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2016 | t. 17, z. 2, cz. 1 Wykorzystanie zarządzania projektami w sektorze publicznym | 7--21
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Academic Culture from the Perspective of Polish Universities

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The objective of the article is the search for dimensions allowing the study of academic cultures. Academic culture is treated as a special kind of organizational and professional culture shaping the identity of universities, as well as professional identity of academic staff. The research method is the analysis of literature of the subject and few studies available in Poland. Firstly, an attempt was made to define academic culture. Then, a typology of organizational culture was carried out, trying at the same time to identify features characteristic for the academic culture. The last part is devoted to an attempt to identify the distinctive features for the type of academic culture dominating in Polish universities. The article is the result of the NCN (The National Science Centre) project no. 2014/13/B/ HS4/015812014/13/B/HS4/01581: Culture of quality in Polish universities, Jagiellonian University, carried out in 2015-2016. (original abstract)
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