The Strategic Choice of Core Competitiveness in Power Generating Enterprises: Knowledge Management

Qin Li, Xin Li, Ping Zhou

Abstract


Since China’s systematic reform on electric power, i.e. separation of enterprises and power grid; bidding for
interconnection, increasingly keen competition has occurred in power generating industry. It is rather necessary
for power generating enterprises to maintain and promote core competitiveness in order to survive the market
competition. In current knowledge economy age, knowledge management is an effective choice to promote
enterprise’s core competitiveness. Firstly, we describe the connotation and characteristics of knowledge
management and core competitiveness of power generating enterprises. Secondly, we analyze the competitive
environment of power generating enterprises based on Porter’s Competition Model. And then we make a SWOT
analysis on implementing knowledge management to promote core competitiveness for power generating
enterprises. Finally, several proposals are raised accordingly.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v5n8p195

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