Commercial Academy of Satu Mare

Satu Mare, Romania

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Satu Mare, Romania
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Briciu S.,University of Alba Iulia | Todor L.S.,Commercial Academy of Satu Mare | Andreica H.T.,Commercial Academy of Satu Mare
Metalurgia International | Year: 2010

Efficient use of accounting information for fulfilling the major objective of accounting to provide a complete and accurate image of the financial statement can be achieved only by using modern information resources.


Andreica C.,Commercial Academy of Satu Mare | Maricescu D.L.,University Valahia of Targoviste
Metalurgia International | Year: 2011

Foreign direct investment is an indicator of improving the development process of the countries. They are proving very helpful for all countries in which they are made. It becomes important to know how these foreign direct investments are distributed by sectors and in the countries in which they are made. It is also a great help finding solutions once implemented to generate the attraction of these investments in other countries and areas that need support from foreign countries which can offer it. This study wants to show the situation of the foreign direct investment around the world.


Popescu C.R.,University of Bucharest | Popescu V.A.,Commercial Academy of Satu Mare | Popescu G.N.,University of Bucharest
Proceedings of the 24th International Business Information Management Association Conference - Crafting Global Competitive Economies: 2020 Vision Strategic Planning and Smart Implementation | Year: 2014

Our research paper aims to present the subject of excellence models for performance management, with a case study targeted on the evolution of the "quality concept" in Japan and the Japanese model of excellence. It is our main belief, as research economists, that the future of any type of society including the Japanese one stands in its on-going power to adapt and better anticipate challenges, in the constant need of quality, quality assurance, quality control and reliable models that seek both performance and excellence. Moreover, the "art" of generating quality in a turbulent business environment as the one we live in today, and the possibility to turn it into useful value, is done through the process called business processes management. Quality, as seen through management' science perspective, is the only reliable source that can truly ensure the competitiveness in a challenging business world. A key element in this type of competition and also in a competitive business processes management process is the existence of well functional and well developed organizations, able to generate performance and moreover excellence. Our study starts with an introduction in which we have emphasized the place of excellence models for performance management; continues with a literature review in which we have presented the opinions that academics, researchers and specialists regarding quality, quality assurance, quality control and reliable models that seek both performance and excellence; presents into the research methodology the way in which we intend to design the study of excellence for performance management and the attempt to present the evolution of the "quality concept" in Japan and the Japanese model of excellence, under the form of a case study; stresses the importance of excellence for performance management by offering the perspective of a theoretical approach as well as by describing the models of excellence for performance management, as drivers of nowadays society; focuses on the Japanese model of excellence-translated into principles CWQC (Company Wide Quality Control based on enterprise-wide quality control), in two major directions, the first one: the evolution of the concept of quality in Japan and the second one: the Japanese model of excellence.


Popescu C.R.,University of Bucharest | Popescu V.A.,Commercial Academy of Satu Mare
Proceedings of the 24th International Business Information Management Association Conference - Crafting Global Competitive Economies: 2020 Vision Strategic Planning and Smart Implementation | Year: 2014

Our research paper aims to present the subject of excellence in business organizations in the context generated by nowadays ambiguous and uncertain economic trends, in a society profoundly governed by insecurity, in which the dream of competitiveness and performance seem sometimes to fail. A recent feature of the last years, specific to the business world and not only, is the concept of "performance". Organizations are increasingly faced with unexpected challenges that require very competent management situations. This places an emphasis on achieving performance in all areas. Organizations are continually concerned either to achieve performance or to maintain performance or to improve performance or to measure the performance obtained. In this way, a new management discipline is created: "Identifying and measuring performance". We strongly believe, as research economists, that the future of any type of society including the Romanian one stands in its on-going power to improve itself and better anticipate the need of business organizations. Moreover, the new global economy, characterized by economic liberalization, globalization, constant competition, the transition from industrial economy to knowledge economy information and knowledge, the social and environmental restrictions, the constant need of sustainable development, the global financial and economic crisis have altered the requirements directed to various business entities and diversify their responsibilities to all categories of holders of interest to the society as a whole. In this new economic system, companies can also be seen as "cells" that depend on the health of the body as a whole. Therefore, we cannot speak of the viability of a company in a competitive environment, which is unstable and turbulent, without taking into account the importance of performance. Performance is the only reliable source that can truly ensure the competitive advantage of any nation and excellence represents the key element in the competitive advantage and also in the competitive intelligence process of well functional and well developed business organizations. Our study starts with an introduction in which we presented the place of excellence as well as the main triggers that generate performance in a business organization; we continued with a literature review in which we presented the opinions that academics, researchers and specialists have regarding excellence and performance and their importance; we identified what does measuring performance in the context of the new global economy means; we emphasized the role of the organizational performance as well as the need of knowing and using performance indicators; we provided some guidelines and trends to improve organizational processes management on the road to excellence, starting from the "quality control" to "total quality management" and also the "total quality management" to "managerial excellence"; we focused on a case study of the Romanian's society in terms of excellence in business organizations, in nowadays turbulent moments generated by the global economic crisis.


Andronic B.,Commercial Academy of Satu Mare
Metalurgia International | Year: 2011

Nowadays it is not surprising anymore that the brand is a promise of the manufacturer or seller to provide buyers always profitable products and best brands guarantee quality. Moreover, any brand is associated, to varying degrees, with the following meanings: product features, product benefits, values appreciated by the producer which are embedded in the product, the general concepts of living and working specific to the manufacturer, suggesting of a certain personality, suggesting of a particular brand idea etc. about the users of the brand. The deeper meanings of a mark are considered to be the values, design and personality that they suggest and which together form the essence of the brand.


Andronic B.,Commercial Academy of Satu Mare
Metalurgia International | Year: 2011

This article shall submit to such testing, proposing a new instrument of governance through risk metallurgical performance. Therefore we propose that in metallurgical enterprises and companies to move from risk management performance through risk governance, which ensures a more accurate background as a method, a wider application and transforming it into an instrument of effective leadership.


Andreica H.T.,Commercial Academy of Satu Mare | Doros I.,Commercial Academy of Satu Mare
Metalurgia International | Year: 2011

The final objective of the modern accounting information systems is to provide reliable financial reports. New technologies in computing and communications - in this case XBRL - allow online reporting and analysis of financial information ensuring transparency, comparability, accuracy and high quality information, allowing reliable decisions.


Todor L.S.,Commercial Academy of Satu Mare
Metalurgia International | Year: 2011

Most information security management systems to address the issue of security management in a sequential and iterative. The first step is to identify risks, threats and system vulnerabilities, followed by assessment of the likelihood and impact. The next step is a selection of controls (countermeasures) security to be implemented to reduce the level of risk associated with the system. Selection is made on different criteria and is not always the expected outcome. This paper proposes new strategy to tackle security management based on the Pareto principle.


Manta D.,Commercial Academy of Satu Mare
Metalurgia International | Year: 2011

This paper is an attempt to analyze the uncertainties using different methods for determining the risks that every manager and especially the top managers of economic and financial organizations must always overcome, in order to reduce the loss of life and material due to accidents, damages, errors and even disasters. Organizations (firms, enterprises, companies) are vulnerable to economic risks and threats.


Scorte C.,University of Oradea | Andreica H.T.,Commercial Academy of Satu Mare
Metalurgia International | Year: 2011

The hospitality and tourism industry is the largest business in the world being the main industry in terms of contribution to world gross product, workforce and most important investor of capital. The objective of our article is to analyze the dynamic evolution and structure of tourism in Europe. Regarding the research methodology the article is based on positivist quantitative research, while being present longitudinal development because we are presenting the evolution of different indicators measuring the degree of impact on the hospitality industry of national economy.

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