Organizational Construction of a New Type of University Scientific Research Team Based on Jingyou Thought
Shi-Tong Huang 1, 2  
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Xi-Nan Zhao 1
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Song Chang 1
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School of Business Administration, Northeastern University, China
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Management School, Henan University of Science and Technology, China
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School of Business Administration, Liaoning University of Science and Technology, China
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Shi-Tong Huang   

School of Business Administration, Northeastern University, China. Address to 181 mailbox, School of Business Administration, No.195, Chuangxin Rd., Hunnan Dist., Shenyang City 110169, Liaoning Province, China. Tel: 0086 15566219899
Online publish date: 2017-08-22
Publish date: 2017-08-22
 
EURASIA J. Math., Sci Tech. Ed 2017;13(8):5615–5627
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To optimize the organization and management of scientific research team in university, this paper designs a new form of organization which takes into account of the common development of scientific research team (SRT) and team members. The study of this paper offers a new type of scientific research team which is based on Jingyou thought, and analyses the Jingyou SRT’s characteristics, including the human-oriented scientific organization system, sincere, frank and truth pursuing code of practice, initiative and passionate working atmosphere, strategic behavior results in harmony. The last part of this paper presents the design of the basic operational mechanism, benefit distribution and harmonious development mechanism of the Jingyou SRT based on the individual advantage recognition method.
 
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