Management Aspects of Committees in Formal Organizational System
The committees are an important part of the formal organizational structure of the system and are essential for achieving the objectives. They differ from other business units within the hierarchy of the organization and influence its management. The aim of the publication is to highlight some aspects of managerial work of the committees and their significance.
Index terms: organization, committees, management aspects.JEL: D74, M12, M54
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