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Autor
Bratnicki Mariusz, Austen Agata
Tytuł
Uczenie się przez porażkę warunkiem przedsiębiorczości organizacji
Learning by Failure as a Factor Conditioning Organizations Entrepreneurship
Źródło
Prace Naukowe Akademii Ekonomicznej we Wrocławiu, 2004, nr 1045, s. 328-339, bibliogr. 40 poz.
Tytuł własny numeru
Zmiana warunkiem sukcesu : zmiana a innowacyjność organizacji
Słowa kluczowe
Przedsiębiorczość, Rozwój przedsiębiorczości, Organizacje uczące się, Innowacyjność, Przegląd literatury
Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship development, Learning organisations, Innovative character, Literature review
Uwagi
summ.
Abstrakt
Autorzy omówili mechanizmy organizacyjne uczenia się poprzez porażkę upatrując w nich nośnik innowacyjności. Powszechnie wiadomo, ze organizacje uczą się zarówno z sukcesów jak i porażek, nie jest natomiast wystarczająco zbadany proces przedsiębiorczego uczenia się, ani czynniki, które go warunkują. Dlatego przyszłe badania powinny przybliżyć warunki trwania już istniejących i powstawania nowych przedsięwzięć.

Contemporary management philosophy emphasizes the growing role of human resources in reaching competitive advantage. The knowledge gained by members of organizations becomes the main value of modern organizations. This knowledge concerns the way of recognizing opportunities, exploiting them and abandoning when they are no longer attractive. In the rapidly changing environment the learning processes must undergo quickly and effectively so that organization could respond to strategic discontinuities. Learning by failure, understood as terminating the venture that does not meet expectations, is still little examined and encounters many biases. Traditionally, success has been perceived as a main generator of learning, yet it is failure that is really beneficial for the learning process. Understanding the way entrepreneurs learn from failures is crucial to examining their further behaviors and outcomes they achieve.(original abstract)
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Bibliografia
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