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Czekaj Janusz (Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Krakowie), Tyrańska Małgorzata (Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Krakowie), Ziębicki Bernard (Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Krakowie)
Title
Oczekiwania pracodawców dotyczące kompetencji cyfrowych absolwentów uczelni ekonomicznych
Employers' expectations regarding the digital competences of graduates of economic universities
Source
Organizacja i Kierowanie, 2022, nr 2, s. 234-257, rys., tab., bibliogr. 21 poz.
Organization and Management
Keyword
Kompetencje, Umiejętności cyfrowe, Rynek pracy, Rozwój technologiczny, Technologia komunikowania, Technologie cyfrowe, Komunikowanie w biznesie, Rozwój przedsiębiorstwa
Competences, Digital competences, Labour market, Technological development, Communication technology, Digital technologies, Business communication, Enterprise development
Note
streszcz., summ. JEL: M12, I23, M54
Abstract
Główną determinantą rozwoju współczesnego biznesu jest technologia informatyczno-komunikacyjna. Wpływa ona zarówno na zmiany potrzeb i zachowań klientów, jak również sposób prowadzenia biznesu. Zdolność skutecznego działania w tych warunkach wymaga posiadania specyficznych kompetencji, określanych jako cyfrowe. W artykule przedstawiono wyniki badań dotyczące identyfikacji oczekiwań rynku pracy w zakresie kompetencji cyfrowych absolwentów uczelni ekonomicznych, na podstawie analizy tekstowej ogłoszeń o pracę. Wyjaśniono pojęcie kompetencji cyfrowych. Przedstawiono schemat badania polegającego na analizie treści ogłoszeń o pracę w celu identyfikacji wymaganych kompetencji. Zastosowana metoda może zostać wykorzystana do stworzenia systemu stałego monitorowania oczekiwań kompetencyjnych na rynku pracy.(abstrakt oryginalny)

The main determinant of the development of a modern business is information and communication technology. It affects both changes in customer needs and behaviors, as well as the way of doing business. The ability to operate effectively in these conditions requires specific competences, referred to as digital. The article presents the results of research on the identification of labor market expectations in the field of digital competences of graduates of economic universities, based on text analysis of job advertisements. The concept of digital competence is explained. A diagram of the study consisting in the analysis of the content of job advertisements in order to identify the required competences is presented. The method used can be adopted to create a system of constant monitoring of competence expectations on the labor market.(original abstract)
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0137-5466
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