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Sajfert Zvonko (University of Novi Sad, Serbia), Nikolic Milan (University of Novi Sad, Serbia), Djordjevic Dejan (University of Novi Sad, Serbia), Atanasković Predrag (Technical Science Transportation Institute CIP, Belgrade, Serbia)
Research on Life Objective Structures of Managers and Entrepreneurs in Serbia
Journal of Economics and Organization of Future Enterprise, 2009, vol. 3, nr 1, s. 78-105, tab., wykr., bibliogr. 21 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Poziom życia, Styl życia, Przedsiębiorca, Menedżer
Living standard, Lifestyle, Entrepreneur, Manager
The purpose of the paper herein is to define the different life objective structures of managers and specialists in public enterprises. Owners of private enterprises - entrepreneurs were analyzed as control group. Considering the data obtained by using random sampling method, one may come to conclusions concerning the characteristics of the observed population. The research proved that successful private owners-entrepreneurs, the capital-owners, have different structure of life objectives comparing to both: managers and specialists in public organizations. The basic idea is this process can be considered as inseparable part of economic growth adn managemnet in any organization. Since the entrepreneurs invested their private capital to realize their ideas, it is logical that they want their capital to be increased. On the other hand, managers and specialists in public enterprises do not have such a great sense for capital increment. They rather share the capital preferring to be sociable (clubs sponsors, great humanitarians). The reason of such acting can be found in a fact that Serbia was influenced by socialism which further resulted in poor education of managers and specialists to change their way of thinking. Managers as well as specialists should become knowledge workers who shall exchange their knowledge. (original abstract)
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