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Model of Skills Development at the Operational Level Applied to the Steel Industry

Abstract : The steel sector was one of the pioneers to join the Movement for Quality in Brazil in late 1980, because a significant portion of its revenues came from exports. The steel industry needs massive investment to upgrade its technology, which requires a high level of training of their operators. They must form a human capital capable of producing a laminate to win the preference of its customers. Based on four models of knowledge management: the SECI model, CYNEFIN model, the FIVE DISCIPLINES model and the SEVEN DIMENSIONS model, supported by the Knowledge Management Principles established by Davenport and Prusak, combined with the Criteria for Management Excellence, was developed a Competency Development Model. To validate this model has been carried out a  field research in the governance representative of the national steel industry, with the aim to ensure safety in production operations and contribute positively to the manufacture with quality, reliability and competitiveness.
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Ulysses Martins Moreira Filho, Pedro De Oliveira Costa Neto. Model of Skills Development at the Operational Level Applied to the Steel Industry. 19th Advances in Production Management Systems (APMS), Sep 2012, Rhodes, Greece. pp.638-644, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-40352-1_80⟩. ⟨hal-01472303⟩



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