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FORMING EFFECTIVE MODEL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (CASE OF GEORGIA)

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Autor: Tamari BERIDZE, Medea CHELIDZE, Bella GODERDZISHVILI

Vydanie: 2017/3     Strany: 13-16     Klasifikácia JEL: O15, M14, M15

Kľúčové slová: Human resources, The success of Organization, Corporate Climate, Human potential, Japanese Model

Sekcia: HUMAN RESOURCES AND PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT

Kontakty:
Tamari Beridze, Candidate of Technical Sciences, Professor
Department of Business Administration,
Faculty of Business Technologies,
Georgian Technical University
77, Kostava Str., 0175,
0175, Tbilisi
Georgia
E-mail: t.beridze@yahoo.com

Medea Chelidze, Candidate of Economic Sciences, Professor
Department of Financial and Banking Technology,
Faculty of Business Technologies,
Georgian Technical University
77, Kostava Str., 0175,
0175, Tbilisi
Georgia
E-mail: medach7@yahoo.com

Bella Goderdzishvili, Academic Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor
Department of Business Administration,
Faculty of Business Technologies,
Georgian Technical University
77, Kostava Str., 0175,
0175, Tbilisi
Georgia
E-mail: goderdzishvili74@mail.ru

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