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Sistemas de control estratégico y organizacional. Críticas

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  • Luz Esperanza Bohórquez

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El control ha sido históricamente considerado parte fundamental para el logro de los objetivos en las organizaciones empresariales. Sin embargo, es ampliamente criticado dada su reacción tardía a las condiciones cambiantes del entorno y su incapacidad para actuar en ausencia de crisis. Por lo anterior, y a fin de identificar las causas que expliquen por qué estos sistemas fallan se exploran en el presente documento el papel y las características del control, soportada para tal fin en aspectos como la teoría del control, las teorías económicas y administrativas, así como resultados de estudios empíricos. El estudio destaca, entre otros aspectos, que los sistemas de control tradicional incluyen instrumentos orientados a la búsqueda de equilibrios estables tales como la centralización, la estandarización y la especialización, los cuales limitan o reducen las posibilidades de actuación de los individuos y por tanto disminuyen la posibilidad de responder Rápida y efectivamente ante nuevas circunstancias

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  • Luz Esperanza Bohórquez, 2011. "Sistemas de control estratégico y organizacional. Críticas," REVISTA CIENCIAS ESTRATÉGICAS, UNIVERSIDAD PONTIFICIA BOLIVARIANA, December.
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    Keywords

    Control; Sistemas de control ; Equilibrio; Centralización; Estandarización; Especialización;

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    • A29 - General Economics and Teaching - - Economic Education and Teaching of Economics - - - Other
    • I20 - Health, Education, and Welfare - - Education - - - General

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