Wspolczesne kompetencje menedzerskie. Badania empiryczne w obszarze edukacji (Contemporary Managerial Competences. Empirical Studies in the Field of Education)
Agnieszka Postula ()
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Agnieszka Postula: Wydzial Zarzadzania, Uniwersytet Warszawski
Research Reports, 2021, vol. 2, issue 35, 4-16
The aim of the article is to identify and introduce divisions/typologies of contemporary managerial competences. The main research problem is to understand the processes taking place in business universities and their impact on shaping the next generations of managers. The article is based on the results of qualitative research inspired by the ethnography of the organization. 5-year research in the area of managerial education was conducted. The article presents competences important for various groups of the managerial education process. Specific breakdowns of these competences have been proposed. Reflections on the shaping of these competences in future managers as well as methods and ways of education are presented. The basis of empirical inquiry is qualitative material that cannot be generalized to the entire population. It is also inadvisable to draw sharp distinctions between the proposed concepts and typologies, as they are inherently fluid and ambiguous. The research was conducted over a period of 5 years, which is a unique advantage in the era of digitization and the ubiquitous domination of capitalist values. The research group is extremely broad and includes all participants / actors in the management education process.
Keywords: managerial competences; managerial values; manager; ethnographic research (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A20 D83 I23 M12 M14 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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