical to provide a spot in the new workplace environment during the transformation.  ... 
doi:10.30880/jtet.2019.11.03.008 fatcat:ntzm7m4pjfbb5h7n3ypoxlvkhq
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