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2010 | 1(72) | 99-106
Article title

KNOWLEDGE WORKER TEAMS: A SPECIFICATION

Authors
Content
Title variants
PL
Specyfika zespolów pracowników wiedzy
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
PL
Zespoły pracowników wiedzy to stosunkowo nowa forma pracy zespołowej. Dla specjalistów ZZL ten typ zespołów stanowi wyzwanie związane z poznaniem samej specyfiki pracy takich zespołów oraz wypracowaniem zbioru kompetencji pracowników, które w sposób specjalny komponują się ze specyfiką zespołów pracowników wiedzy. Artykuł nawiązuje do tych zagadnień.
EN
Knowledge worker teams are a relatively new form of teamwork. This type of team is a challenge to HRM specialists. It involves learning the specifics of such teams as well as developing sets of worker competencies that come together in a special way to compose the specifics of knowledge worker teams. The article investigates these questions.
Year
Issue
Pages
99-106
Physical description
Document type
ARTICLE
Dates
published
2010-02-15
Contributors
  • Piotr Zablocki, Akademii Ekonomiczna w Katowicach, Katedra Zarzadzania Zasobami Ludzkimi, ul. Bogucicka 3a, 40-266 Katowice, Poland
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Document Type
Publication order reference
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CEJSH db identifier
10PLAAAA076915
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.263344eb-0d35-36e0-9d49-bfe49547b780
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