Research on the Innovation of the Training Mechanism of Hotel Management Professionals Based on Stakeholder Collaboration

Yao Shangkun


In 2019, China put forward the “Double High Plan”, emphasizing that vocational education should “serve the needs of building a modern economic system and higher quality and full employment”. The improvement of the requirements for the transformation and development of the service economy and the objective needs for high-quality employment of students all require the government to further transform its social functions, enhance its sense of corporate social responsibility, and give play to the role of industry enterprises and other stakeholders. To re-examine the existing talent training model of higher vocational colleges from the perspective of stakeholder theory and incorporate the interest demands of stakeholders into the talent training model will help achieve mutual benefit and win-win results for stakeholders, and further promote the implicit development of higher vocational colleges. This paper studies the innovation of the training mechanism of hotel management professionals based on stakeholder collaboration.

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