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Articles by Natalya P. Shalygina
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  Viktoriya B. Tarabaeva , Nikolaj S. Danakin , Mariya V. Lugovskaya , Maksim V. Selyukov and Natalya P. Shalygina
  A new stage of development of the world economy, based on knowledge, is characterized by the fact that there are high-tech products and services on the world market as a result of the use of high technology. These knowledge-intensive services include educational services. The increasing complexity of technologies leads to a completely new market, intellectual one. On this market products are not material objects but various objects of intellectual property (patents, licenses, ideas), as well as services. Currently, the educational community is to overcome the problem of the knowledge gap between the knowledge required by community employers and by the set of knowledge and competencies obtained by universities graduates. The solution of this problem cannot be found within the university, due to the lack of an efficient mechanism of interaction between employers and the university. Moreover, the knowledge management process in higher education institution cannot be currently adequately associated with these processes employers because of the lack of appropriate organizational and technological solutions. Over time this situation is compounded not only due to the insufficient inflow of qualified personnel into the teaching staff of the universities but also because of the lack of appropriate forms of educational process. One of the ways to solve these problems is the development of a knowledge management system of the university and the subsequent organization at the university of the knowledge management process meeting modern corporate needs. It is extremely important to protect the traditional paradigm of higher education and organizational model of the university.
 
 
 
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