SPIS TREŚCI. Rola i znaczenie doboru kadr w funkcjonowaniu współczesnej organizacji publicznych Michał Flieger, Paweł Gutt - PDF

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SPIS TREŚCI TEORIE. KONCEPCJE. REFLEKSJE. DIAGNOZY Metodologia badań kultury organizacyjnej Katarzyna Gadomska-Lila Uwarunkowania i procedury obsadzania stanowisk w administracji rządowej i samorządowej

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SPIS TREŚCI TEORIE. KONCEPCJE. REFLEKSJE. DIAGNOZY Metodologia badań kultury organizacyjnej Katarzyna Gadomska-Lila Uwarunkowania i procedury obsadzania stanowisk w administracji rządowej i samorządowej analiza porównawcza i ocena Waldemar Walczak Rola i znaczenie doboru kadr w funkcjonowaniu współczesnej organizacji publicznych Michał Flieger, Paweł Gutt Rozwój idei biznesu społecznie odpowiedzialnego w Polsce Marzena Syper-Jędrzejak Studia przypadków w konfrontacji teorii ekonomicznych z praktyką Justyna Przychodzeń RAPORTY Z BADAŃ Koncepcje natury ludzkiej a kompetencja moralna analiza zależności Dariusz Turek, Agnieszka Wojtczuk-Turek Kwestionariusze osobowości jako narzędzia pomocne w ocenie kompetencji społecznych. Implikacje dla preselekcji kandydatów na stanowiska wymagające wysokich umiejętności interpersonalnych Paweł Smółka Kompetencje społeczne pracowników o niskich kwalifikacjach. Badania empiryczne Beata Mazurek-Kucharska FORUM DOKTORANCKIE Wpływ gospodarki informacyjnej na pracę i pracowników współczesnych organizacji Krzysztof Łysik Sądownictwo arbitrażowe jako odpowiedź na wyzwania współczesnego rynku Anna Karwowska SPRAWOZDANIA Z KONFERENCJI Sukces organizacji przejawy i uwarunkowania sprawozdanie z konferencji Marta Juchnowicz RECENZJE Projektowanie i realizacja szkoleń, A. Andrzejczak Lidia Jabłonowska Strategiczne międzynarodowe zarządzanie zasobami ludzkimi, M. Stor Marzena Fryczyńska CONTENTS THEORIES. CONCEPTS. REFLECTIONS. DIAGNOSES Methodology of Research into Organisational Culture Katarzyna Gadomska-Lila Recruitment Conditions and Procedures in State and Local Administration Comparative Analysis and Evaluation Waldemar Walczak Role and Importance of Staff Recruitment for Effectiveness of Public Organizations Michał Flieger, Paweł Gutt CSR and Its Development in Poland Marzena Syper-Jędrzejak Case Studies in Confrontation of Economic Theories with Practice Justyna Przychodzeń RESEARCH REPORTS Concepts of Human Nature Versus Moral Competence Analysis of Relationships Dariusz Turek, Agnieszka Wojtczuk-Turek Personality Questionnaires as Helpful Tools of Social Competence Assessment. Implications for Pre-selection of Candidates for Positions Demanding Good Interpersonal Skills Paweł Smółka Social Competencies of Low-Skilled Workers. Empirical Studies Beata Mazurek-Kucharska Ph.D. DISCUSSION FORUM Impact of Information Economy on Work and Employees of Contemporary Organisation Krzysztof Łysik Arbitration on Response to Challenges of Contemporary Market Anna Karwowska REPORTS ON CONFERENCE Success of Organization Symptoms and Conditions Conference Report Marta Juchnowicz REVIEWS Design and Implementation of Training Courses, A. Andrzejczak Lidia Jabłonowska Strategic International Human Resource Management, M. Stor Marzena Fryczyńska Katarzyna Gadomska-Lila The methodology of Research into Organisational Culture The constant interest in exploring organisational culture accompanied by cognitive and practical difficulties related to this process encourage deeper reflection on the research methodology. The paper aims to analyse the procedure of research into organisational culture, focusing in particular on the research methods (both quantitative and qualitative) and techniques of data collection. The presentation of their weaknesses and strengths as well as the discussion of possible areas of application should contribute to more rational choices, and improve the reliability and accuracy of research studies. Keywords: organisational culture, methodology, research procedure, research methods, techniques of data collection Waldemar Walczak Recruitment Conditions and Procedures in State and Local Administration Comparative Analysis and Evaluation The purpose of the paper is presenting, legal basis and conditions concerning chosen human capital management processes which are applying at the government administration and self-government units. Conducted analyses were not limited exclusively to theoretical deliberations, because the author also concentrated on portraying results and the consequence of this regulations, paying special attention to real processes which have reflecting the human capital management paradigms occurring at the civil service. Important argument which intensifies rank and the rightness of taken research undertaken is fact, that in official government document Poland Developmental challenges, it has been acknowledged that intellectual capital should be treated as the deepest and most significant developmental potential of our country. In the final part of the article were formulated conclusions and recommendations for the management practice. Key words: human capital management, the government administration, self-government units Michał Flieger, Paweł Gutt Role and Importance of Staff Recruitment for Effectiveness of Public Organizations In contemporary public sector organizations there is a consensus that staff quality is the key factor resulting in a success of the whole organization. It is a way to produce and sustain competitive advantage that is necessary in nowadays public sector to develop fast. In the article there is an analysis of similarities between Polish Army functioning on the area of human resource management and other public sector organizations. The analysis has shown that there are many mechanisms which are common for all public organizations and thus it is possible to use the knowledge and experience of each organization to be successful. It is suggested that benchmarking platforms should be built and more interdisciplinary research should take place in the future. It will result in further and faster development of each organization involved. Key words: management workers, public organization, competitive advantage, recruitment and training Justyna Przychodzeń Case Studies in Confrontation of Economic Theories with Practice This article shows, in a very short way, contemporary expectations towards economists, whose theories should find practical implementation in a business world. It treats about the role of case studies in a confrontation of economic theories with practice. The study describes main principles of case studies implementation, construction and generalization of conclusions based on them. The article also shows main advantages and disadvantages of traditional research methods confronting theories with practice through empirical implementation of results, like experiment, survey, source and historical analysis. Key words: case studies, economic theories, research methods Paweł Smółka Personality Questionnaires as Helpful Tools of Social Competence Assessment. Implications for Pre-selection of Candidates for Positions Demanding Good Interpersonal Skills The paper presents original study and its findings concerning the possibility of using personality questionnaires as tools of social competence assessment. According to the findings, there are numerous and strong correlations between some personality traits and social competence. Empirical findings point that measuring some clusters of personality traits can be very helpful in the process of social competence assessment, and adds incremental validity over measuring individual personality traits and its correlations with social competence. It is suggested that personality questionnaires should be best applied at preselection stage of professional selection procedure. They can be helpful to select in candidates, who have interpersonal predispositions necessary on posts demanding good interpersonal skills. Key words: social competence, personality questionnaires, professional selection Beata Mazurek-Kucharska Social Competencies of Low-Skilled Workers. Empirical Studies The article presents fragments of the research report, which was carried out as a part of the project: Examination of low-skilled workers (European Social Found, The Operational Programme Human Capital). This Project was realized for the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development by Pentor Research International and Ecorys Ltd.; the author was a Key Expert in this Project and co-author of the Final Report. In the presented studies 100 low-skilled workers from each Polish Province, who belong to thirteen sectors of the economy, were asked to fill in a questionnaire. The Social Skills Questionnaire (Kwestionariusz Kompetncji Społecznych) by A. Matczak is the presented in this article method, which can be use in the diagnostic process of three factors of social competencies: a social exposition skills, openness to interpersonal intimate communication and the social skills used in situation requiring assertive behavior. The low-skilled workers were asked about various problems and tasks on the social environment. The workers' level of social competence turned out to be less than the average, especially for those with the lowest education level. On the basis of the results of the research, the image of those employees was created. In the summary conclusions and recommendations for further educational and vocational counseling were formulated. Key words: low-skilled workers, social competencies, employability, level of education labour market Krzysztof Łysik Impact of Information Economy on Work and Employees of Contemporary Organisation The article presents the issue of human work in changing organizations. Recent turbulences in the global economy are revolutionary and never observed before. There is no doubt that phenomenon such as globalization, information of work and rising importance of knowledge have significantly influenced changes in professional work and higher expectation for employees. The aim of the article is to indicate basic characteristics of the evolution of human work, changes in the competency profile of a contemporary worker, and challenges for education. In the first part, the author focus on the importance of work for human being, its evolution across the time, and its main characteristics. In the second part there were proposed five main characteristics of today new workers. In the last part, author points to the need to make changes in educational system, as it is currently not able to meet job market requirements. Ending of the article has been devoted to author s conclusions. Key words: work, education, knowledge workers, knowledge based economy Anna Karwowska Arbitration on Response to Challenges of Contemporary Market Response to the challenges of the modern market, which requires prompt resolution of the business problems, in order to do not fall out of the economic game, are the alternative methods of dispute resolution, which include arbitral proceedings. Arbitration might be useful while resolving civil and commercial disputes, increasingly more corporate disputes, like conflicts between the company and the partner. The arbitral tribunal is constituted by the parties, which are entitled to choose arbitrators, as well as rules governing the proceedings, if not provided otherwise. The main advantages of the arbitral proceedings are the following: flexibility, speed, effectiveness, informality in the conduct of the proceedings and confidentiality. However, the statistics regarding the number of the cases being arbitrated are not impressive, the increase in the number of the disputes directed to the arbitration might have been observed. It is determined by the dissemination of the idea of the arbitration - friendly businesses, which is able to adapt to the requirements of the modern market. Key words: arbitration, arbitrator, arbitral proceedings, commercial dispute, arbitration award, arbitral tribunal Dariusz Turek, Agnieszka Wojtczuk-Turek Concepts of Human Nature Versus Moral Competence Analysis of Relationships The article presents the theoretical analyses and empirical research concerning the relationship between employees beliefs with reference to the human nature and expressed as the concepts of human nature, and the dimensions of moral competence. The results obtained allow to state that the individuals who employ the concept of human nature described as social or humanist while performing the processes of evaluation, present a more highly intensified moral competence than the people who employ the model of man as an economic or imperfect being. The article also presents the implications of the obtained results for the processes of human resources management. Key words: human nature concepts, moral competence, social attitudes, evaluation processes Marzena Syper-Jędrzejak CSR and Its Development in Poland Regulations on corporate social responsibility, are instruments that fill the space between the codes of law and tradition, and morality. In this way the ethics of the company builds customer confidence, investor interest and pride in employees. Business activities in a global world brings many threats associated with loss of reputation of the company, exposure to the accusation of unethical actions. In this situation, conducting a longterm CSR strategy can become a tool for prevention and building a competitive advantage. Among the tools used by organizations, to build socially responsible business the most popular are: eco-labelling, social marketing programs, including the ethics programs for staff and corporate governance. It should be noted that a huge responsibility for the effectiveness of programs and tools for CSR rests with the managers Key words: social corporate responsibility, manager, good practice
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