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Research on management and control mode of enterprise group
—Taking Hengdian group as an example
Hengdian Group,Mode of management and control,Three division method,F27,
|Publication Year :||2019|
Since the reform and opening up, enterprises, as the driving force of China's economic development, are constantly showing new changes.And one of it's most prominent features is that: the scale of enterprise organizations continues to expand, enterprise groups have gradually become an important form of organization. But at the same time, the management and control system of enterprise groups to the subordinate member enterprises has not been set up scientifically and effectively. The decline of many enterprise groups is due to the lack of effectiveness of the management and control system. Practice always precedes theory. At present, there are few studies on the mode of management and control in domestic academic circles, and some of them are out of line with practice or even inconsistent.
This study systematically reviews and comments on the existing research on management and control mode of enterprise groups at home and abroad, and chooses the most representative and widely used three-part theory of management and control mode as the basic theoretical framework to examine the management and control mode of Hengdian Group. Through the analysis of the overall structure, characteristics, means and effects of the early and current management and control modes of Hengdian Group, the author deeply explores the existing problems and limitations. On this basis, combined with the characteristics of external environment, the development of the Group and the management practice of other large enterprise groups, the management and control mode of Hengdian Group has been systematically optimized and reformed. At the same time, the effectiveness of these measures is analyzed in depth.
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