On the Principles of Talent Utilization

Dengran TANG


Nearly no era was short of talents in the history, but the key point is how to discover, select and utilize talents, therefore scientific principles of talent utilization will set a correct direction and standard for the era. In accordance to the traditional Chinese talent utilization and the current situation, five basic principles should be noticed: Matching proper position for talents, appointing talents in their best period, optimizing the talent structure, simultaneously cultivating and utilizing talents and dynamic evaluating talents.


Talent; Utilization; Basic principle

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