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Mechanism and Strategies on the Flow of Knowledge-based Talents: A Theoretical Exploration on the Chinese Enterprises



Wei Lin and Xiangqian Zhang
 
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Talents are the source of enterprises wealth creation in the knowledge-based economy times. Currently, the Chinese enterprises are facing serious problems of knowledge-based talents’ flow. It is important to build management strategies through the analysis of flow mechanism. Previously, the research in this area is studied from the static perspective; however, it can also be studied from a dynamic perspective. This article used evolutionary game theory to qualitative analysis of flowing mechanism of knowledge talents in enterprises, found that enterprises do not take regulatory and talents do not flow is the ideal state. On this basis, this article also built a system dynamics model to quantitative analyses the mechanism on the flow of knowledge talents, found that remuneration and penalties have a significant impact on expanding the scale of knowledge talents. This article recommended establishing retention strategy of knowledge talents from the following aspects: Designing a competitive remuneration system, developing personalized incentives, taking punitive measures and creating viable enterprises culture.

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Wei Lin and Xiangqian Zhang, 2013. Mechanism and Strategies on the Flow of Knowledge-based Talents: A Theoretical Exploration on the Chinese Enterprises. Journal of Applied Sciences, 13: 1753-1759.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2013.1753.1759

URL: https://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=jas.2013.1753.1759

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