Organization and Personnel
Specific questions of organization and personnel planning and management are not relevant for all newly founded enterprises. However, for those start-ups aiming at growth, organizational and personnel aspects are of central importance within the context of a target-oriented and systematic growth management. Generally speaking, for all emerging enterprises, initial organizing activities seem to be critical to their survival [Brush et al. (2008)].
KeywordsHuman Resource Management Leadership Style Project Organization Enterprise Culture Team Organization
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Organization – Standard Works
Organization and Entrepreneurship
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Personnel – Standard Works
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