New principles of management in modern organizations

@inproceedings{Voxted2010NewPO,
  title={New principles of management in modern organizations},
  author={S{\o}ren Voxted and Jens Lind},
  year={2010}
}
In this paper we shall try to analyse a paradox which seems to be inherent in modern organisational and management theory and practice. The paradox is derived from two managerial principles. The first principle is decentralization of managerial decisions to the employees. This takes place using principles or management technologies like „self-managing teams‟, „empowerment‟, „value based management‟ and „self-management‟. According to this principle the employees themselves should be responsible… CONTINUE READING

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