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Comor Exploratory Research On The Organizational Culture And The Managerial Behavior In Romania

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  • Constantin Rosca
  • Doina Rosca
  • Doina Danaiata
  • Adriana Manolescu
  • Adriana Schiopoiu Burlea
  • Mirela Sîrbu
  • Maria Madela Abrudan
  • Alunica Morariu
  • Mihail Cristian Negulescu
  • Carmen Chasovschi
  • Laurentiu Constantin Dragomir
  • Viorina Maria Judeu

Abstract

After a brief foray on the concept of organizational culture and on the research in this area, our work relates to how the project was organised featuring COMOR exploratory research activities, research that aims to identify the greatest possible number of elements, sides and aspects that characterize the managerial organizational culture and behavior specific to the culture and subcultures existing in different geographical spaces of Romania and in the main areas of economic activity in our country. For this purpose extensively stages are described under the conduct of the research in question, namely: o the establishment of the fundamental objectives and those derived; o definition of the sample taken in the study, with a description of each phase of the process stack sampling; o drafting of the questionnaire to collect the opinions expressed by the respondents in the sample; o collection of data from the sampled units; o encoding and processing of data by means of a computerized program; o analysis and interpretation of results on sizes of organizational culture, managerial type behavior, characteristics and behaviors of the effective leader's Manager, the definition of excellence, all presented in territorial aspect (counties, regions and national level) and on the areas of activity according to CAEN.

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Article provided by Scientific Society of Management from Romania in its journal Business&Leadership.

Volume (Year): 3 (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 (March)
Pages: 137-156

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Handle: RePEc:ssm:journl:tome:5:y:2010:i:1(5):p:137-156

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Keywords: organizational culture; behavior management; cultural dimension; management; research exploratory; sample; questionnaire; research phases.;

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