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Title: Applying the socio-economic approach to improve efficiency and employees performance in NGOs : the case of an autism center
Authors: Chaanine, Luciana
Advisors: Tabchoury, Patrick
Bonnet, Marc
Subjects: Performance
Economic development
Issue Date: 2018
Abstract: 
In a world that is swiftly changing, the survival is no longer for the strongest but to the fittest or to the one who can adapt and cope with all the rapid and radical changes around us. The world of business is facing globalization and technological changes and all the evolving processes that are taking place in all the market. Management approaches are many; however, not all of them are suitable to all organizations even if there are few that can yield positive results wherever and whenever they are applied. The Socio Economic Approach to Management is one of those few approaches that can be used not only when the organization is suffering but also when the organization wants to improve, to grow, to fine-tune the processes. This dissertation describes how the Socio Economic Approach to Management can be applied in NGOs for a better and efficient employees performance.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 203-211).

Defense Committee: Directors of research :Field supervisor Patrick TABCHOURY, Ph. D., Co-director of DBA program - Pedagogic supervisor: Marc BONNET, Professor of management, iaelyon (University of Lyon 3) and ISEOR research center, Co-director of the DBA program - External examiners : - Yue CAÏ HILLON, Assistant Professor of management at Western Carolina University, USA - Debra P. SALSI HOCKENBERRY, MBA Coordinator and Assistant Professor, Springfield College, Wilmington Campus, USA - Jérémy-Clément SALMERON, Ph.D., ISEOR research center, iaelyon (University Lyon 3) - Henri SAVALL, Emeritus Professor of management, iaelyon (University of Lyon 3) and Iseor research center - Rima FRANGIEH, Founder and President, North Autism Center.
URI: https://scholarhub.balamand.edu.lb/handle/uob/3904
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Type: Thesis
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