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Određivanje preferencija ključnih kompetencija biznis menadžera od strane donosioca odluke o zapošljavanju korišćenjem Conjoint analize
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Fakultet organizacionih nauka

e-adresadjurovicmilena86@gmail.com, marija.kuzmanovic@fon.bg.ac.rs, milan@fon.bg.ac.rs
Ključne reči: ključne kompetencije; biznis menadžer; donosioci odluke o zapošljavanju; Conjoint analiza; preferencije
Sažetak
Ovaj rad ima za cilj da identifikuje kompetencije kandidata za zapošljavanje za poziciju biznis menadžera koje donosioci odluke o zapošljavanju smatraju važnim. Predložili smo Conjoint analizu kao tehniku za određivanje preferencija odluke o zapošljavanju. Conjoint analiza je eksperimentalni pristup koji se koristi kao sredstvo za merenje preferencije kupaca prema proizvodima ili uslugama, kao i za razumevanje pojedinačnih preferencija. Sprovedeno je istraživanje i dobijeni rezultati imaju za cilj da informišu potencijalne kandidate o očekivanjima odluke o zapošljavanju, kao i da pomognu nastavnicima na fakultetima u kreiranju programa nastave.
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jezik rada: srpski, engleski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 22.03.2013.