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The assumption that the instability of the business environment forces organizations to continuously improve efficiency means that the omission of improvement-related activities may, in the long run, lead to the deterioration of the competitive position of an organization, and consequently, to its downfall. The implementation of the measures aimed at improvement requires the use of a systemic approach by organizations, involving a deliberate and systematic implementation of changes. The use of a different approach may, in the short run, benefit an organization, but in the long run it will have synergy-destroying effects. Such a systemic approach involves the use of management methods and techniques. When implementing management methods and techniques, one should keep in mind that there is no "one best" manage­ment method or technique, on the contrary - both in theory and in practice there are many. Some of them compete with each other, some are mutually complementary, and sometimes the actual differences between the methods and techniques are insignificant, which results from the desire to find the ideal solution by the authors of particular concepts. When taking actions aimed at the implementation of management methods and techniques, one should take into consideration the interactions between particular concepts, strengthening or weakening the effects of mentioned implementation.

The literature emphasizes that the proper implementation of management methods and techniques can generate added value for an organization. However, just as often, due to errors in the implementation process, the implementation of management methods and techniques reduces the efficiency of an organization and consequently, destroys values. Therefore, every process of management method or technique imple­mentation should be considered and analyzed in terms of implementation-related benefits and risks for a specific company.

Joining in the discussion on organizational renewal, Ryszard Borowiecki outlines the background, causes and effects of the changes in the behavior of modern enterprises, which enables him to draw conclusions pointing to the desirability of incorporation of the mechanism of constant restructuring into the management systems of organizations.

Łukasz Sułkowski attempts to analyze the functionalist approach to organizational culture, which in the Authors opinion, is the historically oldest approach to the cultural processes of management. In conclusion, the Author points to the limitations of the functionalist paradigm in the study of organizational culture.

Pointing to the increased interest in the concept of corporate responsibility, Charles Wankel and Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch formulate the observation about the improper preparation of the management for dealing with the challenges of integrity in the global environment in an effective way, which allows them to lay down the Principles for Responsible Management Education.

Justifying the use of the principles of the chaos theory and the complexity theory in management sciences, Piotr Płoszajski discusses the importance of mentioned theories for understanding the logic behind the development of non-linear and dynamic systems functioning under changing environmental conditions.

Signe Vesso and Ruth Alas attempt to identify the main coaching areas for Estonian organizational change management leaders. The studies conducted by the Authors allow them to draw the conclusion that the awareness of the impact of trust and leaders' behavior on the team is the most important area for the development of the Estonian leaders.

Pointing to the importance of the systemic approach, Katarzyna Hys and Liliana Hawrysz present the evolution of the concept of the system, discuss the ways to define it and describe the areas of application of the systemic approach. In conclusions, the Authors emphasize that the systemic approach, by forcing a holistic perception of phenomena, has a positive impact on the development of the interdisciplinarity of science.

At the core of Katarzyna Bartnickas article lies the assumption that creativity has an impact on the success of enterprises. Based on a review of the literature, the Author characterizes the dimensions of organizational creativity associated with creative innovativeness and creative usability, and attempts to model organizational creativity in terms of the hierarchical latent variable.

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Wydanie: No. 1B (160) 2014
Rok wydania: 2014
Wydawnictwo: Oficyna Wydawnicza
Oprawa: miękka
Format: B5
Liczba stron: 131

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The assumption that the instability of the business environment forces organizations to continuously improve efficiency means that the omission of improvement-related activities may, in the long run, lead to the deterioration of the competitive position of an organization, and consequently, to its downfall. The implementation of the measures aimed at improvement requires the use of a systemic approach by organizations, involving a deliberate and systematic implementation of changes. The use of a different approach may, in the short run, benefit an organization, but in the long run it will have synergy-destroying effects. Such a systemic approach involves the use of management methods and techniques. When implementing management methods and techniques, one should keep in mind that there is no "one best" manage­ment method or technique, on the contrary - both in theory and in practice there are many. Some of them compete with each other, some are mutually complementary, and sometimes the actual differences between the methods and techniques are insignificant, which results from the desire to find the ideal solution by the authors of particular concepts. When taking actions aimed at the implementation of management methods and techniques, one should take into consideration the interactions between particular concepts, strengthening or weakening the effects of mentioned implementation.

The literature emphasizes that the proper implementation of management methods and techniques can generate added value for an organization. However, just as often, due to errors in the implementation process, the implementation of management methods and techniques reduces the efficiency of an organization and consequently, destroys values. Therefore, every process of management method or technique imple­mentation should be considered and analyzed in terms of implementation-related benefits and risks for a specific company.

Joining in the discussion on organizational renewal, Ryszard Borowiecki outlines the background, causes and effects of the changes in the behavior of modern enterprises, which enables him to draw conclusions pointing to the desirability of incorporation of the mechanism of constant restructuring into the management systems of organizations.

Łukasz Sułkowski attempts to analyze the functionalist approach to organizational culture, which in the Authors opinion, is the historically oldest approach to the cultural processes of management. In conclusion, the Author points to the limitations of the functionalist paradigm in the study of organizational culture.

Pointing to the increased interest in the concept of corporate responsibility, Charles Wankel and Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch formulate the observation about the improper preparation of the management for dealing with the challenges of integrity in the global environment in an effective way, which allows them to lay down the Principles for Responsible Management Education.

Justifying the use of the principles of the chaos theory and the complexity theory in management sciences, Piotr Płoszajski discusses the importance of mentioned theories for understanding the logic behind the development of non-linear and dynamic systems functioning under changing environmental conditions.

Signe Vesso and Ruth Alas attempt to identify the main coaching areas for Estonian organizational change management leaders. The studies conducted by the Authors allow them to draw the conclusion that the awareness of the impact of trust and leaders' behavior on the team is the most important area for the development of the Estonian leaders.

Pointing to the importance of the systemic approach, Katarzyna Hys and Liliana Hawrysz present the evolution of the concept of the system, discuss the ways to define it and describe the areas of application of the systemic approach. In conclusions, the Authors emphasize that the systemic approach, by forcing a holistic perception of phenomena, has a positive impact on the development of the interdisciplinarity of science.

At the core of Katarzyna Bartnickas article lies the assumption that creativity has an impact on the success of enterprises. Based on a review of the literature, the Author characterizes the dimensions of organizational creativity associated with creative innovativeness and creative usability, and attempts to model organizational creativity in terms of the hierarchical latent variable.

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Twoja ocena:
Wydanie: No. 1B (160) 2014
Rok wydania: 2014
Wydawnictwo: Oficyna Wydawnicza
Oprawa: miękka
Format: B5
Liczba stron: 131

The assumption that the instability of the business environment forces organizations to continuously improve efficiency means that the omission of improvement-related activities may, in the long run, lead to the deterioration of the competitive position of an organization, and consequently, to its downfall. The implementation of the measures aimed at improvement requires the use of a systemic approach by organizations, involving a deliberate and systematic implementation of changes. The use of a different approach may, in the short run, benefit an organization, but in the long run it will have synergy-destroying effects. Such a systemic approach involves the use of management methods and techniques. When implementing management methods and techniques, one should keep in mind that there is no "one best" manage­ment method or technique, on the contrary - both in theory and in practice there are many. Some of them compete with each other, some are mutually complementary, and sometimes the actual differences between the methods and techniques are insignificant, which results from the desire to find the ideal solution by the authors of particular concepts. When taking actions aimed at the implementation of management methods and techniques, one should take into consideration the interactions between particular concepts, strengthening or weakening the effects of mentioned implementation.

The literature emphasizes that the proper implementation of management methods and techniques can generate added value for an organization. However, just as often, due to errors in the implementation process, the implementation of management methods and techniques reduces the efficiency of an organization and consequently, destroys values. Therefore, every process of management method or technique imple­mentation should be considered and analyzed in terms of implementation-related benefits and risks for a specific company.

Joining in the discussion on organizational renewal, Ryszard Borowiecki outlines the background, causes and effects of the changes in the behavior of modern enterprises, which enables him to draw conclusions pointing to the desirability of incorporation of the mechanism of constant restructuring into the management systems of organizations.

Łukasz Sułkowski attempts to analyze the functionalist approach to organizational culture, which in the Authors opinion, is the historically oldest approach to the cultural processes of management. In conclusion, the Author points to the limitations of the functionalist paradigm in the study of organizational culture.

Pointing to the increased interest in the concept of corporate responsibility, Charles Wankel and Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch formulate the observation about the improper preparation of the management for dealing with the challenges of integrity in the global environment in an effective way, which allows them to lay down the Principles for Responsible Management Education.

Justifying the use of the principles of the chaos theory and the complexity theory in management sciences, Piotr Płoszajski discusses the importance of mentioned theories for understanding the logic behind the development of non-linear and dynamic systems functioning under changing environmental conditions.

Signe Vesso and Ruth Alas attempt to identify the main coaching areas for Estonian organizational change management leaders. The studies conducted by the Authors allow them to draw the conclusion that the awareness of the impact of trust and leaders' behavior on the team is the most important area for the development of the Estonian leaders.

Pointing to the importance of the systemic approach, Katarzyna Hys and Liliana Hawrysz present the evolution of the concept of the system, discuss the ways to define it and describe the areas of application of the systemic approach. In conclusions, the Authors emphasize that the systemic approach, by forcing a holistic perception of phenomena, has a positive impact on the development of the interdisciplinarity of science.

At the core of Katarzyna Bartnickas article lies the assumption that creativity has an impact on the success of enterprises. Based on a review of the literature, the Author characterizes the dimensions of organizational creativity associated with creative innovativeness and creative usability, and attempts to model organizational creativity in terms of the hierarchical latent variable.

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