The New Initiatives for Strengthening Public Human Resource Management

Xin LIU, Min NUO


In this paper, we will analyze how to strengthen the public human resource management through knowledge management. Try to find out the reality of our public human resource management and the special reasons for this situation, the further to get the new methods and new measures for strengthening it.


Public human resource; Knowledge management; Government; Civil servants

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