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Current Trends in Training of Managers in the Field of Information And Communication Technologies And Identifying the Barriers to Education of Managers

Marcela Hallová, Peter Polakovič, Ivana Slováková

DOI: 10.7160/aol.2017.090405

Agris on-line Papers in Economics and Informatics, No 4 /2017, December

pp. 45-52

Hallová, M., Polakovič, P. and Slováková, I. (2017) “Current Trends in Training of Managers in the Field of Information And Communication Technologies And Identifying the Barriers to Education of Managers", AGRIS on-line Papers in Economics and Informatics, Vol. 9, No. 4, pp. 45-52. ISSN 1804-1930.DOI 10.7160/aol.2017.090405.

Abstract

Lately lifelong learning has become an integral part of the whole society. This is also the reason
for the greatest development of new concepts serving just the implementation of lifelong learning policy.
These changes in the process of continuous education are in practice much more than a comprehensive
adaptation of the education system, which is why this trend is currently understood mainly in the developed
countries of the world as a response to the changing labor market. Lifelong learning thus provides individuals
with a better perspective and at the same time increases the chances of an organization in which they succeed
and differentiate themselves on a global scale. That is why we can designate lifelong learning, learning
and constant improving as an essential part of the development of managers. Education and training
of human resources in organizations form a significant part of lifelong learning. Employee training focuses
on shaping individuals, their skills and increasing their competitiveness on the global market. In today's
turbulent and difficult-to-anticipate period, educational activities in management and training are important.
This brings the ever-increasing demands for expanding, specialized and retraining education and thus
the constant demand for new and more efficient forms of educatio n.

Keywords

Information and communication technologies, business performance, manager, educating of managers.

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