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Bąk Janusz (Cracow University of Technology, Poland), Baran Grzegorz (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
The Principles of Implementing Early Recognition Systems in an Organization
Business and Non-profit Organizations Facing Increased Competition and Growing Customers' Demands, 2014, vol. 13, s. 129-139, tab., bibliogr. 15 poz.
Zarządzanie przedsiębiorstwem, Informacja zarządcza, System wczesnego ostrzegania
Enterprise management, Management information, Early warning system
In the context of the turbulent environment, contemporary organizations have to work out and implement tools enabling them to handle the turbulence, and primarily, to avoid negative consequences of these processes. The tools are related, among others, to obtaining and providing managers, sufficiently in advance, with adequate management information on the environment. Early Recognition Systems (ERS) are a response to such conditions of the organization functioning and the challenge in respect of information support for decision-making processes. Unfortunately, they are mainly of informalized character, dispersed on various levels and in various functional areas of organizations, and very often based on unconscious, habitual actions, and, in consequence, their advancement and effectiveness are low. Based on the main characteristics of early recognition systems, the article presents the framework procedure of systemic solutions in the area of early recognition, which is supposed to enable formally organized activities within this scope. (original abstract)
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