Organizational culture of an industry and strategic choices of companies located in Poland

Michał Góralski

Abstract

The main goal of dissertation is to explore the essence of the organizational culture of an industry and its relations with strategic choices by confirmation or denial of the conclusions of the study of literature, and relating to: • the adoption of similar values by the common characteristics of organizational cultures of companies operating in particular industry, • the potential impact of these values on the acceptability of strategic options in companies operating in particular industry. In relations to the marginal nature of the previously conducted studies in this area, manifesting in presence of non-coherent themes of the organizational culture of an industry in the literature, attempt was made to reference these to the canon of culture in management studies. In addition, efforts have been made to explain the different perspectives and aspects of the concept of strategic choices in the literature in the field of strategic management. This sketch is not intended to systematize the concept of strategic choices, but an establish “theoretical outline”, necessary for the discussion of strategic choices in the context of culture. In the course of the research, a quantitative studies were undertaken which investigated 80 companies located in 16 provinces of Poland and belonging to one of the two industries, namely building industry (according to the PKD section F) and information and communication industry (according to PKD Section J, with the exception of sections 58, 59, 60)
Diploma typeDoctor of Philosophy
Author Michał Góralski (MISaF / IOaM / KSiMZ)
Michał Góralski,,
- Katedra Strategii i Metod Zarządzania
Title in EnglishOrganizational culture of an industry and strategic choices of companies located in Poland
Languagepl polski
Certifying UnitFaculty of Management, Information Systems and Finance (MISaF)
Disciplinenauki o zarządzaniu / nauki ekonomiczne(nauki ekonomiczne) / nauki społeczne()
Defense Date06-11-2015
End date07-12-2015
Supervisor Jerzy Niemczyk (MISaF / IOaM / KSiMZ)
Jerzy Niemczyk,,
- Katedra Strategii i Metod Zarządzania

Internal reviewers Maria Wanda Kopertyńska (MISaF / IOaM / KZPiP)
Maria Wanda Kopertyńska,,
- Katedra Zarządzania Produkcją i Pracą
External reviewers Piotr Wachowiak
Piotr Wachowiak,,
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Pages225
Keywords in Englishorganisational culture, strategic choices, strategy, industry
Abstract in EnglishThe main goal of dissertation is to explore the essence of the organizational culture of an industry and its relations with strategic choices by confirmation or denial of the conclusions of the study of literature, and relating to: • the adoption of similar values by the common characteristics of organizational cultures of companies operating in particular industry, • the potential impact of these values on the acceptability of strategic options in companies operating in particular industry. In relations to the marginal nature of the previously conducted studies in this area, manifesting in presence of non-coherent themes of the organizational culture of an industry in the literature, attempt was made to reference these to the canon of culture in management studies. In addition, efforts have been made to explain the different perspectives and aspects of the concept of strategic choices in the literature in the field of strategic management. This sketch is not intended to systematize the concept of strategic choices, but an establish “theoretical outline”, necessary for the discussion of strategic choices in the context of culture. In the course of the research, a quantitative studies were undertaken which investigated 80 companies located in 16 provinces of Poland and belonging to one of the two industries, namely building industry (according to the PKD section F) and information and communication industry (according to PKD Section J, with the exception of sections 58, 59, 60)
KBN classificationekonomia, organizacja i zarządzanie
Thesis file
Goralski_M_Kultura_Organizacyjna_Sektora_A_Wybory_Strategiczne.pdf 2,7 MB

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