Proper Integration for the Chemical Industry in the Arab World

Mohammed Saleh Al. Ansari

Abstract


Integration appears to be an extremely interesting subject for many organizations. The term integration is used to describe the full link of divisions that are located at the top of any configuration to attain proper output that would be yield from the arising effect that resulted from such integration. In this research work, the author will base his study on the facts behind integration within organizations, analyzing specific conditions and rules that should be applied. The article focuses on the topic of integration by analyzing its past and present effects when it relates to the chemicals industry. This piece of work appraises different branches of the nature of integrated management system. Evaluation of chemical production within the Arab world are considered in this study to reach an acceptable conclusion and reviews the pitfalls that exist with current integration systems within organizations. Integrating management systems within organizations that fit into the chemical industry category is extremely important.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/emr.v2n2p24

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