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Competence development for Industry 4.0: Qualification requirements and solutions

Anna Shevyakova (), Eleonorа Munsh (), Malika Arystan () and Yelena Petrenko ()
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Anna Shevyakova: LLP "Rational solutions"
Eleonorа Munsh: EPAM Kazakhstan
Malika Arystan: Karaganda Economic University of Kazpotrebsouz
Yelena Petrenko: PRUE - Plekhanov Russian University of Economics [Moscow]

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Abstract: The article reveals the requirements for the entry of the world economy into the fourth industrial revolution and Industry 4.0 to the competence of personnel. Industry 4.0 promises new digital solutions to optimize the entire flow of value creation in production systems. Existing production systems are often based on a philosophy of continuous improvement and lean management. The increasing digitalisation of production processes is placing new demands on employee competence. The article discusses and analyzes the necessary competences for successful integration of Kazakhstan and Russian enterprises into Industry 4.0. The article provides systematization of company specific competences and skills of employees, as well as the author's roadmap of implementation for competence development in Industry 4.0 and on its basis recommendations and solutions for enterprises are formed.

Keywords: Industry 4.0.; Competence; Roadmap; Fourth Industrial Revolution; Digitalization; Companies (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2021-03-30
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Published in Insights into Regional Development, 2021, 3 (1), pp.124 - 135. ⟨10.9770/ird.2021.3.1(7)⟩

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