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Bratnicki Mariusz
Pomiędzy akademią a przedsiębiorstwem, czyli o upraszczaniu i komplikowaniu teorii zarządzania
Between an Academic Theory and an Enterprise I.E. about Simplification and Complication af Management Theory
Prace Naukowe Akademii Ekonomicznej we Wrocławiu, 2004, nr 1014, s. 17-24, rys., tab., bibliogr. 12 poz.
Issue title
Nowe kierunki w zarządzaniu przedsiębiorstwem : między teorią a praktyką
Teorie zarządzania, Efektywność, Metodologia organizacji i zarządzania
Management theories, Effectiveness, Organisation and management methodology
Przeanalizowano zagadnienie teorii zarządzania. Dokonano porównania poziomów złożoności teorii zarządzania. Pokazano jakie są naciski związane z rozrastaniem się badań i jednomyślnością.

This paper focuses on theoretical problems located between theory and practice of management. There are four parts in it. First, phases of management theory development are described. Then, attention is focused on the need of growth of theoretical background complexity. Next, key problems of traditional approach are indicated and some solutions suggested. At the end, the methodological plurality is described, with the emphasis on its necessity in contemporary discussions in the field of management.(original abstract)
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