Mewujudkan SDM Unggul di Bidang Perdagangan melalui Corporate University

Cendekia Niaga

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Title Mewujudkan SDM Unggul di Bidang Perdagangan melalui Corporate University
Creator Rachman, Nadya Megawati
Hidayati, Ratnaningsih
Subject Corporate University
Thinking Framework
Ministry of Trade
Description As an organization's strategic tool for developing Human Resources competencies, the initiation of the formation of the Ministry of Trade Corporate University requires a blueprint. Therefore, the purpose of writing this paper is to create an initial thinking framework for the development of the Ministry of Trade's Corporate University. The analytical method used in this research is to study relevant scientific literature. The results of the study show that the Ministry of Trade's Corporate University Initiation should start with a paradigm shift about learning from all relevant stakeholders. The foundation of this paradigm shift is the existence of a good learning strategy and leadership with a change initiative initiated by the top leadership of the organization. There are five pillars of the Ministry of Trade, Corporate University, namely Integrated Career Path and Human Capital Development, Knowledge Management, Learning Innovation, Network and Partnership, and Backbone Infrastructure.
Publisher Pusat Pendidikan dan Pelatihan Perdagangan
Date 2020-08-31
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source Cendekia Niaga; Vol 4 No 1 (2020): Special Issue: Corporate University Menuju Terwujudnya SDM Indonesia Unggul; 1-7
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 Cendekia Niaga

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