MISSION OF BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS AND THE SOCIAL-ECONOMIC ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Marius EŞI, Alexandru Mircea NEDELEA

Abstract


Spontaneity within Business Mission represents a form of manifestation for entrepreneurial domanin. The strategies formulated by reference to the business organization's mission assertion illustrate a dynamic particular for the intentions of economic actors, but also for the required behavior. The expressed strategic assembly also represents the main determinant for action modalities within business organization. Therefore, capitalizing human and material potential at the level of a business organization involves a series of finalities of entrepreneurial nature.


Keywords


Mission Statement; Business Organization; Entrepreneurship; Economic Strategies; Organizational Culture

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