HUMAN 4.0: NEXT ERA IMPORTANT SKILLS FOR EMPLOYMENT IN THAILAND

  • Irina Onyusheva Stamford International University, Bangkok
  • Nopbhol Naruenatdumrong Stamford International University, Bangkok
Keywords: next generation professionals; human skills; the 4.0 era; human capital; Thailand; ASEAN

Abstract

The next era or 4.0 age are frequent buzzwords today. Human potential and human skills are the key to invention of new things through new knowledge generation and having great impact on the whole society at the end. People are increasingly concerned with their living and working in the time of big changes that require appropriate change management skills and overall flexibility. It is not easy to adapt to all of the global upcoming changes. Exploring the issue of how people adapt to these quick changes and thus change themselves gives us an opportunity to understand and develop future HR competitive strategy. In this paper the authors discuss the specificity of the next-generation jobs and the variety of skills needed for them. Comparative analysis carried out among ASEAN countries is presented. It takes into consideration not only the proximity of these countries’ location in relation to each other but also the peculiar factors of their economic development.

Author Biographies

Irina Onyusheva, Stamford International University, Bangkok

Dr., Prof., Turan University, Almaty, Kazakhstan; Stamford International University, Bangkok, Thailand

Interests – Economics, Strategic Management, Formation, ensuring and increasing economic competitiveness on both micro- and macro- levels; Human Capital development; HR Management; Knowledge Economy; Knowledge Management; Project Management; Management in Education

Nopbhol Naruenatdumrong, Stamford International University, Bangkok

Stamford International University, Bangkok, Thailand, International MBA Program

Interests – International Business Management, Strategic Management, HR Management

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Published
2019-03-31
How to Cite
Onyusheva, I., & Naruenatdumrong, N. (2019). HUMAN 4.0: NEXT ERA IMPORTANT SKILLS FOR EMPLOYMENT IN THAILAND. The EUrASEANs: Journal on Global Socio-Economic Dynamics, (2(15), 12-18. https://doi.org/10.35678/2539-5645.2(15).2019.12-18

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