The HRM Tactics of Retails Business Model Innovation in the Information Era

Huamao TANG, Zhengwei JIN

Abstract


The rapid development of information technology has prompted many industries to change, retail industry is no exception. This paper first introduces the theory of business model innovation and the relationship between human resource management and business model innovation. Then, this paper discusses the general way of retails business model innovation. Finally, from the perspective of human resource management, put forward some tactics which would promote retails business model innovation in the information technology environment.


Keywords


Information technology; HRM; Business model innovation; Retails

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9131

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