Determinants Of Organizational Performance: The Case Of Romania
AbstractContinuous performance is the objective of any organization because only through performance, organizations are able to grow and progress. Knowing the determinants of organizational performance is important especially in the context of the current economic crises because it enables the identification of those factors that should be treated with an increased interest in order to improve the organizational performance. The most important objective of this paper is to create a model that will allow, based on multiple dimensions, to evaluate the Romanian manufacturing companies and to underline the relationship between the way they operate and their performance. The model used in this study was developed from the existing literature on organizational diagnostic models and from a broad literature review conducted to identify the factors influencing the performance of an organization. The results of this study also offer information on the relationship between the performance measurement process and the organizational performance. This article offers the base to identify measures that can lead to an improvement in organizational performance.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Economic Publishing House in its journal Management & Marketing.
Volume (Year): 6 (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 (Summer)
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diagnosis; leadership; organizational performance; performance measurement; quality; strategy.;
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