TECHNIQUES AND ANALYSIS OF MANAGEMENT AUDITS
Peter Gallo (),
Romana Píchová (),
Daniela Matušíková () and
Jana Mitríková ()
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Peter Gallo: Faculty of management, Prešov University, Slovakia
Romana Píchová: Faculty of management, Prešov University, Slovakia
Jana Mitríková: Faculty of management, Prešov University, Slovakia
CBU International Conference Proceedings, 2017, vol. 5, issue 0, 132-137
The proper management of an enterprise involves a set of complex activities that, in the current rapidly changing world, require adoption of modern market requirements. This paper describes a study concerning management audits.The study aims to identify and evaluate the specific techniques that are useful for obtaining information for audits in evaluating management, and examines modifications and applications of the model by McKinsey, ‘model 7S’, with an ‘IFE Matrix’. As practice shows, until now, the ‘model 7S’ approach is the most frequently used tool to assess the current state of management executives in business. The proposed models in the paper’s conclusion can be used individually or by combining two separate models to create a ‘two-staged adaptive model 7S’.
Keywords: management auditmodel 7S; Adaptation model 7S; effectiveness; efficiency (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: M42 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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