Browsing: organizational management
Introduction. Management is that tool of the manager who helps seek and find the path to progress toward development of the organization. An effective organizational management must lead to finding those levers to motivate all stakeholders in the development of the activity of entities, managers, employees and shareholders. Today, more than ever, CEOs and financial ones are facing complex issues that are basis for achieving their business objectives and strategic vision. An organization cannot conduct business without resorting to its management coordination function, coordination that takes place throughout the activity. Profit and loss control represents means to exercise overall control of the output of the organization activity. Management functions exist in a mutual inter-conditioning, they should not be viewed separately and none of them should be neglected or ignored.
Aim of the study. This paper tries to develop an understanding on the important functions of management and the relationship it has with fiscality.
Keywords: functions management, company development, organizational management, management process, fiscal policies.
JEL Classification: G0, H25, H30,M12
Introduction. The turbulent business environment has inevitably led to an increase in competition, especially in saturated markets of products and services. The economic development of the organization will indisputably depend on the multidimensional concept of intellectual capital. Man continues to be the primary factor within the organization through his creative capacity and also by his receptiveness to self-development. Obtaining strategic advantage is based on innovation, intangible resources of the organization and the use of competitive intelligence.
Aim of the study. In this paper we present a few aspects regarding the reflection of knowledge and intellectual capital focused on organizational processes in relation to the creation and development of the competitive advantage.
Keywords: knowledge, organizational management, competitive advantage, intellectual capital.
JEL Classification: M19, O34, L25.
Introduction. In today’s economic climate, in which great emphasis is laid on information, organizations get the highest value from their intellectual property rather than from their physical assets. Thus the organization is redefined and transformed gradually in the New Economy, which gives up on many of the old methods and approaches, seeking to integrate in the much more complex reality that occurs. The progress of an organization in a knowledge economy is directly proportional to its accumulated intellectual capital and knowledge, regardless of whether we relate to public or private sector.
Aim of the study. In this paper, we present a few aspects on the reflection of knowledge management and intellectual capital in the new economy.
Keywords: knowledge, organizational management, information, economic development, intellectual capital, knowledge management
JEL Classification: M19, O34, L25
Introduction. The evolutionary trend of the global economy brings to the forefront the need to forecast and introduce new modalities to innovate strategic management systems focusing on the preoccupations regarding the continuous modernization and improvement of the strategic variants of coordination of the organization.
Aim of the study. In organizational context, innovation has various materializations, it includes both product and technology renewal, but it also takes into account organizational changes or the application of new business models. Applying such changes may have effects on quality and market share, ensuring improved competitiveness.
Keywords: innovation, innovation in management, organizational management, forecasting tools in innovation
JEL Classification: L21, M20, O31