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2005 | 195 Rola nauk o zarządzaniu w kreowaniu społeczeństwa opartego na wiedzy | 241--258
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Empowerment - Myths and Meanings - Organizational Panacea or Poison?

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Empowerment - mity i znaczenie - panaceum na problemy organizacyjne czy trucizna?
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In this paper one of new management techniques like empowerment was discussed together with conditions of using this technique, rules and problems with bringing empowerment into organization. (KZ)
Omówiono technikę zarządzania - empowerment, warunki jej zastosowania, zasady wprowadzania w organizacji i związane z tym problemy. Autor podjął także próbę obalenia mitu wszechstronności zastosowania empowermentu.
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