The Source of Enterprise Organizational Capability: The Case Study of NH Company

Authors

  • Luyu Bi

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54691/bcpbm.v36i.3495

Keywords:

Organization Capabilities; Case Study; Employee Management Activities.

Abstract

More and more enterprises focus on the construction of organizational capabilities to enable enterprises to keep stable business operations. Especially in the protean and increasingly fierce competitive market environment, most industries have stepped out of the Blue Ocean Stage. In addition to focusing on investing or market opportunities, mature organizational capabilities are more necessary to achieve profitability. Research shows that organizational capabilities are an important internal resource of an enterprise. And the construction and continuous evolution of the organization's capabilities are the determinants of the enterprise's growth. However, there is no unified cognition on the formation process of organizational capabilities. This paper will take NH Company as a case to explore the relationship between employee management activities and the construction of organizational capabilities. This paper finds that employee management activities, carried out from employee governance, employee ability and employee thought, are effective methods for forming organizational capabilities. The enterprises can select a suitable measure to invest in and cultivate the organizational capabilities gradually. The importance of the paper is reflected in filling the gap in the definition and the formation process of organizational capabilities.

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Published

2023-01-13

How to Cite

Bi, L. (2023). The Source of Enterprise Organizational Capability: The Case Study of NH Company. BCP Business & Management, 36, 426–433. https://doi.org/10.54691/bcpbm.v36i.3495