MER Model of Integral Management: Culture as Enterprise’s Key Success Factor
Enterprise culture is judged by many acknowledged scientists and researchers now as a major determinant of any enterprise’s success. The present article shows the research cognitions on the impact of enterprise culture to the success of the enterprises observed.
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