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研究生: 裴文勇
研究生(外文): Bui Van Dung
論文名稱: An Empirical Study on Improving the Quality of Human Resource in Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology
論文名稱(外文): An Empirical Study on Improving the Quality of Human Resource in Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology
指導教授: 唐國銘
學位類別: 碩士
校院名稱: 樹德科技大學
系所名稱: 資訊管理系碩士班
論文出版年: 100
畢業學年度: 99
語文別: 英文
論文頁數: 102
中文關鍵詞: human resource managementpolicystrategytraining and developmentselection and recruitmentorganization structure sizehuman resource performancehuman resource outcome
外文關鍵詞: human resource managementpolicystrategytraining and developmentselection and recruitmentorganization structure sizehuman resource performancehuman resource outcome
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The industrialization and modernization of the country requires to have the science and technology (S&T) human resources. For Vietnam, the financial and natural resources are also limited so human resources obviously play a decisive role. Thesis "An empirical study on improving the quality of human resources at the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology" at the present period is very significant.
Vietnam is the overpopulated country, but if not trained; underdeveloped science and technology that will be heave burden to place on the population. If the human resources are consideratedly trained, it could be the quality S&T resources that will directly impact on socio - economic development of the country. So the political reports at the Eighth Assembly Communist Party Conference has had pointed out: education - science and technology are the top national policy, the general direction for the coming years is to develop S&T human resources to meet the requirements of industrialization and modernization of the country.
In fact, the social and economic development depends on many factors, many conditions but most are still primarily dependent on science and technology manpower.  The above – mentioned affirmation is more and more true to the circumstances of our country today. Therefore, more than any other resources, S&T human resources occupy the central position of socio- economic strategic of our country, this is the resource of all resources.
Thesis "An empirical study on improving the quality of human resources at the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology" was conducted on the basis of arguments and surveys to bring out the solutions of S&T human resources improvement. We do hope that this research will somewhat help the managers of science and technology to have ideas to deeply research on human resouces during the period of industrialization and modernization today.

The industrialization and modernization of the country requires to have the science and technology (S&T) human resources. For Vietnam, the financial and natural resources are also limited so human resources obviously play a decisive role. Thesis "An empirical study on improving the quality of human resources at the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology" at the present period is very significant.
Vietnam is the overpopulated country, but if not trained; underdeveloped science and technology that will be heave burden to place on the population. If the human resources are consideratedly trained, it could be the quality S&T resources that will directly impact on socio - economic development of the country. So the political reports at the Eighth Assembly Communist Party Conference has had pointed out: education - science and technology are the top national policy, the general direction for the coming years is to develop S&T human resources to meet the requirements of industrialization and modernization of the country.
In fact, the social and economic development depends on many factors, many conditions but most are still primarily dependent on science and technology manpower.  The above – mentioned affirmation is more and more true to the circumstances of our country today. Therefore, more than any other resources, S&T human resources occupy the central position of socio- economic strategic of our country, this is the resource of all resources.
Thesis "An empirical study on improving the quality of human resources at the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology" was conducted on the basis of arguments and surveys to bring out the solutions of S&T human resources improvement. We do hope that this research will somewhat help the managers of science and technology to have ideas to deeply research on human resouces during the period of industrialization and modernization today.

Abstract    i
Acknowledgments  iii
Table of Contents  iv
List of Tables  vi
List of Figures  vii
Chapter 1 Introduction  1
1.1. Research Background  1
1.2. Research Motivation  8
1.3. Research Purpose  10
1.4. Research Procedure  13
Chapter 2 Literature Review  14
2.1. Human Resource Management Definition  14
2.2. Human Resources Management Background  17
2.3. Improving Human Resouces Quality in State Agencies in Vietnam  27
2.4. Human Resource Quality and High Quality Human Resource  29
2.5. Situations Supply of Human Science and Technology in Viet Nam Today.  33
2.6. Literature of Factors Using in Research Model  35
2.6.1. Organization Strategies  35
2.6.2. Human Resource Policies  37
2.6.3. Working Environment  38
2.6.4. Organization Structure Size  39
2.6.5. Human Resource Selection and Recruiment  40
2.6.6. Human Resource Training and Development  41
2.6.7. Human Resource Performance  42
2.6.8. Human Resource Outcome (Organization Effectiveness and Efficiency)  445
2.7. Relationship Between Factors Use in Research Model  46
Chapter 3. Research Methodology  53
3.1. Research Framework  53
3.2. Research Hypotheses  54
3.3. Development Tool  54
3.4. Pilot Study  56
3.5. Research Procedure  56
Chapter 4. Research Results  59
4.2. Descriptive Analysis and Sample Demographic  59
4.2. Factor Analysis and Correlation  59
4.3. Correlation Between Factor in Research Model  63
4.4. Regression Analysis  65
4.4.1. Linear Regression Analysis for testing Hypothesis H1  65
4.4.2. Linear Regression Analysis for testing Hypothesis H2  65
4.4.3. Linear Regression Analysis for testing Hypotheses H3  66
4.4.4. Linear Regression Analysis for testing Hypotheses H4  67
4.4.5. Linear Regression Analysis for testing Hypothesis H5  68
4.4.6. Linear Regression Analysis for Testing Hypothesis H6  69
4.4.7. Linear Regression Analysis for Testing Hypothesis H7  69
4.5. ANOVA Test  70
4.6. T-Test  71
4.7. Finding  72
Chapter 5. Conclusions and Suggestions  77
5.1. Conclusions  77
5.2. Contribution and Implications  78
5.2.1. Contributions    78
5.2.2. Managerial and Academic Implications    79
5.3. Research Limitations  80
5.4. Future Research Suggestions  81
References  82
Appendix A – English Questionnaires  94

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