New Organizational Structures in Machine Industry Companies

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Most enterprises in the Serbian economy are guided, structured and culturally oriented in a way that accepts only minor changes. When such companies face with the challenges from the environment, they respond in an inadequate manner and with a delay. There is an increasing need for the enterprise to have a strategy which is harmonized with the structure that allows normal functioning and, on the other hand, to has an ability to notice and make innovative changes. The organization is successful if its organizational structure allows it through the continuous process of designing and process of making decisions about a number of issues with regards on the form, system and characteristics of the organization (enterprise) of machine industry. Regardless of the size and diversification of the organization, when designing new solutions an attention should be paid to the future of the organization for the challenges yet to come, but also on the motivation of individuals related to the organization's goals. Today doing business is more complex and constantly seeks creation of added value and competitive advantages. New opportunities for better business are within the organizations and through the achievement of efficiency and effectiveness by involving all stakeholders.

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Predrag V. Dašić

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294-301

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D. Riznić et al., "New Organizational Structures in Machine Industry Companies", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 806, pp. 294-301, 2015

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November 2015

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