The Long Term Performance Of A Company

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The word "strategy" comes from the Greek terms "Stratos" (army) and agein (lead). In the managerial context, and in today 's meaning, that word has replaced the more traditional term "long-term planning", to denote a specific pattern of decisions and actions taken by the highest level of the organization to achieve the performance targets. In this context, the strategic management is defined, therefore, as that set of decisions and actions taken by management to assess the long term performance of a company.

The world of organizations in the past few years is turning more and more attention to human resources, since the quality and skills of the latter are a real competitive advantage for companies operating in all sectors.
In the last decade, in particular, the companies have been faced with a reality characterized by deep technological revolutions, consequently making the changes in the professions. The importance of skills, knowledge and continuous learning skills was vital for companies, thus showing interest in cornering and retain the most talented people. The Human Resources function has thus begun to occupy an increasingly central role, realizing that employees constitute a real capital for the company.

It is therefore demonstrated the need to implement new practices in human resource management, which can rely on the talents cultivation and the creation of working conditions that can attract them and keep them within the company. The companies that will attract
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