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Cultivation of Service Outsourcing Talents Based on Innovative Cooperation Mode Between Institute and Enterprises

  • Lin QiuEmail author
  • Chengxian Xu
  • Guohua Zhan
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 8971)

Abstract

Talents are one of keys to develop service outsourcing industry and the shortage of service outsourcing talents has been a bottleneck to restrict the development of service outsourcing industry in China. Universities should follow the national strategic planning of developing service outsourcing industry from both sides of graduate employment and cultivating service outsourcing talents. Thus, it is very important for universities to study the training of service outsourcing students. The urgency and feasibilities to training service outsourcing students through cooperation between universities and enterprises are pointed out in this paper by analyzing status of training service outsourcing talents in universities. The cooperation patterns and requirements between Hangzhou Institute of Service Engineering and enterprises in training service outsourcing students are presented.

Keywords

Service outsourcing Cooperation between universities and enterprises Training talents 

Notes

Acknowledgments

This research gets the supports from the following fund projects: the new century teaching reform project of Zhejiang 2009(No. yb09049), science and technology innovation fund of Hangzhou Normal University 2009 (No. 2009XJ078), Research project of Zhejiang Provincial Education Department (No. Y201329314) and the first prize of The Second Excellent Educational Achievements of Hangzhou, second prize of 2014 National Teaching Achievement Award, first prize of The sixth Teaching Achievement Award of Zhejiang Province.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Hangzhou Institute of Service EngineeringHangzhou Normal UniversityHangzhouChina

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