Employing Specialized Skills To Develop Smart Systems For Human Resources: An Applied Study In Baghdad Security Dept

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Montadher Mahdi Aziz , Asst. Prof. Dr. Fouad Yousif Abdul Rahman , Asst. Prof. Dr. Somaya Abbas Majeed


The research is based on the statement “there is a significant role for employing specialized skills scientifically and accurately and distributing them in a manner that takes into account the achievement of organization and structure, which are compatible with the actual need leads to framing the work scientifically”. This kind of employment has an instrumental and prominent role in promoting and developing the smart systems for human resources, their applications and use in a manner coinciding with the specialization required to change all administrative, financial, and security tasks from semi-automated applications to adopting automated digitization. This change would make a qualitative shift in enhancing the position of electronic management as a new launch and building for providing services. The institution under study suffers from obvious neglect and is far from using information and communication technologies and smart systems to enhance the work of administration. The institution also suffers from unlinking internally and externally according to a new digital structure and follow up developments and updates to benefit from it case of a turbulent work environment and new variables that require immediate treatments that reduce time, effort, and cost. In addition, this institution suffers from poor distribution of specialized skills for tasks, responsibilities and duties to match the outputs of those disciplines to transform the traditional routine work into a digital system managed with scientific disciplines and smart systems for human resources. The researcher adopted the digital system in building the intellectual system to determine the research problem and its dimensions, in which the field coexistence of the research community had played a part.

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