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– The paper aims to analyse typology of dynamic management studies and their specificity.
The paper aims to analyse typology of dynamic management studies and their specificity.
The study analyses more than 200 studies published in English, French and Romanian management literature in the last 15 years. The data analysis follows a qualitative methodology.
The study provides: four classifications of the dynamic managerial approach and their specificity; and the main advantages and limits of dynamic management analysis.
Further research should use the classifications, advantages and limits identified to investigate certain dynamic management analyses and formulate conclusions and recommendations for better dynamic managerial analysis.
The paper highlights the specificity of different types of dynamic management analyses, that are often underestimated by researchers, professors, managers, students etc. The findings could be used by management practitioners to better understand the management evolution and performance of different organizations, to elaborate company strategy and policy, to change organizational culture a.s.o.
The increasement of social evaluation and prognosis quality.
In the international management literature, the paper provides the first classification of dynamic management studies and their specificity and the synthesis of the main advantages and limits of dynamic management studies for both management theoreticians and practitioners. These elements are useful to increase the value of dynamic management studies and to improve management practices in organizations.
Reports on the current level of management training in Romania, pointing to some of its inadequacies and suggesting ways these can be overcome. Suggests, particularly, that more modern training techniques, including computer simulation, are needed and that the West′s support in this is vital. Describes the different training institutions currently operating in the country, drawing particular attention to the appearance of private management training bodies. Emphasizes the importance of management, and adequate management training for the country′s future economic development within a market economy.