UNITY OF THE ORGANIZATIONAL FUNCTIONS FLEXIBILITY

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George MOLDOVEANU ; Cosmin DOBRIN (2012)
  • Journal: Theoretical and Empirical Researches in Urban Management, volume 7, issue 3 August, pages 53-61
  • Subject: flexibility, cost of change, organizational function, complete and symmetrical graph.

The paper has the goal to analyse the correlation of the flexibility of all organizational functions. Based upon theoretical and practical studies, the decrease of flexibility into an "activity area" of organizations implies a diminution on a large scale of the flexibility of the processing system as a law expression of the decreasing outputs within economy. Therefore, at the level of each organizational function there are several major directions ensuring the flexibility of the "ensemble".
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