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|Title:||Contribution of socio-economic approach to management (seam) to the banking industry in Lebanon||Authors:||Mallah, Ali El||Advisors:||Bonnet, Marc
Salmeron, Jérémy Clément
|Subjects:||Management--Economic aspects--Lebanon--Case studies
Management--Social aspects--Lebanon--Case studies
Lebanon is a country with a market economy that attracts and supports foreign investors to launch new businesses. The Lebanese economy relies on two large sectors: tourism and banking. Due to the heavy competition among banks in Lebanon, and since shareholders of banks aim at preserving and enhancing their organizations ranking among others in terms of profitability, and based on the research-interveners intended field of specialization, which is the banking, the topic "Contribution of SEAM to the banking industry in Lebanon" has been selected for research study. The topic has been studied based on the Socio-Economic Approach to Management (SEAM) (Savall & Zardet, 1987), a behavioral and structural methodology aiming at exploring the six categories of dysfunctions within any organization such as: working conditions; work organization; communication-coordination-cooperation; time management; integrated training; and strategic implementation.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 201-208).
Defense Committee: Directors of research : Field supervisor Marc BONNET, Professor of Management, iaelyon (University of Lyon 3) and ISEOR research center, Co-director of the DBA program - Pedagogic supervisor: Jérémy Clément SALMERON, Ph. D., ISEOR research center, iaelyon (University of Lyon 3) External examiners : Debra P. SALSI HOCKENBERRY, MBA Coordinator and Assistant Professor, Springfield College, Wilmington Campus, USA - Laurent CAPPELLETTI, Professor of Management, CNAM, Paris - Véronique ZARDET, Professor of management, iaelyon (University of Lyon 3) and ISEOR research center - Omaya KURAN, - Inaya A. Hamdan, Assistant General Manager- MEAB S.A.L, Lebanon.
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