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A Study on the Talent Training Model of Economics and Management in Universities Based on the Needs of Industrial Development

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DOI: 10.25236/icemeet.2023.027


Nan Wang, Jingjing Lv

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Jingjing Lv


With the evolution of the global economy and technological progress, industrial structure and demand are undergoing profound changes. In this context, the talent cultivation strategies and models of economic management majors in universities also face the need for adjustment and optimization. The aim of this study is to explore a talent cultivation model for management majors in universities based on industrial development needs, analyze its current problems, and propose corresponding improvement strategies. Firstly, this article delves into the close relationship between industrial development and the cultivation of talents in the field of economics and management in universities, emphasizing the importance of educational strategies synchronized with the industry in cultivating talents who keep up with the times. Through in-depth analysis of the current situation, we have further explored how to adjust and optimize talent cultivation strategies to better meet the actual needs of industrial development. Specific suggestions include deepening cooperation between industry, academia, and research, updating the curriculum system, strengthening practical teaching, and cultivating students' innovation and practical abilities. Overall, this study provides a talent cultivation model for university management majors that is synchronized with industrial development, aiming to promote closer cooperation between education and industry, and ensure that the trained management talents can meet the diverse needs of modern enterprises and society.


Industrial development needs; College Economics and Management major; Talent training mode; Industry University Research Cooperation