Development of organisational knowledge system in the structure of vocational education

Maryna Martynenko, Oleksandr Menshykov

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Introduction. The conceptual basis of development of the system organisational knowledge in the structure of vocational education has been considered in the article. Purpose. The purpose of the article is the justification of the constituent elements of the concept of development of the system of organisational knowledge in the structure of vocational education of employees on the basis of a comparative analysis of the experience of the United Kingdom and Ukraine. Results. The authors of the article have described key principles of development of the system of organisational knowledge such as adaptability, continuity, focus on the goal, resonance effects, nonlinearity, innovation, complexity, maximisation of synergies and self-organisation. The contradictions that lead to development of the system of organisational knowledge in the structure of vocational education at the macro-, meso- and microlevels have been determined. The main contradiction is a mismatch of the necessary and available skills of employees in the United Kingdom and Ukraine. A hierarchy of hypotheses of the concept of development of the system of organisational knowledge in the structure of vocational education is presented. The main hypothesis concerns development of the system of organisational knowledge as an integrated component of vocational education contributing to the institutional changes at the three economic levels. This hypothesis is supplemented by a number of specifying hypotheses. The existing and proposed by the authors interpretations of the constituent elements of the concept in the structure of vocational education have been compared and analysed. Conclusions. The concept of development of the system of organisational knowledge (SOK) in the structure of vocational education of employees is based on a new scientific approach to the search of ways of improving the vocational education and includes theoretical principles directed at the solution of problems and contradictions at the macro, meso and microeconomic levels in the United Kingdom and Ukraine.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)66-70
Number of pages5
JournalEconomic Annals-XXI
Volume165
Issue number5-6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 11 Oct 2017

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Vocational Education
knowledge
Ukraine
employee
self-organization
Organizational knowledge
Knowledge system
Vocational education
microeconomics
institutional change
synergy
mismatch
continuity
innovation
interpretation

Keywords

  • Organizational Knowledge
  • Vocational Education
  • Macro-, Meso- and Microeconomic Levels
  • Development
  • United Kingdom
  • Ukraine

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Development of organisational knowledge system in the structure of vocational education. / Martynenko, Maryna; Menshykov, Oleksandr.

In: Economic Annals-XXI, Vol. 165, No. 5-6, 11.10.2017, p. 66-70.

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