Innovation and Development in Basic Level Party Construction for Universities With “Four Building” System

Zuojun WANG, Mingxuan TIAN


Basic level party organizations in universities are the
foundation and guarantee for educational principles
and policies of the party. This paper expounds the
role of basic level party organizations in colleges
and universities, including the guidance of education
management, coordinating and balancing the interests
and providing service guarantee. Current situation and
problems of basic level party construction in colleges
and universities are analyzed with the actual survey
data. Main problems are that team construction is
not harmonious, scientific and effective management
system is scarce, which reasons include the influence
of social environment, the backward of strategic
planning, and the faultiness of incentive mechanism.
Accordingly, on the basis of systematic analysis, we
put forward the “four building”, namely “to build the
right strategic concept and values, to build the party
members’ long-term education training mode, to build a
scientific performance evaluation model and build open
and clear communication platform” so as to promote
the innovation and development of basic level party
construction in colleges and universities. Finally, base
on the perspective of strategic management, we shape
“1+4” strategic framework of the basic level party
construction in colleges and universities and stress
the “four construction” system integration to realize
the innovation and development of basic level party


University; Basic level party construction; Four building; Strategic management; Innovation

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