Research on Influencing Factors of Enterprise Network Resource Coordination
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. It represents a new organizational structure different from traditional hierarchical organization form. Enterprise network is the innovation of enterprise organizational form, which is beneficial for enterprises to obtain external resources, form rapidly, and maintain a lasting competitive advantage. But because each enterprise in enterprise network is an independent corporate entity, they occupy a certain resources and have a certain decision making authority, it is necessary to establish effective coordination mechanism to improve the performance of enterprise network. The influencing factors on the enterprise network coordination mainly include the structure of the enterprise network, information exchange among enterprise network behavior, trust degree, coordination cost, cultural compatibility and enterprise network environment.
Zhengyi Jiang, Yugui Li, Xiaoping Zhang, Jianmei Wang and Wenquan Sun
Y. G. Shi et al., "Research on Influencing Factors of Enterprise Network Resource Coordination", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 220-223, pp. 3041-3044, 2012