Rosca, Ion Gh.; Moldoveanu, George
May 2009
Economic Computation & Economic Cybernetics Studies & Research;2009, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p1
Academic Journal
The article focuses on a study regarding the effectiveness of management functions in organizations with turbulent environment conditions. It notes that organizational environment plays the independent variable in the management process. It discusses the general requirements of management functions in turbulent environments which include flexibility, extroversion and the use of strategic systems in real time. It looks at the conversion from strategic planning to strategic vision in management process as well as the traditional method, modern approach and operational strategy. The study revealed that management functions are not effective and efficient in organizations with turbulent environments even strategies and classical instruments are employed.


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