Imbalances System Enterprise: Reflections from Italian Doctrine
The dramatic international crisis affects, for some years, almost all States and entire economic areas traditionally very rich. Is therefore very timely theme of enterprise disruptions. There are a lot of causes that can generate the enterprise crisis. It is necessary to analyze all phases of the management of an enterprise to understand where causes are sparked. This paper, with reference to the best Italian doctrine, presents a concise but comprehensive analysis of causes of corporate crises that do not have a specific origin due to particular external situation or internal dysfunction: the entire business system can indeed be unbalanced. Several theories explain the different series even if the origin of any disruption can always attributable to the lack of managerial skills and\or ethical values.
Volume (Year): 16 (2015)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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