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2016 | 15 | nr 3 | 123--144
Tytuł artykułu

Key Factors of Inter-organisational Collaboration in the Public Sector and Their Strength

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Warianty tytułu
Kluczowe czynniki współpracy międzyorganizacyjnej w sektorze publicznym i ich siła
Języki publikacji
EN
Abstrakty
Tło badań. Współpraca międzyorganizacyjna jest współcześnie podstawą funkcjonowania organizacji sektora publicznego. Jednakże nie jest ona łatwym procesem i nie zawsze pomaga osiągnąć założone cele. O jej przebiegu decydują czynniki odnoszące się do różnorodnych aspektów działania organizacji, wśród których wiele ma decydujące znaczenie.
Cel badań. Głównym celem artykułu jest zidentyfikowanie i ocena kluczowych czynników będących źródłem efektywności współpracy międzyorganizacyjnej w sektorze publicznym.
Metodologia. Badania bazują na metodyce desk research, hermeneutycznym procesie opierającym się na grupie fokusowej.
Kluczowe wnioski. W rezultacie przeprowadzonych badań zidentyfikowałyśmy kluczowe czynniki współpracy międzyorganizacyjnej w sektorze publicznym. Oceniłyśmy również siłę oddziaływania i siłę relacji tych czynników, co pozwoliło stwierdzić, które z nich decydują o sukcesie we współpracy między organizacjami. (abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
Background. Inter-organisational collaboration is contemporarily the basis for functioning of a public sector organisation. However, it is not a simple process and it does not always help to achieve the assumed goals. Its course is determined by factors related to various aspects of an organisation's activity, among which many have key significance.
Research aims. The main objective of this paper is to identify and rate the key factors contributing to effective inter-organisational collaboration in the public sector.
Methodology. The research is based on desk research methodology and the hermeneutic process within a focus group.
Key findings. As a result of the conducted research we identified the key factors of Inter-organisational collaboration in the public sector. We also evaluated the power of influence and the power of relations of these factors, which enabled ascertaining which of them determine the success of collaboration between organisations. (original abstract)
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Tom
15
Numer
Strony
123--144
Opis fizyczny
Twórcy
  • Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland
  • Silesian University of Technology, Poland
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