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Postrzednik-Lotko Katarzyna (Silesian University of Technology, Poland)
Managing Quality of Life in the Post-pandemic Period
Zeszyty Naukowe. Organizacja i Zarządzanie / Politechnika Śląska, 2022, z. 165, s. 275-284, bibliogr. 32 poz.
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Jakość życia, Rozwój zrównoważony, COVID-19, Zarządzanie,
Quality of life, Sustainable development, COVID-19, Management,
Purpose: The main purpose of the article is to draw attention to the subject of quality of life, with particular emphasis on Poland. An analysis of this guess is particularly important at the moment we have it right now, namely right after the covid-19 pandemic and in the face of the ongoing war in Ukraine. It can be easily noticed that situations such as a pandemic or war have a diametrical impact on the quality of life not only in the areas where they take place, but also these factors have a much wider impact, such as the ongoing war, which affects not only neighboring countries, but in this case also all of Europe, and even beyond. For this reason, it is worth trying to assess the quality of life and compare the current state with previous years. Design/methodology/approach: The article uses the method of analyzing the results of quality of life research available in the literature on the subject and in Internet sources, the so-called desk research. Desk Research is a research method that boils down to the analysis of records of available data sources, including in particular their compilation, mutual verification and processing. Such an analysis is the basis for drawing conclusions regarding the problem under study. Desk Research analysis is most often based on official statistical documents, reports, analyzes and publications, statistical yearbooks. Then, after data mining (during which generalized rules and knowledge contained in the database were discovered), the obtained results were analyzed, which led to the formulation of conclusions - the results presented in this article. Findings: The most important thing for every person is their individual quality of life. From time to time, we reflect on the course of our lives, evaluate them and make a balance of events and expectations according to our own subjective criteria, using the methods and measurement tools we have chosen. Particularly noteworthy is that these criteria are not constant and change over time, and with them measurement methods and tools. Different types of achievements and problems may occur in a person in the next decades of his life and he will perceive the expectation module and the desired quality of life differently. All this means that the assessment of individual quality of life is subjective and variable over time, as it depends on the criteria of assessment that change along with the course of life, as well as the methods and tools for measuring individual quality of life. Research limitations/implications: The article refers to the results of research on the quality of life, both in Europe and in the world, with emphasis on the place of Poland against their background. Research is conducted on a continuous basis, because the factors that directly affect the quality of life can change dramatically in a relatively short time, which can be seen, for example, through the prism of the last pandemic or the outbreak of war in Ukraine. Social implications: The research results shown are important from the point of view of society. They are also a hint and a hint for future situations that may happen that it is worth being prepared for any changes, which is of great importance from the point of view of quality of life and crisis management. Originality/value: The article is innovative based on an in-depth analysis of the factors contributing to the increase in the quality of life, with particular emphasis on the place of Poland. The obtained results of the analysis and the formulated conclusions may allow their implementation to improve the quality of life in the future.(original abstract)
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