Tidor, Adriana; Morar, Liviu
September 2012
Review of Management & Economic Engineering;2012, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p83
Academic Journal
Many of the enterprises founded in Romania before 1989 slowly disappeared after the revolution. This study tries to analyse the cultural and financial problems of this enterprises compared with the enterprises founded after 1989. We made a pilot study in 10 enterprises in Cluj county regarding organizational culture. There where selected five enterprises founded before 1989 and five enterprises founded after 1989. The cultural results where almost desastrous for the eneterprises founded before 1989. The second part of the study consisted of calculating the most important performance financial indicators. This second part just confirmed the result of the organizational culture study.


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