Zakharchyn, G. M.
November 2011
Actual Problems of Economics / Aktual'ni Problemi Ekonomìki;Nov2011, Vol. 125 Issue 11, p129
Academic Journal
The article presents the fundamentals of the systemic targeted evaluation of the influence factors upon the formation of organizational culture and offers the classification of factors, also analyzing the priority of influence between the factors of external and internal environments, the results are generalized.


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