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The Romanian centralized organizations' resistance to change

  • Mina Simona

    (Ovidius University of Constanta)

We are in a period of significant change in our organizations and our communities. The need for focused leadership is critical and challenging for all. Some particular objectives of this study are to determine that: leadership and change are inextricably linked and their effectiveness in achieving beneficial outcomes for stakeholders is linked to their underlying ethical values; the importance of some approaches to change are more likely to lead to ethical outcomes than others; the need for greater ethical clarity when evaluating approaches to leadership and change; the study’s objective is to demonstrate that the Romanian organization oppose change and are not adequately decentralized. There are fundamental differences between these two characteristics. Promoting the autocratic type, in combination with the bureaucratic compulsive type, determines a major gap between the executive managerial level and the operational one. The inadequate union activity is also responsible for the centralism within the organizations and the toxic influence it has on change. This paper presents the conclusions of a study regarding the Romanian union leader’s perception

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Article provided by Constanta Maritime University in its journal Constanta Maritime University Annals, Vol. 18, 2012.

Volume (Year): 18 (2012)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
Pages: 313-320

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