• SOCIETY & ”INDUSTRY 4.0”

    Digital transformation of management in the global pandemic situation

    Industry 4.0, Vol. 6 (2021), Issue 2, pg(s) 72-75

    The global pandemic has changed the responsibilities of managers and the functioning of organizations. Those who had embarked on the path of digital transformation found themselves in a favourable position and quickly adapted to the imposed changes. Their managers had accumulated experience and training for effective management of turbulent organizational change. The adaptation of managers helped to transform the work process and control the implementation of tasks. The report discusses issues related to the impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the global pandemic situation on management. Key factors determining the direction of management transformation towards leadership in the conditions of digitalization and “work from home” are described. The essential chara cteristics of the digital literacy of the leader are commented. The impact of artificial intelligence on strategic management and approaches to human capital management is assessed. Observed management problems are studied and guidelines are given to deal with management cha llenges in the context of a global pandemic.

  • SOCIETY & ”INDUSTRY 4.0”

    Online education models’ comprehensive analysis

    Industry 4.0, Vol. 5 (2020), Issue 3, pg(s) 148-150

    Nowadays online learning is among the most progressive and most popular educational practices in the world. Both European and United States universities try to implement this way of learning into the educational process. Several models of online education are used in the world’s practice. The article aims to analyze online learning models to find a way for the best implementation in higher education based on Ukrainian educational system during COVID 19 pandemic in 2020.

  • The blended learning techniques in technical higher education

    Science. Business. Society., Vol. 4 (2019), Issue 4, pg(s) 151-153

    Nowadays systems can optimize the presentation of the course’s content, suggesting next steps in subjects studying, dynamical planning of individual lectures with lecturers for students with special needs, and even create timetables of school buses accordingly to the time of courses running. We argue that massive open online courses created in Ukrainian by leading specialists in their fields and their implementation to the educational process can give students an opportunity to get up-to-date knowledge, a chance to study regardless of their financial state or an opportunity to enrol to the leading universities.

  • Massive open online course “CS50 introduction to computer science” by Harvard university implementation into Ukrainian educational process

    Industry 4.0, Vol. 4 (2019), Issue 4, pg(s) 195-197

    Nowadays online learning is among the most progressive and most popular educational practices in the world. Both European and United States universities try to implement this way of learning into the educational process. Further development and popularity, the continued blended learning implementation in Ukrainian higher education institutions, requires high-quality new online courses in various fields of knowledge, adaptations and translations of existing courses for the further leading teaching methodologies used in the educational process. Among the best courses in the world for teaching and learning computer science’s basics is “CS50 Introduction to Computer Science” by Harvard University and professor David J. Malan. This course was translated in Ukrainian and introduces in the blended format in top-rated Ukrainian higher educational facilities. The comprehensive analysis makes possible further blended learning implementation in the technical educational process in Ukraine.