Organizational Transition into Innovative Organization
It is necessary to apply processing factors for the effective driving in organization and human resource development. They consist of internal; customers’ needs, competitors, changeable technology with development and external factors; person, group and organization. These two factors are overview of human resource management when these factors are integrated as driving factors by applying human resource development with innovative creativity for driving force to successful and complete innovative organization.
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