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2016 | nr 2 | 7--15
Tytuł artykułu

Ewolucyjny nurt w naukach o zarządzaniu : stan wiedzy

Warianty tytułu
Evolutionary Approach in Management Science : State of the Art
Języki publikacji
PL
Abstrakty
Określenia "ewolucja" i "koewolucja" są szeroko wykorzystywane w badaniach organizacji, ale rzadko zdefiniowane. Często nie wiadomo, czy odnoszą się one do pojedynczych podmiotów czy grup jednostek. Jeżeli lokuje się badania w epistemologii ewolucyjnej, to niezbędne jest właściwe posługiwanie się właściwymi kategoriami. W opracowaniu przedstawiono systematyzację nurtów badawczych i formalnych teorii ewolucyjnych oraz zasadnicze założenia mieszczące się w ewolucyjnym nurcie zarządzania. Poczynając od podstaw ewolucji organizacyjnej, wskazano na koewolucyjną perspektywę badawczą. W końcu przedstawione zostały poglądy dotyczące obiektu analizy organizacyjnej ewolucji i koewolucji. (abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
The notions 'evolution' and 'co-evolution' are widely used in examining organizations, however, they are very rarely defined and specified whether they refer to single objects or groups. What is critical, locating the research in evolutionary epistemology requires using appropriate nomenclature. The article presents systemizing research fields and formal evolutionary theories as well as primary assumptions of evolutionary approach in management science. Consequently, the basics of organizational evolution have been stressed. Then, co-evolutionary research perspective has been emphasized. Finally, the considerations about the object of evolutionary and co-evolutionary organizational analysis have been highlighted. (original abstract)
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Strony
7--15
Opis fizyczny
Twórcy
  • Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wrocławiu
  • Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wrocławiu
  • Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wrocławiu
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