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2013 | 5(94) Ocenianie pracowników (Appraising employees) | 21-39
Article title

Zarys zarządzania zmianą systemu okresowych ocen pracowniczych. Perspektywa podejścia instytucjonalnego

Content
Title variants
EN
The Institutional Approach to Employee Performance Appraisal System Change Management: An Outline
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
PL
Przyszłość dzisiejszych organizacji tkwi w ich umiejętności adaptowania się do zmian. Sytuacja ta powoduje potrzebę poszukiwania rozwiązań organizacyjnych odpowiadających tym wymaganiom także w obszarze ZZL. Biorąc pod uwagę powyższe, celem niniejszego artykułu stało się zidentyfikowanie kluczowych zagadnień wymagających analizy w procesie przygotowania organizacji do zarządzania zmianami systemu ocen okresowych pracowników. W efekcie studiów zaproponowano jedno z możliwych rozwiązań – podejście instytucjonalne do zarządzania zmianą. Opracowanie można także traktować jako propozycję sposobu do analizy innych podejść.
EN
The future of today’s organization lies with its ability to adapt to change. This situation forces the need to search for organizational solutions that meet this challenge in the realm of HRM. Bearing the above in mind, the goal of this article is the identification of key questions requiring analysis in the process of preparing the organization for managing change in the employee performance appraisal system. A possible solution, the result of the study, has been proposed—the institutional approach to change management. The study may also be considered a proposal for ways to analyze other approaches.
Year
Pages
21-39
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Document type
article
Dates
published
2013-10-15
Contributors
  • Katowice University of Economics, Katowice, Poland
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Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
ISSN
1641-0874
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.cejsh-0b609f96-5df1-43af-8daa-5298cd9caaab
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