INTERSECTION OF TECHNOLOGICAL SKILLS AND STRATEGIC COMPETENCES IN DEVELOPING THE HUMAN RESOURCE POLICY IN CONTEMPORARY RUSSIA
This article provides the results of research and projection of the current and innovative models of competences for modern civil servants. The principal aim of the study is to identify the interdependence of the human resource policy instruments and the current and innovative models of competences for a modern civil servant. The study objectives are fourfold: 1) describe the existing three-cluster competence model of a civil servant; 2) identify competences that update the professional potential of modern civil servants; 3) project an innovative model for a modern civil servant based on the results of a foresight analysis involving sessions with representatives of the state administration in the Rostov and Vladimir regions; and 4) identify the digital economy factors influencing the development of the civil service system in modern Russia. The methodological basis of this work is a large-scale foresight analysis using an expert survey carried out among representatives of the state administration of the Rostov and Vladimir region. This includes data analysis and classification of 302 individual questionnaires. The main purpose of the work is to identify the interdependence of strategic competences and technological skills for determining the dynamics of the Russian state human resource policy, as well as defining digital economy factors influencing the development of the civil service system in modern Russia.
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