Last decade of the twentieth century experienced cataclysmic changes in organizations’ structure and their performance. Organizations are now considered as sentient being. They think through their systems; they plan through their functionaries; they perform through their resources (human and capital assets). Now they have become a basic building bloc of our today’s corporate world. We can list several themes that brought changes in culture, design and environment of contemporary organizations all over the world. These include: globalization, interdependence and free markets economy. These trends forced countries and organizations to reshape their economic and business strategies. One factor, however that can rightly be counted as ‘the factor’ that alone altered the very nature of organizations, that is the ‘Knowledge Boom’.
Entrepreneurship, Knowledge, Intellectual growth, Management
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