Innovation on Education and Training Mode of Human Resource Management Specialty in Colleges and Universities from the Perspective of Enterprise Simulation

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Innovation on Education and Training Mode of Human Resource Management Specialty in Colleges and Universities from the Perspective of Enterprise Simulation


Liu, Hua, Kuram ve Uygulamada Egitim Bilimleri


In today's social economy, human resource is more than just a simple concept, and its important role in social organizations has been widely recognized by the public (Gong, 2016). Among the major enterprises, human resource management has gradually evolved from the subordinate subsidiary status to the dominant position related to enterprise strategy (Zhang, Yang & Xi, 2014; Coetzer & Sitlington, 2014). In most enterprises, the required human resource management talents are professional technical talents with good professional ethics, solid basic skills and strong practice ability. However, at present, the talent gap in human resource management among enterprises in China is expanded constantly. At the same time, the work quality and practice ability of human resource management talents need to be improved. In colleges and universities in China and even in the world, there is a common situation in the training of human resource management talents, namely stressing theory but paying little attention to practice (Griggs, 2015; Wong, Pang & Wong, 2013). Therefore, in addition to the theoretical knowledge that must be learn, the comprehensive promotion of practice ability of students of the relevant specialty in the university is helpful for the students to adapt to the relevant work of the enterprise more quickly, and also helps to improve students' competitiveness in the job market (Holden & Griggs, 2010; Oţoiu & Oţoiu, 2012). This study has carried out investigation on the enterprise simulation practice teaching situation in human resource management specialty and has obtained the innovation suggestions on the existing education training mode, hoping to effectively enhance the human resource management specialty students' social practice ability.

Status Quo of Talent Training in Colleges and Universities and the Necessity of Enterprise Simulation Practice

Status quo of talent training of human resource management specialty in colleges and universities

The current learning mode of human resource management in colleges and universities mainly pays attention to the basic theories related to management science, economics and human resource management. At the same time, according to the methods and practical application of human resource management, relevant training is carried out to analyze and solve the basic ability of human resource management. Under the guidance of economics and human-oriented thought, human resource management module is mainly to apply human resources inside and outside the organization through a series of management modes such as recruitment training and salary allocation in enterprises so as to meet the development of the organization's human resources needs to ensure the realization of organization's goals in the future. At present, the human resource management specialty in China has been opened for 20 years. During these decades, there are more than 300 colleges and universities that have set up human resource management specialty in China and the number of graduates each year has exceeded more than 20,000. However, according to the third-party survey data, by 2017, China's human resource management talent gap has reached more than 500,000. This huge gap is reflected not only in the number of people, but also in the technical quality of the relevant practitioners. In the new era of rapid economic development, talents are the key for the development of organizations. Many enterprises even set up the slogan that talent is everything. Therefore, in the face of the impact brought by economic globalization, the importance of human resource professionals has become more prominent. How to develop continuously and healthily under this new situation is a major challenge faced by human resource management specialty.

The Necessity of Enterprise Simulation Practice in the Education Training Mode

In the above, we have found that the human resources management specialty must be further integrated and optimized. …

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