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2020 | nr 7 | 3--11
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Ciągłość i zmiana we wzorcach myślenia strategicznego - wyniki badań

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Continuity and Change in Strategic Thinking Patterns : Results of Empirical Studies
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Celem artykułu jest przedstawienie wyników badań literaturowych i empirycznych dotyczących podejścia do ciągłości i zmiany we wzorcach myślenia strategicznego. Podejście do zmian i postrzeganie niepewności otoczenia wyłoniło się jako jedna z cech różnicujących style myślenia strategicznego i strategów. Konceptualizacje konstruktu myślenia strategicznego i zidentyfikowane cechy myślicieli strategicznych, zarówno te wspólne, jak i różnicujące (w tym podejście do zmian i niepewności) bazują na systematyczno-krytycznym przeglądzie literatury. W badaniach empirycznych wykorzystano podejście jakościowe, z częściowo ustrukturyzowanymi indywidualnymi wywiadami pogłębionymi jako główną metodą badawczą. Wyniki badań pokazują, że orientacja na ciągłość lub zmianę jest jedną z cech różniących myślicieli strategicznych i style myślenia strategicznego.(abstrakt autora)
The goal of the paper is to present the literature and empir-ical findings on continuity and change in strategic think-ing patterns. Attitude towards change and the perception of environmental uncertainty emerged as one of the most interesting differences in strategic thinking styles. The conceptualisations of strategic thinking and identified features of strategic thinkers, both common features, and differentiating ones (e.g. the approach to change and uncertainty) are based on a systematic-critical literature review. The empirical study is based on the qualitative approach with individual in-depth semi-structured in-terviews as the main research method. The findings show that focus on continuity or change is one of the features that differentiate strategic thinkers' mindset. (original abstract)
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  • Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wrocławiu
  • Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wrocławiu
  • Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wrocławiu
  • Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wrocławiu
  • Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wrocławiu
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