Intellectual capital and talents in agribusiness organisation development
M. Horalíková, P. Berglováhttps://doi.org/10.17221/5361-AGRICECONCitation:Horalíková M., Berglová P. (2002): Intellectual capital and talents in agribusiness organisation development. Agric. Econ. – Czech, 48: 505-510.
Human resources are a key factor in the development and competitiveness of organisations. The concept of organisation’s intellectual capital enables a complex and systematic look at the decisive organisation sources (including human resources). Talents – people with management skills and the so-called project talents play an important role within the frame of human resources. Talents – bearers of special endowments and abilities – are a decisive factor in the growth of the organisation. Partial probes carried out in agribusiness organisations have confirmed the significance of both theoretical concepts. At the same time, they have revealed that organisations utilise various kinds of talents the differentiation of which requires a more profound examination and analysis in order to assess, in a competent way, the contents and forms of education of young professionals, as well as the contents and forms of lifelong education in the field of agribusiness.Keywords:
human resources, organisation intellectual capital, talents, management talents, project talents