A Study on the Diffusion of Talent Sharing Activities in the Local Government Dimension

지방정부 차원의 재능나눔 활동 확산에 관한 연구

  • Received : 2016.02.11
  • Accepted : 2016.03.15
  • Published : 2016.04.30


The purpose of this study is to present as an alternative to a new policy of the regional level about actively adopting of the Sharing Culture and to suggest policy direction of Talent Sharing activities as an intermediary Sharing activities. To achieve this, We derive a significant outcomes as compared mutual to the center of a volunteer manager and volunteer groups for talent sharing activities in Busan Area. As a result, several suggestion are presented as follow : First, we needed to build for systematic control of talent sharing activities around existing volunteer management institution. Second, Supply and Demand control system is needed to build for talent sharing activities at the local government dimension. Third, To reflect the trend of the people watching the activity with some degree of talent, expertise as a talent sharing activity, Talent sharing volunteers are needed for specialized capability verification. Finally, Sharing activities are needed to settle major policy for the systematic management of talent sharing activity and to expanded budget support of local government at the local government dimension.



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