Today’s globalizing economy requires companies to nurture pools of well-educated professionals who are able to adapt rapidly to their changing environment and the evolving needs. Especially for multinational companies in Russia, this can be challenging.
One of the reasons for the lack of advanced management techniques lies in the fact that these skills appears not to be taught effectively at Russian universities. The share of graduates’ proficient enough to be hired by a multinational company is very low. Furthermore, there is a low willingness among Russian managers to delegate authority. Young professionals getting disappointed with their career advancement, motivation drops and engagement is low. Added with high turnover of staff, and the low quality of training providers, this all results in low labor productivity. Not only in production companies, but also in knowledge intensive firms.
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