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By Peter Docherty, Barry Nyhan

European competitiveness in an international viewpoint is a massive factor at the schedule of the ecu Union and eu undefined. The query of competitiveness is frequently re­ lated to continuous technological switch and altering paintings buildings to create extra versatile and adaptive paintings areas. yet those alterations are in themselves inadequate to satisfy the calls for of a turbulent enterprise setting, in the event that they aren't caused in shut courting with and anchored to the advance of the human source poten­ tial. Technological innovation and sleek post-Tayloristic paintings constructions position new calls for on staff. employees' skills and capabilities needs to be raised in nearly each sphere - in what are termed the recent key/core potential with regards to knowl­ side and cognitive abilities, social abilities, common and paintings comparable character personality­ istics including a excessive point of technological skill. even as, to make optimum use of the human power, the way paintings is organised and accord­ ingly the way individuals are controlled, needs to permit employees to enhance and use the mandatory advantage. An built-in Human source improvement procedure is required during which employees talents and potential take a valuable position. ecu competitiveness, from this attitude, implies a strategic selection via ecu compa­ nies and coverage makers to speculate in humans and their (potential) abilities.

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37 Docherty & Dilschmann noted three distinct stages in the individual's learning when new information technology systems are implemented. In the first stage, attention and learning are concentrated to mastering the equipment itself and the basic routines in the system. These issues absorb the user's full attention. The length of this phase depends naturally on the user's previous relevant sensory-based skill level. Following the first stage, this attention will then become focused on the actual application, its different functions and relations between them.

They are aimed at all levels in organisations and all sectors in the economy. Our categories are somewhat more restricted to the personnel in focus in this study, namely production workers in the mechanical, manufacturing and process industries. The categories we use are: Figure 4. Skills grouping in this study Technical competencies This refers to knowledge and skills needed to utilise in an efficient way the tools, machines and systems used in the production process. In this context we have been especially interested in whether the training and support organisation in terms of manuals, multimedia, self-learning materials, tutors and supervisors, are designed and organised to facilitate rule-based or knowledge-based behaviour.

46 The first and deepest skill level, requiring no conscious reflection, he calls "sensory-based behaviour" in which the individual, on noting a relevant sensory input, automatically executes the appropriate response. This is typical of physical skill performed in the production process; for example by a turner using a lathe. The second level is what he calls "rule-based behaviour" in which sensory signals may more or less consciously be regarded as relevant cues which initiate a search for the relevant standard response in the individual's repertoire.

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