大規模水田作経営における従業員の能力養成と情報マネジメント―水稲の育苗作業を対象にした事例分析―

Translated title of the contribution: Information Management and Cultivation of Employee Capabilities at Large-scale Paddy Field Farms: A Case Study of Raising Rice Seedlings

藤井 吉隆, 南石 晃明, 小林 一, 西谷 清彦

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Abstract

The purpose of this study was to demonstrate strategies of information management for cultivation of employee capabilities of large-scale paddy field farms based on an understanding of the employees' actual skills and knowledge. With a focus on raising paddy rice seedlings, we explored strategies on the manifestation of essential skills and knowledge and on the acquisition, integration, and visualization of information on farm work, the farm environment, and crop growth. To manifest useful skills for and knowledge of farm work, we found that it is important to characterize farm operations, such as the significances of farm work, targets of farm work, strategies of farm work. Systematic use of appropriate measures of various climatic and cultivation conditions was found to be vital as well. With the newly designed Farm Work Structure Analysis Table, we created a manual that should prove useful in aiding in the transfer and succession of skills and knowledge. Effective adoption of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), such as an IC tag, was demonstrated to be useful in obtaining detailed information on crop growth and other aspects of farming. Systematically arranged technical data integrated with the data gathered on the farming operation was found to be useful in determining farm operations and planning.<br>
Translated title of the contributionInformation Management and Cultivation of Employee Capabilities at Large-scale Paddy Field Farms: A Case Study of Raising Rice Seedlings
Original languageJapanese
Pages (from-to)51-64
Number of pages14
Journal農業情報研究
Volume21
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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