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2013 | 6(95) HRD (Rozwój zasobów ludzkich) | 13-30
Article title

HRD, sekty i kultura – teoretyczne podstawy badań porównawczych

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HRD, SECTS and Culture – Theoretical basis for a comparative study
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EN
The goal of this study is to provide a theoretical basis for comparative fieldwork on the relation between Human Resource Development (HRD), Sects, and Culture. It reviews concepts, theories, and existing empirical studies on this issue. Based on this overview, we suggest that when levels of “cultedness” are high, the number of HRD practices is small and vice versa. Furthermore, some corporate cultures are more culted than others and this has an indirect impact in HRD practices. Finally, we posit that national cultures with a high level of power distance will be more culted than others and this fact has an indirect impact on HRD practices. The study has important implications for HRD because it implies that cultedness imposes severe restrictions on HRD practices. This finding is interesting for theoreticians and given that cultedness is increasing in step with globalization, it has important social and political implications. We also present a methodology we hope to implement in a future empirical study.
PL
Celem artykułu jest dostarczenie podstaw teoretycznych dla studiów porównawczych nad relacjami między HRD (Human Resource Development), sektami oraz kulturą. Dokonujemy przeglądu pojęć, teorii oraz istniejących wyników badań dot. omawianego zagadnienia, na podstawie których wysuwamy następujące hipotezy: zakładając wysoki poziom kultowości organizacji (wszystkie pojęcia wyjaśniamy poniżej), liczba praktyk HRD jest niewielka, i odwrotnie. Co więcej, niektóre kultury korporacyjne są bardziej ukultowione od innych, co ma pośredni wpływ na praktyki HRD. Zakładamy również, że kultury narodowe z wysokim czynnikiem dystansu władzy (power distance) będą ukultowione bardziej niż inne i ten fakt również pośrednio przekłada się na praktyki HRD. To studium niesie ze sobą poważne implikacje dla HRD ze względu na to, że ukultowienie nakłada na praktyki HRD poważne ograniczenia. Zarówno to odkrycie, jak i fakt, że poziom ukultowienia rośnie wraz z globalizującym się światem, są nie tylko interesującym zjawiskiem, lecz mają także istotne konsekwencje praktyczne, społeczne i polityczne. W dalszej części artykułu prezentujemy także metodologię, którą mamy nadzieję zrealizować w przyszłym badaniu empirycznym.
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13-30
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Document type
article
Dates
published
2013-12-15
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  • Lusíada University, Lisboa, Portugal
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Notes
PL
To jest polskie tłumaczenie tekstu, który ukazał się w papierowym wydaniu anglojęzycznego numeru HRM(ZZL)_2013_6(95); wersja polska numeru opublikowana została na bezpłatnej płycie CD
Document Type
Publication order reference
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ISSN
1641-0882
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-2aee52fa-8b42-4bfe-8f80-ce08488367ab
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