Managing small and medium-sized enterprises in the time of crisis
The subject of the article is managing small and medium-sized enterprises in the time of crisis. In the conditions of the modern market economy, the method to overcome the ever-growing competition is the ability to introduce constant changes and innovations in the company. The only solution is to make every employee aware of the fact that he is worth as much for the company as he has inventiveness and the ability to innovate. At the same time, one must be aware of a fundamental mistake, for example by the Americans when they lose the race with the Japanese. Well, often some workers and managers are treated only as contractors and not as creative persons.
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