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Serbian Journal of Management
2011, vol. 6, br. 2, str. 231-246
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan
objavljeno: 25/10/2011
doi: 10.5937/sjm1102231A
Planiranje uspeha i opstanak organizacija - empirijska studije nigerijskih privatnih tercijalnih institucija
Covenant University, Department of Business Studies, Ota Ogun State, Nigeria

e-adresa: koyepaul@yahoo.com

Sažetak

Opstanak organizacije se često smatra primarnim ciljem ili objektom svake organizacije. Ovaj rad predlaže konceptualni okvir planiranja uspeha koji se sastoji od šest promenljivih (zadržavanje najtalentovanijih radnika, obrt kapitala, razvoj karijere, podrška nadređenih, upravljanje konfliktima i nepotizam), kao i odnose među ovim promenljivim u cilju opstanka organizacije.Uzorak se sastojao od tri privatne tercijalne institucije u republici Ogun, jugozapadna Nigerija. Rezultati indiciraju da su zadržavanje talenata, upravljanje konfliktima i nepotizam pozitivno i značajno u korelaciji sa opstankom organizacije. S druge strane, promenljive kao što su obrt kapitala, razvoj karijere i podrška nadređenih nisu u dovoljnoj korelaciji sa opstankom organizacije. Ovi rezultati treba da informišu lidere (menadžment) ovih institucija o odnosu među proučavanim promenljivim.

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planiranje uspeha; opstanak organizacija; privatne tercijalne institucije; Nigerija

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