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Changing Views on Organizational Control in the Countries of the Eastern Bloc

Misun, Juraj (2017): Changing Views on Organizational Control in the Countries of the Eastern Bloc. Published in: Knowledge – Economy – Society. Selected Problems of Dynamically Developing Areas of Economy (2017): pp. 49-63.

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Abstract

Control is the terminal sequential function of management and its importance has risen during the last economic crisis. In the Eastern approach of organizational control, a manager can be either the subject of control, when he oversees an object or the object of control, when another subject oversees him. The subject and object do not need to be necessary from the same system, which means that this is a case of external control. There are several differences between the Eastern and Western approach to control. These differences are conditioned more by political development (the Communist regime) than the geographic location, when China has a similar theoretical base and Japan or India not at all. Aim of this paper is to examine the changing views of managers on being controlled by another subject, as the number of executives who did not experienced the era of communism is increasing.

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