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Anali Ekonomskog fakulteta u Subotici
2012, br. 28, str. 199-211
jezik rada: srpski
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Uticaj nacionalne kulture na organizacionu strukturu
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Filozofski fakultet

e-adresa: dmojic@f.bg.ac.rs

Sažetak

U radu se analizira uticaj kulturnih činilaca na strukturu organizacije. U uvodnom delu se određuju pojmovi organizacionog dizajna i organizacione strukture. Ukazuje se na nužnost razlikovanja formalne i neformalne strukture organizacije. Nacionalna kultura se posmatra kao jedan od bitnih faktora organizacione strukture i analizira snaga njenog relativnog uticaja. Kao najvažnije dimenzije nacionalne kulture koje utiču na strukturu organizacije ističu se distanca moći i izbegavanje neizvesnosti, ali se ukazuje i na važnost posmatranja dejstva nacionalne kulture holistički (kao sistema vrednosti). Pomenuti sistemski ili holistički pristup primenjuje se u analizi uticaja kulture na strukturu preduzeća u Srbiji.

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