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2011 | nr 205 Advanced Information Technologies for Management - AITM 2011: Information Systems in Business | 177--190
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Web 2.0 Tools and Leadership in the Context of Increased Interaction Complexity

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Narzędzia Web 2.0 i przywództwo w kontekście problematyki złożoności
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Dzięki wykorzystywaniu narzędzi Web 2.0 liderzy nie muszą już wyjeżdżać do specjalnych ośrodków szkoleniowych czy czekać, aż ktoś spoza firmy powie im, co mają zrobić. Wykorzystywanie nowych technologii zmienia sposób postrzegania i gromadzenia wiedzy. Internet, intranet i media bezprzewodowe oferują nowe sposoby dzielenia się wiedzą i dzięki nim rozwija się nowa generacja bardziej efektywnych liderów. (abstrakt oryginalny)
The article concentrates on the aspects of ICT tools which might be used by leaders to enhance their leadership. While searching the EBSCO and ProQuest databases the authors have not found the combination of all the elements they have put together to form their framework of ICT-leadership mutual dependency. With Web 2.0 tools, leaders no longer need to go to a specific place for professional development or wait to hear someone from the outside tell them what they need to do. New technology environments are transforming the way the knowledge is experienced. Internet, intranet and wireless media offer new ways to share knowledge and are developing a modern approach to be more effective leader. (original abstract)
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