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Strategic Alliance Operation, Performance and Existence: A Case of the Central Region Human Resources Training Strategic Alliance
Strategic Alliance;Personnel Training;Alliance Performance;Alliance Existence
|Issue Date:||2017-10-31 15:59:14 (UTC+8)|
Central training center plans to empower and integrate the training resource of central Taiwan to improve the performance, to help the industry development, to analyze the employment needs and to establish contact with train units. It established the central human resource training strategic alliance in June, 2004. The strategic alliance intends to integrate the training energy of schools, research units and government, improve the technical employability and redeem the gap of education and practice. Therefore, this research intend to understand the practice of the human resource training strategic alliance, probe into the cooperative strategies between governments, private sectors and non-private organizations, and review the influence on the match of supply and demand in the labor market. This research adopts Mail Survey methods. This research practices the quantity data of alliance institution, social psychology, alliance performance and alliance existence by regression. Based on the quantitative findings, the major discussions are stated below. 1. There is a significant positive correlation between the alliance developmental factors and the alliance performance. 2. There exists a significant positive correlation between the alliance performance and the alliance existence. This research combines the alliance manage mechanism to draw the outline of the partners' interflows which include the resource acquirement, the relations establishment and maintenance. It could improve the advantages of the sectors and combine the distribution of demand and supply in the labor market and advance the alliance performance.
|Relation:||Bulletin of Labour Research|
政大勞動學報, 29, 129-166
|Appears in Collections:||[ 政大勞動學報] 期刊論文|
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