Rongrong Zeng1, Dongling Zheng2, Yanjun Li3
1Cavite State University, Indang, Philippines
2East China Jiaotong University, Nanchang, Jiangxi, China
3Fuzhou University of International Studies and Trade, Fuzhou, China
In recent years, due to the drastic changes in the economic environment, domestic companies have experienced many industrial changes. From the perspective of industrial evolution, the correspondence between organization and strategy not only has a time gap, but also full of uncertainty and dynamic decision-making process. To explore the ecological growth and decline of the industry, we can observe the interaction between manufacturers and the environment in the industry through the perspective of ethnic ecology. This research is mainly for the high-tech industry research, the research object is the middle-level director of the high-tech industry in Guizhou Province, the questionnaire is issued. A total of 360 questionnaires were sent out, and 252 valid questionnaires were collected, with a recovery rate of 70%. Research results: (1) Competency has a significant positive impact on organizational ecology. (2) Organizational ecology has a significant positive impact on sustainable development. (3) Competency has a significant positive impact on sustainable development. Based on the results, suggestions are proposed, and it is expected to explore the adaptation strategies that middle managers must adopt in order to achieve sustainable development as environmental conditions change.
Organizational Ecology; Middle-level Managers; Competency; Sustainable Development; High-tech Industry
Rongrong Zeng, Dongling Zheng, Yanjun Li. The evaluation model of the sustainable development of managers' competence. Academic Journal of Business & Management (2023) Vol. 5, Issue 3: 63-66. https://doi.org/10.25236/AJBM.2023.050310.
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