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Management of organic farms with an industrial management mindset
Many people who have invested in organic agriculture have previously been businessmen, basically have their own companies, and are very experienced in managing and running their own companies.
In our opinion, the company's management model is basically a pyramid model. The upper management subordinates are divided into many departments, such as the personnel department, sales department, and technology department. These departments are generally managed by some people and some people. Do technology, but 90% are ordinary employees. If this model is used in the production management of organic agriculture , it will be impossible to achieve any results.
Let's imagine that the on-site workers on organic farms must be some experienced farmers , and farmers have no own terms or time limits when they are farming. They are all free farmers. If you use the company's terms and conditions to require farmers to Working on organic farms, then they will definitely not be used to such work, and they will not achieve the same effect as enterprise management. In addition, the performance evaluation standards of enterprise management are not applicable to organic agricultural management.
Fourth, financing and turnover issues
Agriculture itself is a relatively long process, from planting to growing, to receiving, to selling, it takes not one week or two. Even modern greenhouse production takes 2-5 months, let alone organic agriculture growing in natural environments.
In fact, if we analyze it carefully, we will find that organic farms actually require a lot of investment. Early stage selection and renting of land requires investment. Mid-term seedling cultivation requires investment. However, the benefits of organic agriculture have been slow, so a large amount of investment is needed in the medium term to ensure the turnover of funds and to ensure the organic farm's harvest.
V. The market is also an important reason hindering the development of organic agriculture
Due to the high cost of organic agricultural products and the long planting cycle, the prices of ordinary organic agricultural products are relatively expensive, which is basically 2-3 times higher than that of general greenhouse agricultural products. Therefore, considering the price and their own conditions, most people will not choose to buy organic agricultural products, or they will not buy them often. In this way, the sales of organic agricultural products are also a problem.
Therefore, we should fully consider these issues when investing in the construction of organic farms, and should not cause unnecessary trouble in the future because of what we think.
August 27, 2015
Chengdu Xinxin Electronic Technology Co., Ltd. Editorial Department
Editor: Little Devil in Gourd