Managerial methodology in banking institutions
AbstractThe managerial methodology represents a domain of great interest for the efficiency of Romanian banks. It regards the promoting and the using of modern management systems, methods and techniques that represent a condition for their managerial, economic and commercial success. The efficiency and the effectiveness, the performances obtained in the managed domain are the natural consequences of a performant management and, firstly, of managerial methodology, that gives order, disciplines and accuracy to managers and employees’. It is considered that there cannot be obtained pluses in efficiency and effectiveness in the absence of a management that can ensure performance. It is well-known that as far as the banking system is concerned, this type of management refers, almost exclusively, to the financial and economic results achieved not to the general or specific performances in management. It is not possible to speak about profit, efficient placements and other efficiency indicators if the performance in the field of management, decision-making, information and organization have not reached a certain standard.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Economic Publishing House in its journal Management & Marketing.
Volume (Year): 3 (2008)
Issue (Month): 3 (Autumn)
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managerial methodology; reengineering; profit centers; managerial performances; economic performances.;
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