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Author
Sułkowski Łukasz (University of Social Sciences)
Title
Family Enterprise from the Perspective of Paradigms of Organizational Theory
Source
Przedsiębiorczość i Zarządzanie, 2016, t. 17, z. 6, cz. 1, s. 31-45, tab., bibliogr. 58 poz.
Entrepreneurship and Management
Issue title
Firmy rodzinne - wyzwania współczesności
Keyword
Przedsiębiorstwo rodzinne, Teoria organizacji, Paradygmaty zarządzania
Family-owned business, Organisation theory, Management paradigms
Note
summ.
Abstract
The article is focused on different determinants of family business. It tries to identify paradigms appropriate for such kind of enterprises. The main aim to present the cognitive consequences of paradigms in organizational theory proposed by Gibson Burrell and Gareth Morgan. (original abstract)
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1733-2486
Language
eng
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