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Volume 93, 20213rd International Scientific Conference on New Industrialization and Digitalization (NID 2020)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Modern Management Technologies and the Development of Knowledge-Intensive Activities|
|Published online||12 January 2021|
Problems of "Digitalization" of Organizing the Management of Training Specialists in Domestic Universities for the Needs of Domestic Organizations and Ways to Solve Them
1 Yaroslavl State Technical University, 150088 Yaroslavl, Russia
2 Financial University affiliated to the Government of the Russian Federation, Yaroslav branch, 150003 Yaroslavl, Russia
Today, the idea of "digitalization" of many areas of activity is being actively implemented in Russia as a factor in the implementation of modern management technologies: "digitalization" of society, "digitalization" of the economy, "digitalization" of production, "digitalization" of management, etc. This idea was not spared by the “digitalization” of the organization of higher education management and the process of training the specialists in Russian universities for domestic organizations. However, not all “good” theoretical ideas have the same “good” practical implementation, since the practice reveals many problems in this area and expects the science to advise on their solution. This article shows the problems associated with the implementation of the ideas of "digitalization" of the organization of domestic higher education and shows possible ways to overcome them and improve the quality of training students as future professionals for domestic organizations, as well as the effective use of "digitalization" in higher education to increase its efficiency as a result of scientific and technological progress. Moreover, the development of such recommendations was based on the historical and modern domestic experience of organizing higher professional education in Russian universities.
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