erori: Defense Resources Management in the 21st century

13th edition of the International Scientific Conference

Defense Resources Management in the 21st Century

November 8th - 9th 2018, Brasov, Romania


                 

                 




NATIONAL DEFENSE UNIVERSITY „CAROL I”
REGIONAL DEPARTMENT OF
DEFENSE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT STUDIES



DEFENSE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN THE 21ST CENTURY


International Scientific Conference organized by the Regional Department of Defense Resources Management Studies

November 8th - 9th 2018, Braşov

NATIONAL DEFENSE UNIVERSITY "CAROL I"
PUBLISHING HOUSE
BRASOV, 2018


Coordinators:
  • Lecturer Brînduşa Maria POPA, PhD
  • Junior Lecturer Vlad DUMITRACHE, PhD
Moderators:
  • Professor Cezar VASILESCU, PhD, eng.
  • Professor Ileana TACHE, PhD
  • Asociate Professor Dorel BADEA, PhD
  • Lecturer Brînduşa Maria POPA, PhD
  • Junior Lecturer Vlad Ionuț DUMITRACHE, PhD
  • Liliana FILIP, PhD Candidate
Editor:
  • Lecturer Brînduşa Maria POPA, PhD.
ISSN: 2248 - 2245 (CD-ROM)
ISSN: 2248 - 2385 (online)
Scientific Committee:

  • Gheorghe CALOPĂREANU
  • Teodor FRUNZETI
  • Emilian DOBRESCU
  • Ghiță BÂRSAN
  • Gabriel RĂDUCANU
  • Constantin – Iulian VIZITIU
  • Octavian TĂRĂBUŢĂ
  • Ioan Vasile ABRUDAN
  • Ileana TACHE
  • Mary S. McCULLY
  • Fahri ERENEL
  • Mustafa Kemal TOPCU
  • William BARTLETT
  • Eleftherios THALASSINOS
  • Pierre ALLEGRET
  • Andrzej SOBON
  • Tomasz KOSMINDER
  • Elzbieta Jadwiga SRYMASISKA
  • Agnieszka BRELIK
  • Ramona RUPEIKA – APOGA
  • Ebru CAYMAZ
  • Vladan HOLCNER
  • Igor SOFRONESCU
  • Svetlana CEBOTARI
  • Larisa PLOP
  • Ion ROCEANU
  • Stelian PÂNZARU
  • Virgil ENE-VOICULESCU
  • Vasile CĂRUŢAŞU
  • Liviu FILIP
  • Edith Mihaela DOBRESCU
  • Mărioara PATEȘAN
  • Anca DINICU
  • Ioan Gabriel POPA
  • Dumitru IANCU
  • Luminița GIURGIU
  • Daniel-Sorin CONSTANTIN
  • Dănuț-Eugeniu MOȘTEANU
  • Aurelian RAȚIU
  • Dorel BADEA
  • Lucian ISPAS
  • Cezar VASILESCU
  • Florin Eduard GROSARU
  • Maria CONSTANTINESCU
  • Aura CODREANU
  • Brînduşa Maria POPA
  • Cristina ANTONOAIE
  • Vlad DUMITRACHE
Contents:
TOURISM AS AN INFLUENCING FACTOR FOR THE INTERGOVERMENTAL RELATIONS

BABA Cristina Andrada

The Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Doctoral school of Marketing, Bucharest, Romania
Abstract
This paper examines non-financial factors influencing tourism. Such analysis is important as the touristic relationship between countries has two major impacts on diplomacy and peace maintaining: it helps the process of reducing the existing conflicts and it enhances a better political economical and security collaboration. Both governmental and private sector are influencing the tourist flows, and vice versa. A proper understanding of the implications of tourism and an effective cooperation can lead to tighter connections among states.
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STUDY ON PERCEPTION IN MILITARY ENVIRONMENT OF THE PROBLEMATICS SPECIFIC TO THE MANAGEMENT OF TECHNICAL SYSTEMS FOR DEFENSE

BADEA Dorel

"Nicolae Bălcescu" Land Forces Academy/ Sibiu/ Romania

IANCU Dumitru

"Nicolae Bălcescu" Land Forces Academy/ Sibiu/ Romania

MACOVEI Crenguţa

"Nicolae Bălcescu" Land Forces Academy/ Sibiu/ Romania
Abstract
This article brings to the attention of the specialists involved in the logistic management and academia a few issues resulting from the processing of data collected in 2018 through a questionnaire. Fundamental concepts such as risk, ergonomics, integrated logistic support, human error are aimed, as understood and perceived by military personnel directly involved or in areas related to the management of military technical systems.
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ANALYSIS OF THE TUNISIAN DEFENSE BUDGET IN THE 21ST CENTURY, MAJOR TRENDS AND CHALLENGES IN DEFENSE POLICY
Abstract
Conducting a long time frame (2001-2018) qualitative-quantitative assessment of defense budget of the Republic of Tunisia in order to provide a clear feature and develop an understanding of its Major trends and challenges in the defense policy. For this purpose, the paper is organized as follows: a general overview of the budgeting system, global analysis, structural analysis, comparative analysis, according to these analysis we will build assumptions on the current defense Policy and the main issues challenging decision makers.
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PARTICULARITIES OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN MONO-SPECIALTY PUBLIC HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS

BĂRCAN Mihaela

Faculty of Economics and Business Administration/ Department Management University of Craiova/ Romania
Abstract
Human resources management in the health sector is subject to many challenges caused by the same type of problems faced by other health systems around the world: lack of staff motivation, inefficient use, low productivity, inadequate training and, last but not least, its poor geographical distribution within the health system, from overcrowded areas of medical staff such as university clinics to the lack of medical services in some areas, in particular rural.
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THE IMPORTANCE OF THE APPLICATION OF MODERN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT METHODS TO THE LEVEL OF HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS

BĂRCAN Mihaela

Faculty of Economics and Business Administration/ Department Management University of Craiova/ Romania

BĂRCAN Laurentiu

Faculty of Economics and Business Administration/ Department Management University of Craiova/ Romania
Abstract
Human resources management is applied at the level of health organizations in a unitary manner, as in other socio-economic entities in our country, based on legal provisions. Until now, no strategy has been identified for the field of human health care, but the research could lead to the development of some dedicated techniques and methods.
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IMPACT OF INFORMATION RESOURCES MANAGEMENT UPON THE ORGANIZATION PERFORMANCE

BEN SAID Boulbaba

TMOD /DPT/ MA/Tunis/Tunisia
Abstract
In era of globalization, exploiting useful information to acheive competetive advatages is very significant. Information Resources Management (IRM) strategies based on many facets, thus play a vital role in either success or developemnt of organization performance. Those enterprises which are adaptive to devloping modern IRM principles, grow better and flurish marvously. However, accomplishment of strategic objectives is dependant on sccessful execution of IRM processes across organization. This article aims to provide guidelines for managers on understanding importance of IRM and tips for further execution within organization to acheive desired goals.
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BIASES INFLUENCE ON MILITARY DECISION MAKING
Abstract
Humans often employ cognitive heuristic principles when making decisions. These cognitive heuristic principles allow the human to simplify the decision making task, and can, by their very nature, lead to deviations, referred to as cognitive biases, which influence the quality of the decisions. This paper examines the applicability of findings from behavioral economics to military decision making. Usually manuals concerning the Military Decision Making Process mention general biases in decision making but do not mention specific biases or specific mechanisms for mitigating bias. The author provides examples for different type of bias, which include overconfidence bias, confirmation bias, disconfirmation bias, availability bias, sunk cost fallacy and anchoring bias and proposes ways to mitigate such biases, so that may help militaries to be more accurate in their assessment and thus make better decisions. The author concludes by highlighting that in combination with contextual factors, cognitive biases have been shown to result in starkly inaccurate assessments and therefore poor military decisions at the strategic and operational levels. He highlights that the people need to be cognizant of these biases and to implement strategies to counteract them.
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