From One to Two - A Possible Model of Organizational Development and Development of Organizational Capabilities
The business management of most successful companies is a result of the coordinated operation of the processes, organizational structure, supporting systems and employees which make up the organizational capabilities of the company. Within the business processes, this includes development and continuous improvement of key internal rules and regulations, the division of spheres of power and responsibility, the requirements and the operation of fundamental checkpoints for organizational units, the provision of the most important technical conditions, improvement of human resource knowledge and skills and using all the above to promote strategic objectives in which competence development, performance management systems and knowledge-sharing techniques play key roles.
Volume (Year): 9 (2013)
Issue (Month): 01 ()
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