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2014 | 2 | nr 2 Security Management | 39--47
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Selected Problems Related to Managing Terrorist Organisation

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The unique aims of the terrorist organisations fail to work as a protection against problems that are typical for other types of activity and those connected with managing the ongoing activity. As in financial organisations, leaders of the terrorist groups face the challenges of recruiting properly qualified members and motivating them, they seek efficient ways to control the actions of their subordinates or try to reduce internal bureaucracy. The article aims at pointing out some of the most typical of the aforesaid problems relating to organisation management. (original abstract)
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2
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39--47
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  • Academy of Business in Dąbrowa Górnicza, Poland
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