JSS  Vol.1 No.5 , October 2013
Enterprise Culture: The Headspring of the Enterprise Competition Ability
Abstract: There are many factors that can decide and affect the enterprise competition ability. From the value chain, the article has analyzed and inquired into the formation and promotion of enterprise competition, and think that the enterprise culture is headspring of enterprise competition ability, that the product or service is the carrying of business enterprise competition ability, and that the value chain is the guaranteeing of the enterprise competition ability. The enterprise culture is the headspring of nutrition to the enterprise competition ability, it is a key factor that affects the enterprise competition ability.
Cite this paper: Dong, Z. (2013) Enterprise Culture: The Headspring of the Enterprise Competition Ability. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 1, 23-26. doi: 10.4236/jss.2013.15006.

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