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THE PROBLEMS OF THE PARTICIPATIVE DECISION PROCESS IN BUSSINESS MANAGEMENT

Camelia Stefanescu
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Camelia Stefanescu, Camelia Dragomir ()

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Abstract: The complexity and the diversion of the problems in the business practice imposes a new approaching perspective of the companies management, which emphasis the involvement of the employees in all the actions and decisions in wich they are qualified. The problems of the employees participation in the company’s decisional process attracted, in the last decades, more and more the attention of the management specialists. Their interest is accountable if we keep in mind the fact that practical studies, made over many groups of employees, have demonstrated the positive correlate that exists between the participation rank, the grouping cohesion, member solidarity and the degree of social and professional fulfilness. To succeed to handle the intensive competitional situations in the business field, the companies have to spare the old management practices, based on an excessive authority in management. The development of the action and decisions implication forms of the employees in the activity of the organization represent a response for the demands of the modern management, which is influenced by the business objectives achievement by stimulating the employees participation in the companys activities and in the the decision making process if they are competent.

Keywords: participative management; decisional competences; participative decisional climate; approaching possibilities of the participative decision process (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: M10 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2008-04-08
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