“Controlling” as a Unit of Production Planning and Control. Romanian Case Studies
The paper presents a new managerial tool applied in Romania after 1990: controlling. Controlling is understood to be a unit of planning and control like in German speaking world. Even though this is a typical German approach, our conclusions will show that the same view of controlling exists in post-1990 Romania. This paper’s objective is to argument the acceptance of controlling as a management tool—referring to a company’s planning and control unit—by presenting a concrete planning and control situation at an international company in Romania Alexander&Son Timisoara.
Volume (Year): 12 (2009)
Issue (Month): 34 ((4))
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