Analysis on Training Model of Intellectual Property Personnel in an Enterprise
With the rapid development of the knowledge economy, intellectual property personnel training has become a national strategy. A new requirement was put forward to the enterprises during the “12th Five-Year Plan of IP talent”. However, now the quality of IP personnel has different levels, and the quantity of the IP professionals is always unqualified. The enterprises need the IP talents with a higher level of quantity and quality. This phenomenon is closely related to the current intellectual property personnel training. It is obvious that the problem’s solution just rely on the professional education in university is shortcoming. As the main part of IP talent demand group，enterprises should pay more attention to their own cultivation. Based on this background , the article from the enterprise’s perspective define the concepts which is related with intellectual property personnel training and analyze the current problems of IP personnel training, such as the sense, systems, resources and other aspects. At last, the article point out that the key to solve these problems is to build a systematic multi-level and multi-channel IP talent training model. It can meet the demand of enterprises about intellectual property professionals and that has a great significance to improve the level of personnel quality. And it also has a great significance for enterprises to enhance their capabilities of creation and application to intellectual property, so that the enterprises could be able to achieve the goal of the innovative development.
Key words: Intellectual property; Enterprise personnel training; Personnel training model
Intellectual property; Enterprise personnel training; Personnel training model
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