Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Advances in Management Science and Engineering (IC-AMSE 2020)

Research on the Path to Enhance Core Competitiveness of State-Owned Enterprises for a New Era—From the Perspective of Corporate Culture

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Xinyue Sun
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Xinyue Sun
Available Online 6 April 2020.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/aebmr.k.200402.030How to use a DOI?
Keywords
corporate culture, core competitiveness, reform of state-owned enterprises
Abstract
Standing on the historical node of the New Era, if state-owned enterprises want to break through the bottleneck and become stronger, better and bigger, they must enhance their core competitiveness. In the process of the market reform, state-owned enterprises have achieved historical accomplishments and breakthroughs, but haven’t paid enough efforts to the enterprise culture construction. Consequently,reform has been blocked.Given that, it has become a vital issue to strengthen the enterprise culture construction for increasing core competitiveness. To define the foundation role of the enterprise culture construction, the paper deconstructs the core competitiveness at first. Then, it analyzes the status and problems, based on the reasons why enterprise culture constructions can increase the core competitiveness from four levels. In the end, approaches and strategies to increase the core competitiveness have been put forward, serving as a reference, which may help the state-owned enterprises to break through the bottleneck and get out of the dilemma in the process of reform.
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PY  - 2020
DA  - 2020/04/06
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PB  - Atlantis Press
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SN  - 2352-5428
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