Implementation of Organizational Conduct and Operation Management in Golf Projekt
Project Golf represents a series of activities and work with an irretrievable and unique goal - the ultimate goal being the launch of golf courts and accompanying facilities. Since the golf court project needs to be completed within a certain time period, certain costs and executive limitations in an unstable environment by effectively and efficiently using limited resource, it is clear that golf projects are specifically and demanding. Management and golf project realization is a complex dynamical process and it is necessary for its fulfilment to gather an adequate team of experts lead by a project manager. The scientific discipline of organizational conduct is dealing with actions and attitudes that people are showing in an organization and a project team. Operation management manages those business activities determining all the activities inside an organization tied to transforming input into output and in that way encompass all business functions. Since golf court management and realization is a very complex and demanding process it is clear that these two disciplines need to be applied in golf court realization. This paper deals with these issues.
Volume (Year): 5 (2009)
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