Methodology of Diagnosing Enterprise Activity and Techniques of Diagnosis
AbstractThe diagnosing methodology, on one hand, should allow liberation of the main elements for elaboration of the survey and, besides that, for thorough research in case of abnormalities and, on the other hand, should neglect the accidental elements which do not have an utility to the studied field. This double necessity drives the analyst’s efforts in eliminating the difficulties of diagnosing method, which should avoid two possible limits, that is: performing a very analytical and expensive survey when compared to the information it provides or elaborating a too global survey, which can cause some omissions, among which some important issues for the final consideration and for the action plans which are to be set can be lost. Therefore, only a rigorous activity diagnosis method can convince the study beneficiary as to the competence and value of the specialist expert called and of the fact that the result of analysis does not include a multitude of useless, unessential information.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by "Dunarea de Jos" University of Galati, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration in its journal Economics and Applied Informatics.
Volume (Year): (2006)
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