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Schlussfolgerungen und Ausblick

  • Uwe Peter Kanning
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Zusammenfassung

Viele Faktoren beeinflussen die Wahrscheinlichkeit für dysfunktionales Management. Sie liegen in der Person der handelnden Manager, ihrer Arbeitsumgebung sowie der Personalarbeit. Frühzeitige Interventionen können dem Prozess der Eskalation von vereinzelten Fehlentscheidungen bis hin zum vollständigen Scheitern entgegenwirken. Hierzu ist es notwendig, spezifische Risiken der einzelnen Faktoren vor Ort zu identifizieren und dann gezielt zu intervenieren.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Uwe Peter Kanning
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  1. 1.Fakultät Wirtschafts-Hochschule OsnabrückOsnabrückDeutschland

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