Policy Design To Support The National Strategy Towards Lessons Learned In Human Resource Development From Taiwan To Thailand

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Polwasit Lhakard


Human resource development involves all sectors: the public sector, the private sector and communities. There must be human resource development plans in businesses or organizations. The public sector must focus on its human resource development plan starting from political officials and government officials to set up strategic planning for national development. Meanwhile, Taiwan is considered as an example of making human resource development policy to achieve the national development strategy. To understand human capital development, it leads to policy design that is consistent with the current concept of Thais 4.0 in particular. However, it is not just being a person who can use technology, but it would probably mean more than that. Importantly, Thais 4.0 leads to lessons learned by using documentary research and content analysis of human resource development policies to support the national strategy, which is divided into studies in technology and education simultaneously. This leads to policy making as a model to serve as a case study for Thailand’s policy implementation today.

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