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2020 | nr 5 (136) | 65--88
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Strategic Determinants of Team Performance Management : Some Evidence from an Empirical Study

Warianty tytułu
Kluczowe determinanty efektywności pracy zespołu : wyniki badań empirycznych
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Abstrakty
Gospodarka oparta na wiedzy zyskuje na znaczeniu i tworzy nowe ramy dla nowoczesnej teorii zarządzania organizacją. Wiedza jest kluczowym zasobem organizacyjnym, który zapewnia trwałą przewagę konkurencyjną w dynamicznie rozwijającej się gospodarce. Sukces firm opartych na wiedzy zależy nie tylko od właściwego zrozumienia wagi zarządzania wiedzą, ale także zrozumienia, jak działają wewnętrzne mechanizmy w ramach poszczególnych zespołów wiedzy. Biorąc pod uwagę strategiczne znaczenie zespołów w organizacjach opartych na wiedzy, artykuł ma na celu identyfikację zestawu kluczowych determinantów wpływających na wyniki pracy zespołu. Zidentyfikowany cel determinuje strukturę artykułu, który de facto dzieli się na dwie korespondujące ze sobą części. Pierwsza część zawiera tematyczny przegląd literatury. Zagregowano tu wiedzę odnoszącą się do zdywersyfikowanego wachlarza determinantów pracy zespołów. Druga część poświęcona jest badaniom empirycznym ukierunkowanym na zidentyfikowanie kluczowych determinant wyników zespołów pracowników wiedzy. Badania przeprowadzono z wykorzystaniem strategii jednokrotnego studium przypadku. Wybór tej strategii uzasadnia specyfika obszaru badań. Wyniki studium empirycznego pokazują, że nie wszystkie czynniki wpływające na wyniki pracy zespołów są równie ważne. Najważniejsze to czynniki związane sensu stricto z funkcjonowaniem zespołu w organizacji. (abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
The knowledge-based economy is gaining in importance and is establishing a new framework for modern organizational management theory. Knowledge is a critical organizational resource that ensures a sustainable competitive advantage in a competitive and dynamic economy. The success of knowledge-based companies depends not only on a proper understanding of the importance of knowledge management, but also on comprehension of how internal mechanisms operate within individual knowledge teams. Considering the strategic importance of teams within a knowledge-based organization, the paper aims to identify the set of key determinants effecting team performance. The established goal determines the structure of the article, which de facto is divided into two comprehensive parts. The first part consists of an overview of literature focusing on various factors influencing team performance. The second part is dedicated to an empirical study exploring factors that are crucial to knowledge team performance. For the purpose of the paper, a single case study was selected. This is because research strategy is perceived as being extremely valuable when the subject of the investigation is known only briefly. The results of the study reveal that not all the factors determining team performance are equally important. (original abstract)
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  • Cracow University of Economics
  • Cracow University of Economics, doktorantka
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