Human Resource Development in Organizations to Innovative Organization in the Era of Thailand 4.0

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Jirawat Tippayarod

Abstract

Nowadays business competition is directed towards product
innovation and innovative in procedures coupled with stressing low
costs but high profits. This process is the development of those with
cognitive powers whereby organizations will utilize knowledge, skills,
and creativity in developing value-added products and services to


enhance competitive business advantage in consonance with labor skill
standard of personnel development to accommodate the movement
towards the realization of Thailand 4.0. This change in economic structure
combines mobilizing creativity and innovative technology with the
development of high value services. The change involves moving from
a condition of labor with low-level skills to a condition of highly-skilled
labor displaying knowledge and expertise. The advent of innovative
products and innovative procedures requires taking into consideration
marketing, technology, and employment factors. All of these directly
and unavoidably affect the economic environment. In order to expand
business, businesses must make adjustments, so that knowledgeable and
competent personnel can pave the way to advancement. Economic growth
depends on a window of opportunity in the aspect of management.
This is considered a challenge to organizations in the aspects of fostering
innovation, developing human capital, building relationships with
customers, while operationally emphasizing excellence and the building
of business sustainability.

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