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기업의 대학교육에 대한 인식과 요구 분석(A study of companies' perception on university education and their needs)

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  • 기업의 대학교육에 대한 인식과 요구 분석(A study of companies' perception on university education and their needs)
  • 양승실; 김현진; 주경필
  • 한국직업능력개발원


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Title 기업의 대학교육에 대한 인식과 요구 분석(A study of companies' perception on university education and their needs)
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Material Type Articles
Author(Korean)

양승실; 김현진; 주경필

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[서울]:한국직업능력개발원

Date 2006-12
Journal Title; Vol./Issue 직업능력개발연구:vol. 9(no. 2)
Pages 26
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Social Development < Education
Holding 한국직업능력개발원

Abstract

Korea's national competitiveness is ranked low considering the size of its economy and this problem is usually attributed to the shortcomings of the higher education system. In this research, we listen to the voice of companies, analyze the causes behind this problem by looking from various dimensions and search for ways to solve it. Also, this study involves in-depth interviews and surveys of CEOs and HR (HRM & HRD) managers of corporations to investigate company needs in terms of specific attributes they demand in securing manpower, degree of satisfaction with university education in fostering such manpower, overall perception of the education system, and the level of awareness and concern about government policies and systems.
The results show that companies hold negative views about the effectiveness of university education. Despite differences in manpower demands among companies, CEOs and HR managers generally acknowledge the importance of human nature in recruiting workers. In accommodating both global changes and the tradition of Korean university education, we should support and encourage new experiments and mattempts at building new forms of higher education system. Also, it is important to build greater confidence in government policies and improve the efficiency of university education policies.