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2012 | 12 | 3 | 86-96
Article title

The Kaizen principle of personality

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Abstracts
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The study deals with a new aspect of training and development. By defining the validity and the competencies of the training method, the importance and the possible methodology of personality development are introduced. It is assumed that a mature personality, as a product of the individualizing process described by Jung, is a behavior-determining competency. Depending on the situation at times teaching is needed, at other times trainings, or in other cases the causes of failure related to behavior should be analyzed. If cognitive understanding is to be influenced, a teaching method should be applied, if behavioral change is aimed at, training is to be implemented, and if the causes of the behavior are to be explored other methods should be found.
Year
Volume
12
Issue
3
Pages
86-96
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Dates
published
2012-11-23
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  • Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Pécs, Republic of Hungary
  • Prague Development Center, Czech Republic
References
  • Kafarov, V., 1976. Cybernetics methods in chemistry and chemical technologies [Metody kibernetiki v himii i himicheskoy tehnologii],in Russian, Edition 3, Moscow: Himia
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  • OST, 1978. Industrial standard 5542-78. Technical specifications. Natural gas supplied to consumers [Tehnicheskie usloviya. Prirodnyj gaz, podavaemyj potrebitelyam], in Russian, Moscow: Standards of 1978, p.9
  • Panfilov, V., 1986. Scientific bases of development of processing line production [Nauchnye osnovy razvitiya tehnologicheskih liniy proizvodstv], in Russian, Moscow: Agropromizdat
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Publication order reference
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