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Major models used in comparative management

Ioan Constantin Dima and Codruta Dura ()
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Ioan Constantin Dima: University of Petroşani, Romania

Annals of the University of Petrosani, Economics, 2001, vol. 1, 41-46

Abstract: Comparative management literature emphasizes the following models: Farmer-Richman Model (based on the assumption that environment represents the main factor whom influence upon management is decisive); Rosalie Tung Model (using the following variables:environment,or extra-organisational variables, intra-organisational variables, personal and result variables); Child Model (including the three determinative domains-contingency, culture and economic system-threated as items objectively connected); Geert Hofstede Model (the main feature for the most popular comparative management model is represented by the five sides taken into account in this conception:induvidualism/colectivism, great/small power distance, intense/low uncertainly avoidance, masculiniy/feminity, short/long term approach).

Keywords: comparative management model; environment; organisational climate; contingency; individualism/colectivism; great/small power distance; intense/low uncertainty avoidance; masculinity/feminity; short/long term approach (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2001
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