Business processes in organizational diagnosis

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Janićijević, Nebojša;
  • Publisher: University of Split, Faculty of Economics
  • Journal: Management : Journal of Contemporary Management Issues,volume 15,issue 2 (issn: 1331-0194, eissn: 1846-3363)
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  • Subject: organizational change; organizational diagnosis; business processes

The paper points out why and how it is necessary to include business processes into organizational diagnosis as a first step in the process of organizational change management. First, the necessity of including business processes into diagnostic models which are used du... View more
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