THE GUIDE TO INNOVATIVE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

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Prapaisri Thamviriyavong

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The changing in environment development; effectiveness of organization depends on learning ability in situation, conceptual, operation technique and technology. With the Learning from experience in both internal and external organization used to develop new creative idea to create innovation. Factors that affects ability in innovative creation of organization are human, knowledge, and skills which are the key important components to increase efficiency in workplace, and force organization to sustainable development. Thus, in Human Resource Management, we need to analyzing, planning, forecasting and preparing for the changing that will happen in the future. The top management need to commit to leading organization to innovative organization, create environment of creativity, open more opportunity to everyone in organization to share their idea; dare to apply the ideas in real working situation and use reward to motivate creative idea of organization’s staff. The relax and uncontrol atmosphere able to create new idea in organization, on the other hand if top management people do not focus in the promoting the creative idea in organization, do not open the opportunity to everyone in organization to share their idea, do not apply those creative idea in real work situation and do not use reward as stimulate tool, then the innovative organization cannot be happen. In conclusion, Human Resource Management team dare to change traditional way by adapt “HR Innovation” in the organization. And also follow up the continuous improvement result in adapt HR Innovation concept in Human Resource Management.

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Thamviriyavong , P. . . (2021). THE GUIDE TO INNOVATIVE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. Dusit Thani College Journal, 15(1), 516–528. Retrieved from https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/journaldtc/article/view/247466
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