Theoretical Basis of Digital Transformation of Manufacturing Industry based on the Perspective of Resource Agglomeration

Authors

  • Mengyuan Kong

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/59vx8b96

Keywords:

Manufacturing, Digital Transformation, Resource Pooling, Process Mechanisms

Abstract

Manufacturing industry, as the foundation of a country and the basis of a strong country, is the pillar industry of China's national economy. With the rise of a new round of industrial revolution, the digital economy era, follow the pulse of the times, and actively promote the digital transformation is to realize the transformation and upgrading of the manufacturing industry is the way to go, but also to achieve China's economic development of high quality is an inevitable choice. At present, the foundation of China's manufacturing industry digital transformation is relatively weak, there is a general problem of "do not want to turn, will not turn, cannot turn". In the face of a turn on the death, not turn the dilemma of death, how to effectively and efficiently promote the integration of digital reality, the successful completion of the digital transformation of the current development of the manufacturing industry is a key issue that needs to be resolved. This paper analyzes the process mechanism of digital transformation of manufacturing industry based on the perspective of resource agglomeration, and analyzes the current situation of digital transformation of manufacturing industry and existing problems, and finally proposes relevant policy measures and research outlook. It aims to provide theoretical guidance and policy recommendations for the digital transformation of manufacturing industry.

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27-06-2024

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Kong, M. (2024). Theoretical Basis of Digital Transformation of Manufacturing Industry based on the Perspective of Resource Agglomeration. Academic Journal of Management and Social Sciences, 7(3), 147-153. https://doi.org/10.54097/59vx8b96