Organization Diagnosis Methodology for Future Investment Decisions Processes Preparation
Ioana Gabriela Sarca,
Dan Cristian Silaghi-Perju,
Draghici Anca () and
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Ioana Gabriela Sarca: Politehnica University of Timisoara, Romania
Dan Cristian Silaghi-Perju: Politehnica University of Timisoara, Romania
Ilie Taucean: Politehnica University of Timisoara, Romania
The investment concept is defined as the allocation of resources of different types, in order to develop a certain system, process, service or product. In addition, investment process is associated with a change of actual gratification and secure foregone in return for an uncertain future, but with hope that through this process there could be obtained an increased profit rate by the exploitation of the new created assets.It has been generally recognized that the investment’s decision making process is associated with a lot of uncertainties. Therefore, it is important that before an investment process took place, an organization diagnosis to be developed in order to describe the context and specificity ofthe future decisions and then actions to be developed.The aim of this paper is to present a proposed methodology for the organization diagnosis where an investment process will be implemented. Based on the organization’s functions descriptions and the quantitative SWOT analysis applied, there will be represented the SWOT profile that will create a global image on the organization. The proposed methodology of the organization diagnosis was tested and validated in the case of many organizations. For the purpose of this article, there should be demonstrate the effectiveness and efficiency of the proposed methodology in the case of an organization that deliver medical services. Finally, some conclusions will be made in order to underline the usefulness of the proposed approach.
Keywords: management; decision; SWOT analysis; investment process (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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