Wartości w zarządzaniu współczesnym przedsiębiorstwem – perspektywa zarządzania międzykulturowego

Słowa kluczowe: wartości, zarządzanie przez wartości, zarządzanie międzykulturowe


Celem artykułu jest określenie roli i znaczenia wartości w zarządzaniu współczesnym przedsiębiorstwem, z uwzględnieniem perspektywy zarządzania międzykulturowego. Wartości są bardzo istotnym elementem, który wpływa na motywację i zaangażowanie pracowników w realizację wspólnych celów, zwłaszcza w zróżnicowanym kulturowo środowisku pracy. W pierwszej części artykułu wyjaśniono istotę zarządzania przez wartości. W kolejnej części opisano rolę wartości w zarządzaniu przedsiębiorstwem i korzyści, jakie wynikają z zarządzania przez wartości. Następnie zdefiniowano zarządzanie międzykulturowe i przedstawiono jego wymiary. W ostatniej części artykułu opisano wyzwania związane z wartościami w zarządzaniu międzykulturowym.

Biogramy autorów

Agnieszka Knap-Stefaniuk, Akademia Ignatianum w Krakowie

Doctor of Economics at the SGH Social-Economic College, holder of an MBA from Thames Valley University, graduate of the School of Trainers at Wszechnica UJ. She was a member of the PKA (Team for Economic Sciences) and Head of the Department of Human Resources Management at the Polish Open University, lecturer of the BA, MSc, and MBA studies, and a member of the Rector’s Committee and the Scientific Council. From 2007 to 2015 she was Dean of the Krakow Faculty of Wyższa Szkoła Zarządzania/ Polish Open University; 2015–2017 she was Dean of the Krakow Faculty of Vistula University and a lecturer of the BA and MA studies in AFiBVistula [Assistant Professor at the Institute of Management]. Since 2018, she has been Vice Director of the Institute of Political and Administrative Sciences for Didactic Affairs for the Faculty of Education at the Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow. She cooperates with businesses and has served as a trainer, consultant, and facilitator for, e.g., Lexmark, Galeco, Biprocemwap, and Capgemini. She is the author of many publications on Human Resources Management. She specializes in issues related to strategic and international HRM, leadership, motivation, and contemporary challenges in HRM, such as corporate culture, competency management and talent management. She conducts lectures and workshops at universities in Spain, Portugal, Italy, and Czechia.

Joan Sorribes, Escola Universitària Formatic Barcelona-Universitat de Girona

Escola Universitària Formatic Barcelona – PhD in Economics in the discipline of Applied Economics by the University of Girona. Member of the INSETUR research group. Member of the GREPAT research group at the Formatic Barcelona University School. Member of the competitive consolidated research group SGR “TRIP” at University of Girona. Head of Quality and Head of the Department of Economic and Legal Sciences at the Formatic Barcelona University School. Associate Professor at Applied Economics Department of the Faculty of Economic and Business Sciences at the University of Girona. Associate Professor at the School of Social and Business Sciences (Pompeu Fabra University). Scientific interests: Economic crisis, Corporate Social Responsibility, Human Resource Management, Sustainable Tourism and E-learning.


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Knap-Stefaniuk, A. i Sorribes, J. 2021. Wartości w zarządzaniu współczesnym przedsiębiorstwem – perspektywa zarządzania międzykulturowego. Perspektywy Kultury. 34, 3 (lis. 2021), 141-156. DOI:https://doi.org/10.35765/pk.2021.3403.10.
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