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Strategic Management
2018, vol. 23, br. 4, str. 15-25
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan
objavljeno: 28/12/2018
doi: 10.5937/StraMan1804015Z
Organizational effectiveness in Bosnia and Herzegovina: A competing values approach
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Univerzitet u Banjoj Luci, Ekonomski fakultet, Republika Srpska, BiH



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Many different measures of organizational effectiveness have been proposed and one, widely used, based on Quinn's competing value framework, was applied in various national contexts. The competing values framework describes organizational effectiveness as paradoxical and contradictory by nature and in terms of seemingly mutually exclusive value dimensions, such as flexibility versus control and internal focus versus external focus. The competing values framework was broadly employed to examine various organizational phenomena, such as leadership, organizational commitment, organizational culture and decision making, and thus providing universal metric for trans-organizational analyses for different levels. This study presents the research results of 150 managers' perceptions of effectiveness of Bosnia and Herzegovina's organizations according to competing values approach. Multidimensional scaling was employed. It provides qualified support to structure of the competing values framework and shows that seemingly opposite organizational effectiveness models really coexist and can be effectively managed to accomplish and fulfil planned organizational goals.

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organizational effectiveness; competing values framework; value dimensions; multidimensional scaling analysis


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