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2014 | 1/2014 (45) | 156-174

Article title

Myślenie strategiczne w małych i średnich organizacjach

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EN
Strategic thinking in small and medium organizations

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PL

Abstracts

PL
Artykuł analizuje sposoby myślenia strategicznego w małych i średnich organizacjach działających w Polsce. Omówiono podstawowe koncepcje teoretyczne opisujące myślenie strategiczne, powstałe na gruncie psychologii oraz nauk o zarządzaniu. Przedstawiono przegląd badań na temat procesu formułowania strategii oraz treści strategii w małych i średnich organizacjach. Zaprezentowano wyniki badania własnego dotyczącego poziomu planowania strategicznego, reprezentacji poznawczej konkurentów oraz sposobu artykulacji celów przez polskie firmy należące do sektora MSP. Sformułowano wnioski teoretyczne oraz rekomendacje dla menedżerów małych i średnich organizacji działających w Polsce.
EN
The article analyses strategic thinking in small and medium organizations in Poland. Building upon the psychological and managerial literature, we discuss theoretical foundations of strategic thinking. We provide an overview of research on strategy formulation and strategy content in small and medium organizations. We present the results of empirical study focused on strategic planning, cognitive representation of competitors and articulation of goals by Polish companies from SME sector. In conclusion we present theoretical implementations and provide recommendations to managers of Polish SMEs.

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156-174

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Dates

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2014-01-30

Contributors

  • Wydział Zarządzania, Uniwersytet Warszawski

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Document Type

Publication order reference

Identifiers

ISSN
1644-9584

YADDA identifier

bwmeta1.element.desklight-c15a4a81-ca82-4100-b1c9-c5a66d862a3b
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