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2017, vol. 63, iss. 3, pp. 35-42
Progressive management system: Driving development and managing an organization towards success
High School of Academic Studies 'Dositej', Belgrade

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Abstract
This paper is exploring the dynamic success of an organization using the analytico - descriptive method in order to accomplish business process improvement by using new ways of work and/or improving work performance. That implies that an organization that tends to be successful encourages the need for changes, it motivates employees to initiate changes and be active members of the process development and organizational culture. The problem is observed through strategic surprises and possible discontinuities when considering strategic complexity as a reason for a management system to exist and function. To establish a successful management system that drives organization development towards success, the management needs to understand current business trends and set a motivating climate and culture in order to motivate all level personnel to contribute towards success. A quality system of progressive management covers more than the usual processes, initiatives for improvement and projects or documented procedures.
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