Organizational and analytical frameworks for diagnostics human capital
Keywords:human capital, diagnosis of human capital, phase of the reproduction of human capital, formation, use, accumulation, preservation of human capital
The authors propose organizational and analytical support for the diagnosis of human capital, which aims to create a procedure, that is, the established order, the carrying out of diagnostics. The main goals of organizational and analytical support of the diagnosis of human capital should include the following: diagnosis; determination of prospects of development of human capital as a diagnosis; development of programs, strategies, and concepts for the development of human capital based on diagnostic results; implementation of development programs and their monitoring; monitoring the implementation of the proposed measures. It is proved that the prioritization of human capital development should occur on the basis of the diagnostic results depending on the diagnosis, i.e. in accordance with the existing problems of its reproduction. The perspectives of human development should be developed in accordance with the basic stages of development of human capital, i.e. acquisition, use, accumulation and preservation. The use of this approach allows to define clearly the prospects for the development of human capital, taking into account the particular features and conditions on each phase. Diagnosis is the diagnosis, which should include an assessment of the research object at the time of diagnosis. It is proved that the prioritization of human capital development should occur on the basis of the diagnostic results depending on the diagnosis, i.e. in accordance with the existing problems of its reproduction. Definition prospects for human development should be developed in accordance with the basic stages of development of human capital, i.e. acquisition, use, accumulation and preservation. The use of this approach allows to define clearly the prospects for the development of human capital, taking into account the particular features and conditions on each phase.Managing the development of human capital is useful to consider how the process of planning, organization, motivation and control phases of acquisition, use, accumulation and preservation of human capital to increase its quantitative and qualitative characteristics. These processes need to be investigated at the macro and macro levels, which is caused by the peculiarities of reproduction of human capital at each level. Monitoring the implementation of programs, strategies human capital development is based on the establishment of regulatory indicators, measurable targets and reasonable tolerance by comparing the diagnostic indicators of human capital with the proposed standards.
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