IMPROVING THE STAFF DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTIONS UNDER DIGITAL ECONOMY CONDITIONS
AbstractThe ongoing improvement of public structures and relationships increasingly based on modern digital technologies causing exponential growth of data flows puts a focus on digitalization issues. Digitalization as a world trend of modern development forms a new type of economy with relations over the production, processing, storage, transfer, and use of increasing amounts of data becoming dominant. In this regard, we identify an increasing interest in the development of personnel. More and more companies tend to create conditions for continuous training of their employees. At the same time, organizations that have been engaged in staff development for a significant period, increasingly focus on ways to improve the staff efficiency in the context of modernization, leading to the need for a thorough study of staff development tools in digital economy.
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