Issue: № 6/3, 2021
The talent management concept is the most consistent with the task of developing human resources for a higher educational institution. On the basis of the synthesis of theory and practice, the authors have developed a number of practical recommendations aimed at improving the efficiency of the university's human resources management: substantiated the need to create a Coordination Council for the development of the university's human resources; development of the concept of the Center for Personnel Development, designed to provide access to a new level of talent management at the university; the issues that require special attention for the search for management decisions in the field of policy for the development of the university's personnel potential are identified.
The current transformations of the domestic system of higher professional education, including the transition to a multilevel model of education, the introduction of new educational standards, the development of innovative methods of organization and management of the educational process, diversification and expansion of educational programs, necessitate strengthening the development of human resources implementation of modernization processes. Thus, the issue of building a management system for the development of higher education staff, which takes into account the specifics of the main categories of employees: teaching staff, scientists and administrative staff.
In general, the system of personnel development management as a set of interrelated actions, covering such subsystems as the development of strategies and policies for human resources development, training, work with the human resources reserve, talent management, career planning and support, competence and performance management, requires certain decisions in the field of organizational design. In other words, the effectiveness of the implementation of a systematic approach to the development of human potential of the university depends, among other things, on the degree of rational distribution of areas of responsibility and the performance of relevant functions between its structural units.
Keywords : personnel potential, professional development of personnel, personnel reserve, talent management, motivation for development
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