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VERBONCU, Ion; ŞAVGA, Larisa; SIMION, Cezar-Petre. Managerial reengineering and efficiency. In: Proceedings of the 32nd International Business Information Management Association Conference, IBIMA 2018 - Vision 2020 Sustainable Economic Development and Application of Innovation Management from Regional expansion to Global Growth. Ediția 32-a, 15-16 noiembrie 2018, Sevilla. King of Prussia, USA: International Business Information Management Association, IBIMA, 2018, pp. 4045-4053. ISBN 978-099985511-9.
|Proceedings of the 32nd International Business Information Management Association Conference, IBIMA 2018 - Vision 2020
Ediția 32-a, 2018
Conferința "32nd International Business Information Management Association Conference" |
Sevilla, Spain, 15-16 noiembrie 2018
One of the most complex ways of managerial change is the management system redesign, respectively the managerial reengineering, respectively the reorganization and redesign of the organization management, according to a rigorous methodology. For more than 3 decades there has been talked about reengineering. First, there was the reengineering of business processes, then the reengineering of the organization and its management, without achieving a unitary approach to the steps to be taken in order to benefit from an efficient and effective management, generating efficiency at the organization level. Regardless of the present hypostasis - the managerial change as itself, or as a strategic option in the context of the organization's global strategy or as managerial methodological approach - managerial reengineering is a difficult and complex approach requiring active and responsible engagement on the part of a dedicated specialists team. Given the amount of time needed to design and test the new management system project, managerial reengineering undoubtedly has a pronounced strategic dimension. Our work focuses on both its methodological aspects, as well as its implications on the efficiency of the organization.
Decisions quality, management efficiency, managerial reengineering, Reengineering methodology