Employees Involvement In Decision Making: The Case Of The Romanian Smes
In the specialized literature it is considered that group decisions, taken after consultations and negotiations, hold the weight in the large economic organizations of the present. In the first part, the present paper attempts to study, from a theoretical point of view, if this idea is an accurate observation of a real state of affairs (in this respect, it is analyzed, from a personal point of view, some of the classic approaches on group decision and, in terms of this analysis, decision-making processes from the current organizations shall be put in a new light). In the second part of the paper, we intend to study to what extent the conclusions can apply to the sector of the small and medium enterprises of Romania and to what extent the employees of the Romanian SMEs are involved in the decision-making processes.
Volume (Year): 1 (2010)
Issue (Month): 15 (November)
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