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Human resource development requirements in industrial revolution 4.0.

Kim Man, M. M. (2020) Human resource development requirements in industrial revolution 4.0. In: Turkmenoglu, M. A. and Cicek, B. (eds.) Contemporary Global Issues in Human Resource Management. Emerald, pp. 129-139. ISBN 9781800433939

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Human resource is the asset for a nation’s development and growth. The skilful human resource will enhance the nation’s productivity and directly contribute to the economy growth. At the country level, a nation’s human resource development (HRD) policy and human resource trainings schemes will catalyst for the growth of the workforce’s productivity, especially in the Industrial Revolution 4.0 which requires advanced technological knowledge and specialists in particular fields such as digitalisation, artificial intelligence and quantum computing. This chapter discusses the HRD in developed, developing and less-developed countries and raise awareness and attention of organisations as well as nations to develop and train up human resource for the future growth of the countries.

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