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Characters of innovation management in the primary health care centers
Alireza Aslani, Marja Naaranoja, 2013, original scientific article

Abstract: Innovation management in the primary health care centers is one of the important debates among the governments and academic forums. Although the number of studies in the field of innovation in health care sectors has increased over the last 10 years, little is known about the conditions for the successful implementation of innovations in the health care centers. In this paper, we review and assess the situation of Finnish health care centers from innovation management viewpoint. We try to answer one of the important questions designed by policy makers: “How can Finnish health care centers move toward systems that continuously improve their innovation and creativity?” The presented framework describes the main characters and dimensions of diffusion of ideation and innovation in the health care centers.
Keywords: health care centers, ideation, diffusion of creativity and innovation, Finland
Published in DKUM: 29.11.2017; Views: 1098; Downloads: 379
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Older knowledge workers as the labour market potential (Slovenia versus Finland)
Magda Zupančič, 2017, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: This article refers to the challenge of demographic changes gaining attention in many developed countries. The European Union recognized the need to activate older knowledge workers, who are underrepresented and pushed out of the labour market or are inadequately motivated to continue their employment for various reasons, despite their accumulated knowledge and experiences. EU member states respond differently to their ageing, with more or less successful national policies. This article is based on research of the labour market development for older knowledge workers in Slovenia compared to the Finnish age management policy at the end of the 1990s that successfully increased Finnish older knowledge workers’ employment through focused and holistic measures. Slovenia stagnated in the same period due to a lack of holistic solutions-a situation that continues today. The results and deficiencies of past bad and good practices in these two compared EU member states might offer some further reflections on possible steps to follow or avoid regarding active ageing solutions in the EU.
Keywords: older knowledge workers, Slovenia, Finland, EU
Published in DKUM: 14.11.2017; Views: 1212; Downloads: 379
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