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2012 (Vol. 4, Issue: 1)
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Remote Management: The Newly Emerging Style of Management

Nail AHK Awamleh
Corresponding Author:  Nail AHK Awamleh 

Key words:  Distance workplace, electronic management, remote management, virtual teams, , ,
Vol. 4 , (1): 86-94
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2011 January, 05 2012 February, 06 2012 February, 20

This study attempts to introduce up-to-date thoughts on management discipline and profession incorporating concepts, views, and tools of public and business literature in the light of current realities of electronic era. It adopts open systems, futurist, and interdisciplinary and logically practical perspective on management. The study presented a concise analysis of the historical dialectic on traditional and somewhat ongoing discussions on public/business interrelationships. It has suggested the so-called (Remote Management) as an emerging futurist model of management in the context of digital era. Remote management incorporates current realities including globalization, democratization, privatization, high-tech and knowledge centered world into the discipline and profession of management. Basic features of remote management include diffused organizational structures, performance-focus, remote space locations, remote control systems, and professional codes of ethics, technology-centered work systems, and huge capital investment in technology and human resources. Practical experience and evidence showed gradual movement towards remote management applications in the form of e-family mechanisms (e-government, e-commerce, etc.). The study recommended a comprehensive restructuring of management thought and practices on the basis of strategic planning and thinking and environment analysis.
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Nail AHK Awamleh, 2012. Remote Management: The Newly Emerging Style of Management.  Asian Journal of Business Management, 4(1): 86-94.
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