The Organizational Framework of Modern Companies – Present and Forthcoming Tendencies
The need to reorganize the classic structure of contemporary companies is generated by the occurrence and manifestation of cross-correlated trends and phenomena such as: markets globalization; accelerate internalization of economies; profound technical and technological changes, the informational “explosion”, the diversification of demand together with the “personalization” of commodities and so on. Thus, the emergence of innovative approaches regarding strategies and organization is very appropriate knowing that contemporary business organizations will have to achieve multiple goals (i.e. economic, social, moral, technological and ecologic objectives) and that technologies hard to imagine nowadays can become familiar in the future. The strategies of the third millennium in correlation with the immediate structural development call into requisition the original concept of development as a series of waves of change, revealed by Alvin Toffler in his wellknown book “The Third Wave”. Starting from this metaphor, the paper makes a survey of some relevant theoretical approaches regarding the unprecedented transformations that will occur within organizational structures of future companies in the near future.
Volume (Year): X (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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