Proceedings of the 2020 International Conference on Modern Education Management, Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Social Science (MEMIESS 2020)

Research on the Influence of Business Administration on Enterprise Transformation

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Jinlei Yang
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Available Online 6 February 2021.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.210206.029How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Business Administration, enterprise transformation, function and influence
Abstract
Since the reform and opening-up, China’s rapid economic and social development has given birth to the growth of many small and medium-sized enterprises. However, with the continuous development of the economy, science and technology continue to innovate, and management mode continues to innovate and develop. At this time, if the enterprise still keeps the original management model and economic system unchanged, it will be eliminated by the times and lag behind the development of the times. The application of business administration in enterprises can well avoid this situation. Business administration can not only promote the innovation and development of enterprise management mode but also promote the innovation of enterprise management systems to a certain extent. Only by applying business administration to the current business development process of small and medium-sized enterprises, can enterprises seize the main force of the development of the times and transform into successful enterprises in today’s rapid development of information technology.
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PY  - 2021
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TI  - Research on the Influence of Business Administration on Enterprise Transformation
BT  - Proceedings of the 2020 International Conference on Modern Education Management, Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Social Science (MEMIESS 2020)
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