The Effects of Coordination on Organizational Performance: An Intra and Inter Perspective
Keywords:Coordination, Organization, Performance, and Trust
An organization goes with different things that make it broad and complex. Therefore, understanding coordination as an essential for achieving a balanced organizational performance is ideal. The existence of organizations represents the desire to fulfill needs. The essential frameworks for achieving these needs are often not given adequate attention. The questions of competition, performance, and expectations are best answered through a good networking of men, material, and ideas. The main result of the research shows that the effective and efficient linkages of internal and external components of an organization help in reducing internal and external complexities.
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Osifo, O. C. (2013). The Effects of Coordination on Organizational Performance: An Intra and Inter Perspective. Asian Journal of Business and Management, 1(4). Retrieved from https://ajouronline.com/index.php/AJBM/article/view/400
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