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Volume 179, 20232023 6th International Conference on Humanities Education and Social Sciences (ICHESS 2023)
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|Community Management and Public Affairs Service
|14 December 2023
Analysis of the Multi-Stakeholder Integration Mechanism for Cultivating Innovative and Entrepreneurial Talents in Vocational Colleges —— Perspective on the Integration of School Education, Enterprise Practice, and Innovation Networks
School of Management, Guangdong Industry Polytechnic, Guangzhou, China
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The accelerated implementation of the innovation-driven development strategy has established new standards for the cultivation of entrepreneurial talents in vocational education in the new era. Based on industrial logic, the integration and coordination among educational institutions, corporate practices, and innovation networks have become important approaches for fostering entrepreneurial talents. Findings from questionnaire surveys, structural equation modeling, and hierarchical regression analysis indicate that participation mechanisms and cooperation mechanisms are the two main dimensions influencing the integration mechanism. To cultivate high-quality innovative and entrepreneurial talents and facilitate the integration among educational institutions, corporate practices, and innovation networks, it is necessary to construct a core mechanism for sharing interests among the government, educational institutions, businesses, and other stakeholders from the perspectives of "mutual benefit" and "commonality". This mechanism should leverage the resources and research strengths of each participating entity and establish a new relationship for resource flow at the institutional level.
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