Trends and Perspectives Regarding the Evolution of the Concept of Economic Intelligence within the Context of the Economic Crisis
Laurentiu Baranga (),
Adrian Rujoiu (),
Ion Stegaroiu () and
Florin Vaduva ()
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Laurentiu Baranga: Titu Maiorescu University, Bucharest, Romania
Adrian Rujoiu: Valahia University, Targoviste, Romania
Ion Stegaroiu: Valahia University, Targoviste, Romania
Journal of Knowledge Management, Economics and Information Technology, 2012, vol. 2, issue 2, 6
The practical interest of this paper is to identify and present the situation of EI issue in the current economic crisis and to identify future directions and prospects for its development. This paper assumes that the correct positioning of managers to these trends may represent a way of offsetting the effects of economic crisis. Understanding the importance of EI in the economy of the enterprise and how it can generate organizational performance, can lead to an increased efficiency and effectiveness of the strategic management. Also, this paper will trigger a warning on the importance of knowing and judicious use of the EI tools. Adapted to the social and economic realities of this century, it aims to raise the awareness of the guiding forces at the organizational level, resulting in a modern management system, comparable with those used worldwide. From this perspective, the paper aims to contribute to the theoretical framework regarding EI and therefore bring extra knowledge which shall be the result of a serious approach, which is based on current economic reality.
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