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Maintenance supply chain for nuclear power plants : information technology support for human resources management
Andrej Androjna, Robert Bizjak, Bojan Rosi, 2009, original scientific article

Abstract: The paper is looking at a case on IT support of HR management in a maintenance supply chain for nuclear power plants and analyzing a specific solution developed by NUMIP Ltd. The database NOS Data developed by NUMIP Ltd.has proved to be an efficient tool for the intended purpose and size of the current application. Yet there is a clear potential for improvement of the tool in the future, mainly related to direct electronic data exchange with customers and subcontractors, as well as to implementation of requirements of nuclear plants from different markets. The case study provides a description of a relatively complex requirement structure that applies to outsourced personnel working in maintenance activities in a nuclear power plant. The area is rather poorly covered in literature, hence the paper may be of interest to practitioners and students, as well as researchers.
Keywords: supply chain, maintenance, nuclear power plant, information technology, human resources
Published: 05.06.2012; Views: 1187; Downloads: 34
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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SOLUTIONS AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN IT COMPANIES
Jelena Horvat, 2015, doctoral dissertation

Abstract: Knowledge has been recognized as currency for organizational sustenance and competitive advantage and is the most prominent among traditional factors of production, such as land, labour and capital. Human resource management (HRM) includes decisions that affect the success of business, all with aim of achieving long-term goals. This thesis supports the premise of relationship between HRM and knowledge management (KM) with focus on information solutions and aims to elaborate on this link from the aspect of ICT companies. Four major parts in this thesis can be distinguished: first three concern the literature analysis of current findings and fourth part covers methodology, data analysis and conclusion. In the first part, current literature findings in the field of human resource management, its functions, applications, IT systems and previous research from Slovenia and Croatia are presented. HRM is observed through HRM functions (recruitment and selection; training and development; performance appraisal). In addition to functions, various research has been done in the field of best practices, which lead to enhancement of HR. These HR best practices are considered as important factors for successful knowledge management development. This thesis tries to present and comprehend the best practises of HRM through literature analysis and classification. Second part of the literature analysis concerns the knowledge management processes, systems and mechanisms, which are explained and supported with current research results. In the third part, findings on the relationship between HRM and KM are analysed providing a conceptual model for empirical research. This doctoral thesis focuses on two aims: the analysis of previous research findings in two perspective fields (human resource management and knowledge management) and developing and testing a conceptual model that would explain the relationship between them. Achieving these aims required a comprehensive preliminary research; involvement of experts in the field of HRM and a whole set of recent statistical techniques and findings to be applied for data analysis and interpretation. Three main hypotheses and a conceptual model regarding KM and HRM were formed based on literature findings. A total of 274 completed responses were received from companies. For data analysis and hypothesis software tool the SmartPLS is used. In ICT companies and IT departments in Slovenia and Croatia, the relationship between HRM functions and effective factors with knowledge management and information solutions is analysed. Data analysis showed that in most case there is not a large difference between Slovenian and Croatian companies when it comes to HRM functions and KM solutions. One of the major contributions is the analysis of literature evidence and providing new classification and categorization of the HRM best practice. Accordingly, after literature analysis, indicators of the HR best practice were categorized into two effective factors: Work design structures (sub-factors: Design of Work and Design of relationship) and Encouraging and opportunity structures. Second contribution are the hypothesis testing through which relationship between effective factor and knowledge management, and HRM functions, information solutions and knowledge management was analyzed. Data for this thesis was collected through online questionnaire administered to ICT companies in Slovenia and Croatia. This dissertation systemizes current literature findings in two perspective field and it offers an inside in the ICT companies form Slovenia and Croatia. Due to the fact that such research has not yet been done in Slovenia and Croatian nor systematization and classifications of best practices has been provided, this dissertation contributes to the field of human research management and knowledge management through theoretical and empirical findings.
Keywords: Human Resources Management, Knowledge Management, Knowledge Management Information Solutions, IT companies, Structural Equation Modelling
Published: 24.04.2015; Views: 1106; Downloads: 110
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Differences between offer and demand on the ICT specialist's Czech labor market
Petr Doucek, Lea Nedomová, Milos Maryska, 2012, original scientific article

Abstract: Global changes in the information society are placing ever greater emphasis on professionals in all areas of human activity and in the area of ICT (Information and Communications Technology) especially. This article provides methodology how to measure knowledge level requirements on ICT specialists in business, ICT and non ICT skills in graduates of tertiary education level. It shows also an example of data collecting in academic sphere and among business unites. Practical experiences from the five years research are presented at the end of in this contribution. These results are successfully applied for human resource management and innovation management in competences of ICT professionals in small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the Czech Republic.
Keywords: information and communication technology (ICT), human resources in ICT, ICT education, competencies in SMEs
Published: 29.11.2017; Views: 201; Downloads: 128
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