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An Innovator of Management Science

China Today by ,January 17, 2018 Adjust font size:

Cultivate Innovative Talent

At Fuzhou University, Wang changed the atmosphere to aid disciplinary development. Under his leadership, Fuzhou University set up a research base for decision-making science and education management as well as technology innovation management teams for universities and colleges in Fujian Province, and established the Institute of Decision Sciences. They also fostered collaborative relationships with the University of Manchester in the U.K., City University of Hong Kong, and University of Jaen in Spain.

Over the past few years, Wang has been thinking about how to make the Fuzhou University decision-making science and technology innovation management team into a core, innovative asset of the Ministry of Education, and strives to build the Department of Management Science and Engineering into a world-class one in China. For the cultivation of graduate students, he pays more attention to innovative thinking and ability.

According to him, China stands at a historic new starting point, and is moving towards being an innovative country. The construction of an innovative country needs the service of innovative talents. Here are two questions, one is how to cultivate innovative talents, and the other is how to enable innovative talents to better serve the country to help the country become a scientific and technological power. From a national perspective, we must implement a more proactive, open and effective policy to attract qualified personnel. We should make greater efforts to implement the introduction of overseas high-level talents, and seamlessly bring together global human resources. From the aspect of colleges and universities, as employers, they should put innovative talents in the most suitable positions, and promote the rational flow of talents in colleges and universities. The development of the country and the university depends on innovative talents. Talent cultivation is the first element of innovation and development. Tangible progress calls for the harnessing of innovative talents.

Engaged in academia and teaching for a long time, Wang believes that personnel training in colleges and universities must first have a “talent awareness.” It is of vital importance to seek out, nurture, cherish, groom and develop creative talents and ensure that they are provided a healthy working and living environment conducive to allowing them to perform at their finest. Meanwhile, they must realize their important role in the nation building process, and know that to work for national rejuvenation and prosperity of the country is their duty. Only by working together can they better serve the country and benefit the people.

To this end, Fuzhou University alone is not enough in gathering high-level talents. Wang said that on the one hand, the college is thinking of various ways to recruit top-level talents, and on the other hand, it pays more attention to the internal training of talents, and is also striving to retain those excellent talents.

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