HR Director of OJSC Russian Machines
graduated from Moscow State Linguistic University with a degree in World Economy.
С марта 2012 года Светлана Давыдова возглавляет Дирекцию по управлению персоналом Since March 2012, Svetlana Davydova heads the Directorate for Human Resources of LLC Russian Machines, she is responsible for the strategic development and implementation of personnel management, overseeing matters of selection, evaluation, development and motivation of staff.
Prior to joining the Russian Machines Corporation, she served as Director of Human Resources in major international and Russian companies of holding type (investment, media business, conglomerate). Until 2003 she worked in consulting with client companies of the industrial sector, from 2003 to 2007 - in senior positions in HR in the Managing Company RUSAL.
Based on the knowledge and experience gained in the field of HR consulting, the idea of creating the project “Workers of new generation"
The project consists of the development, testing and implementation of a new model of professional education, capable of providing a new quality of training of graduates of vocational schools, namely:
- mastering 2 - 3 related professions;
- possession of competence to work effectively in the conditions of the production system Lean Manufacturing; maximum convergence of training with the realities of manufacturing and operating practices (change in the mode of practical and theoretical training);
- displacement of activity of teachers from the broadcasting of knowledge to the management of cognitive activity of students to develop their initiative and creativity;
- increase in the proportion of graduates with a higher level of professional training (high level at certification) to 50% of the total number of graduates.
considers the project a success today:
“The variable replicable training model for workers and technicians in "small groups" for the needs of modern production in 6 specialties has been created and has already been tested. Trained specialists have the tools of lean manufacturing and are willing to work on various specialties at the enterprises in the sphere of energy, engineering and construction.
Participating in the project “Workers of new generation”, we contribute to the modernization of the education system to the needs of Russian industrial enterprises, which corresponds to the objectives set by the President of the Russian Federation.”
Within the project the corporation Russian Machines has worked closely with the Agency for Strategic Initiatives. Resource of ASI provides an opportunity to familiarize with the best practices of Russian and foreign education, the organization of personnel work, to share their experiences. Assistance of the Agency is to coordinate cooperation with financial institutions, development institutions and funds, as well as cooperation with the authorities on the issue of overcoming various barriers of legal and administrative nature.
The dynamics of the project “Workers of new generation”
in facts and figures
- The first wave of the project (2011 - 2013) includes 7 educational institutions from the regions: Nizhny Novgorod region, the Republic of Mordovia, Khakassia.
- The second wave of participants (2012 - 2014) – the Yaroslavl, Chelyabinsk, Samara regions (GAZ Group, Aviacor, Sotex).
- Obtained public funding in regions: the Nizhny Novgorod region, Khakassia.
- Trilateral agreements on cooperation between enterprises, colleges and regions.
- Training workshops involving methodologists and representatives of enterprises and colleges.
- Specifications, curricula and guidelines for 5 specialties were developed: turner, miller, locksmith, gas and arc welder, maintenance technician.
- In the GAZ Group 2 two resource centers for practical training of both college students and students of corporate university are created.
- The preparation of a project standard (methodology of the project, the model provisions of the practice, namely educational scholarship for students, education of college teachers, etc.) has been started
- 8 schools obtained the status of a federal experimental site. Training plans were developed and master-teachers from among the employees of the enterprises were trained