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Holon Approach In Need Of Company Restructuring

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  • BREBAN LUDOVICA

    () (UNIVERSITATEA DE VEST, FACULTATEA DE STIINTE ECONOMICE)

  • BOCHIS LEONICA

    () (CECCAR BIHOR,)

Abstract

Holon concept of systems theory and systems developed in after 80s of last century. The term holon (Greek: Hales = whole, derived from parts) was taken over by specialists in the field of systems, from the American Professor A. Koestler , who first used in the context of the systems division, talking about systems that operate in other systems. The holon is essentially an operating system under which one or more autonomous systems, integration. The holon is integrative role that optimizes operation and results of embedded systems, limiting excessive generalization of the classical notion of system. This approach assumes that there are quite a few companies in the state of \"vitality\" or less and those who remain in a state of alert and that in most cases, even a viable business, reservations, or to increase the effectiveness of that maintaining this state requires some effort, area businesses in \"difficulty\" or \"vulnerable\" under these conditions is expanding.

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  • Breban Ludovica & Bochis Leonica, 2011. "Holon Approach In Need Of Company Restructuring," Annals of Faculty of Economics, University of Oradea, Faculty of Economics, vol. 1(2), pages 223-229, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:ora:journl:v:1:y:2011:i:2:p:223-229
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    Keywords

    holon system; restructuring; analysis diagnosis; risk analysis; risk of bankruptcy; stakeholders;

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    • M - Business Administration and Business Economics; Marketing; Accounting; Personnel Economics

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