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An Introduction on the Role of Organization Capital for the Enterprise’s Endogenous Growth

DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2016.93029, PP. 233-237

Keywords: Organization Capital, Enterprise Value, Core Competency

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The value of enterprise substantially depends on its ability of value creation in the future. Enterprise value creation relies on the external resources, but its own endogenous ability also becomes more and more important. This paper utilizes the concept of organization capital to survey enterprise’ core competitive ability and the growth of the enterprise value, which provides a new view for analysis of the enterprise endogenous growth.


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