The human implications of management reengineering
AbstractRedesigning corporate management represents the most important means of managerial change and has a variety of consequences – economic, social, human etc. Expressed in terms of remodeling the methodological, organizational, decision-making and informational components of the management system, management reengineering generates substantial changes in the implementation of managerial functions and, implicitly, significant managerial and economic performances. Moreover, managerial redesign makes managerial excellence possible and, through the latter, it also contributes to business excellence.
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Volume (Year): 3 (2008)
Issue (Month): 2 (Summer)
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Reengineering; managerial and economic performances; managerial tools; decision-making system; informational system; organizational system.;
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