Ghicajanu, Mihaela; Edelhauser, Victor Eduard
September 2010
Review of Management & Economic Engineering;2010, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p43
Academic Journal
In the American management publications, the managerial control is treated as a concept, as a process and as a system inside the management. In the subparagraphs below, I will specify the most important and recognized aproaches of the managerial control. Managerial control represent all methods, procesures and devices, including management control system, that management uses to ensure compliance with entreprise programs, policies and strategies. Managerial control include: strategic control, tactic control and operational control or task control.


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