ORGANIZATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS AND METHODOLOGICAL COMPETENCES. Are there differences within methodological competences needed for thinking and used for work method and style based on the characteristics of the organization?
Lajos Szabó and
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Lajos Szabó: University of Pannonia, Veszprém, Hungary
Management & Marketing, 2013, vol. 8, issue Special-Issue, pages 353-362
An empirical survey, which has been conducted since 2007 in Hungary, has aimed to investigate middle managers working at mediumand large-sized enterprises in Hungary by a questionnaire. One part of the survey answers have been analysed by using Principal Component Analysis and seven different components regarding competence groups found important for knowledge sharing have been identified. After revealing these competence groups our research has aimed to investigate whether there are differences within selected competence groups (methodological competences needed for thinking and methodological competences used for work method and style) regarding the characteristics of the middle manager’s organization. The results have shown that only regarding one of the examined competence group (methodological competences used for work method and style) there has been difference based on the investigated organizational characteristics.
Keywords: competences; knowledge sharing; middle managers; organizational characteristics. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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