Rola i funkcje przedsiębiorstw w edukacji i kształceniu
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Changes taking place in the internal and external environments of enterprises, as well as affecting workers' systems of values and their expectations modify the way the enterprises view management. The building of a knowledge society and knowledge economy started at the turn of the 20th and 21st c., the appearance of learning organizations that constantly adapt themselves and learn because all their workers learn and develop themselves has left a special mark on the human resource management. Especially today, enterprises' educational activities within the HRM area should be consistent with other HRM elements and the strategy, organizational culture and structure of a firm. The entire training processes, starting from the assessment of training needs, through training implementation, its organization, selection of training methods, to the evaluation of the actions' effectiveness is central to managing a modern enterprise. By expanding workers' competencies, organizations create opportunities enabling them to achieve their goals and grow, but also to satisfy workers' aspirations and motivate them. Because the Polish enterprises are global players, they also participate in EU educational projects and benefit from them. This exchange of lessons learnt and joint work on solutions seem especially valuable for managing training activities and improving workers and organizations' competencies.