Construction of the Capability Maturity Model of Dynamic Strategic Cost Management on Real Estate Development Enterprises

Zhijun CHEN


Real estate development enterprises are in the process of gradually mature, and its dynamic strategic cost management is also from generation to development gradually mature process. How to effectively grasp the real estate development enterprise dynamic strategic cost management stage, and look for the pushing direction and key process of evolution of dynamic strategic cost management of real estate development enterprise. There is still a lack of standardized procedures and methods. The capability maturity model can reveal the characteristics of the things that are in the process of the development, in line with the characteristics of real estate development enterprise dynamic strategic cost management and construction requirement. Therefore, this paper establishes the dynamic strategic cost management capability maturity model of real estate development enterprises from seven aspects: customer, market, product, process, organization, technology, government and society, which combined the framework of Capability Maturity Model with the actual characteristics of the real estate development enterprise dynamic strategic cost management. It studies the properties and characteristics of each grade real estate development enterprise dynamic strategic cost management, and analysis of low grade to high grade key process area evolution, to provide theoretical and practical guidance for the dynamic strategic cost management in real estate enterprise


Real estate development enterprise; Dynamic strategic; Cost management; Capability maturity model

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