The Role of Economic Information in Determining the Intensity and Efficiency of Work – Theoretical Approach to the Elaboration of Management Strategies
Economic information, such as interpersonal relationships, and lead are usually placed at the basis of the facts and circumstances must always be based on a economic theory well argued. Relations between employees and managers should provide related information in terms of social issues, organization, classification, distribution in time and space in the labor force and should be well grounded considering the factors that influence these relations.
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- Bonin, John P. & Marcus, Alan J., 1979. "Information, motivation, and control in decentralized planning: the case of discretionary managerial behavior," Journal of Comparative Economics, Elsevier, vol. 3(3), pages 235-253, September.
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