THE CORPORATION MANAGEMENT
Keywords:corporation, a European company, management, participation.
A corporation as an economic organization is a joint-stock company that can be created as a European company on the basis of a contract regulating foundation of at least two legal subjects as an investment of capital. It can also be another form of investment, but a European company is one of the most important international corporations in the common market of the EU. Managing of such a corporation is in the function of making profit, in achieving other goals of those interested in doing business successfully. For that reason it is necessary to get relationships in corporations in balance so that every profit-making unit gets as much independence in decision-making as possible in order to fit in the laws that govern market. That kind of interest makes self-organizing a preferable trend in corporations, where each employee’s expertise is pronounced to the maximum. That way it is possible to establish a dialogue between a machine and a worker, by which the intellectual capacity of every qualified employee can be deployed to eliminate shortages in achieving greater profit. As opposed to the mechanistic trend, self-organizing accepts a dialogue with employees, their inclusion in making important decisions and sociological instincts. Therefore this trend of developing profitable corporations is the one to be applied in greater capacity in the future. Not only does the corporation management include the owners of a corporation, but it also includes employees and other interested subjects. Inclusion of employees in the managing process is effected by means of a written contract reached by the representatives of workforce with the managerial board of a corporation. However, employees should be included in the process only to the level of participation. In no way should they be involved in making important decisions regarding, for example, development plans, because the right to manage a corporation is exclusively won by having share in capital, and it is not based on work, because it would make it self-management then, which proved itself to be no good.
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