Management Theory and Studies for Rural Business and Infrastructure Development, Volume 40, Number 1

HOW TO MITIGATE RISKS OF BULLYING INVASION WHILE CREATING ORGANIZATION’S FUTURE UNDER HIGH UNCERTAINTY?

Eglė Stonkutė, Jolita Vveinhardt

Abstract

Organizations are constantly reinventing themselves and going through continuous organizational changes what, if mismanaged, can result in bullying. If bullying is mismanaged it can result in disfunctioning organizational processes. The main aim of this research is to develop theoretical framework on how to mitigate the risks of bullying invasion while creating organization‘s future under high uncertainty. The theoretical analysis of organization’s future creation and that of bullying in a context of high uncertainty is undertaken. It is revealed that to cope with the potential “side effects” of continuous strategic changes, organizations need to institutionalize bullying, ensure effective information sharing and communication.

JEL Codes: M12, M14, M19.

Keyword(s): strategic management, strategy creation, bullying, uncertainty


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