Enterprise Risk Assessment for Innovation Talents

Enterprise Risk Assessment for Innovation Talents

C. Chen X. Zhang 

College of Business Administration, Huaqiao University, China

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Innovation talents bring risks as well as profits for companies. The particularity of the risk identification of innovation talents lies in talents’ individual differences and corresponding risks. This paper summarizes the characteristics of the enterprise risk assessment system of innovation talent basing its meanings and different perspectives. Including talent selection, talent strategies, and human resources management, innovation-organization atmosphere, the external eco-environment for the development of innovation talents, the paper analyzes the special influencing factors of the enterprise risk assessment system of innovation talents and sets up the risk assessment system by means of Analytic Hierarchy Process.


Analytic hierarchy process, enterprise, innovation talents, risk assessment


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