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E-learning and motivation of the management staff of a polish chemical company
in expanding knowledge

Sylwia Łukaszczykiewicz

Faculty of Management, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Wroclaw, Poland

e-mail: sylwia.lukaszczykiewicz@pwr.edu.pl

ORCID: 0000-0001-6500-4000

Keywords:
E-learning, chemical company, knowledge, management staff.

Abstract

received:   14.11.2022
corrected:  21.11.2022
accepted: 03.12.2022

In times of dynamic development of the economy, knowledge becomes the main factor determining the advantage on the market. More and more often the company's know-how contributes to the development of innovative products, services or solutions. In the era of ubiquitous cataclysms, diseases, unpredictable weather anomalies or even war, the economy must be prepared for a situation in which the normal cultivation of vegetables and plants is difficult or impossible. The key and essential question is what knowledge and food have in common. Knowledge is an inseparable element of improving fertilizers and plant protection products, as well as improving their production processes. According to the strategy of companies representing the chemical industry, the direction of green and sustainable action for the climate and the environment remains unchanged. The European Union introduces further restrictions that make the fertilizer industry in Europe less and less profitable. Material capital alone is no longer a determinant of success, in order to meet the expectations of customers, as well as to meet the ever newer environmental, ecological or legal requirements, solutions tailored to the green and sustainable world, adapted to legal regulations that will be profitable, are needed.

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