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Kania Krzysztof (Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Katowicach)
Tytuł
Gamifikacja w procesie wprowadzania nowych technologii informatycznych do organizacji jako zadanie specjalistów HR
Gamification in the Process of Introducing New Information Technologies into the Organization : a Task for HR Specialists
Źródło
Zarządzanie Zasobami Ludzkimi, 2018, nr 5, s. 27-44, bibliogr. 78 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Grywalizacja, Nowe technologie, Technologie teleinformatyczne, Zarządzanie zasobami ludzkimi
Gamification, High-tech, Information and communication technologies, Human Resources Management (HRM)
Uwagi
streszcz., summ.
Abstrakt
Analizując role menedżerów HR we współczesnych, innowacyjnych organizacjach, wskazuje się na potrzebę podjęcia przez nich funkcji innowatora procesów i propagatora nowych technologii. Nowe technologie informatyczno-komunikacyjne (NTIK) wpływają na charakter i sposoby realizacji zadań nie tylko pracowników organizacji, ale również - menedżerów HR. Wprowadzanie NTIK do organizacji jest zadaniem długotrwałym i złożonym, zlecanym dotychczas niemalże w całości informatykom. Tymczasem dotyka ono niemal wszystkich pracowników i choćby tylko z tego powodu musi ono również angażować pracowników HR. Celem artykułu jest zarysowanie nowej roli pracowników HR w realizacji zadania, jakim jest wprowadzenie NTIK do organizacji, a w tej perspektywie - wykorzystywania gamifikacji. W artykule, po przedstawieniu wpływu NTIK na organizację oraz zadania specjalistów HR, zaprezentowano gamifikację, jako jedno z perspektywicznych narzędzi specjalistów HR, użytecznych w implementacji NTIK do organizacji. (abstrakt oryginalny)

Analysis of the roles of HR managers in contemporary, innovative organizations indicates their new emerging functions as process innovators and new technology propagators. New information and communication technologies (NICT) affect not only the nature of tasks and their performance by organization employees, but also of HR managers. The introduction of NICT to the organization is a long-term and complex task. To date it has almost completely been the responsibility of ICT specialists. However, the introduction of NICT affects almost all employees. If for no other reason, it must also involve HR specialists. The goal of this article is to outline the new role of HR specialists in the introduction of NICT into the organization, where gamification may be applied. After presenting the impact of NICT on the organization and on HR specialist tasks, gamification is presented as a potential tool for HR specialists, useful in implementing NICT in the organization. (original abstract)
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