Study on Communication Process in Enterprise Network

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Enterprise network refers to the summary of relationships based on common social and cultural background and the basis of mutual trust, connected with information technology, and forged by a group of interconnected enterprise behavior actors and institutions in the process of sharing resources, exchanging resources, and delivering resources in order to respond to market changes quickly. Enterprise network is dynamic and complex, as an independent legal person, pursuing his own benefit is his instinct, the enterprises in enterprise network will inevitably exist opportunism tendency, which will lead to conflict, and will also affect the performance of enterprise network. One of the important means to solve the problems is the establishment of effective resource coordination mechanism. As a basic premise of coordination, communication is cooperative foundation among enterprises in the enterprise network, which is also the basis of promoting the cooperation, and the necessary means to improve the performance of cooperation. Communication promotes information sharing, increases transparency, promotes the establishment of trust and coordination.

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Zhengyi Jiang, Yugui Li, Xiaoping Zhang, Jianmei Wang and Wenquan Sun

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2912-2915

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J. F. Yan, "Study on Communication Process in Enterprise Network", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 220-223, pp. 2912-2915, 2012

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November 2012

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