»Beyond Addiction: Hierarchy and Other Ways of Getting Strategy Done«

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Seminarska naloga pri predmetu

Analiza in vrednotenje članka »Beyond addiction: Hierarchy and other ways of getting strategy done«

Kazalo UVOD 1 1. KRATEK POVZETEK ČLANKA 2 2. ANALIZA ČLANKA 3 2.1. Predstavitev teme in glavnega raziskovalnega vprašanja 3 2.2. Namen in cilji članka 3 2.3. Opis znanstvenega in strokovnega področja 4 2.4. Opredelitev glavnih pojmov 5 2.5. Opis predvidene povezave med pojmi 5 2.6. Analiza metode/načina podajanja 6 2.7. Analiza rezultatov 6 2.8. Glavni prispevki članka 6 3. VREDNOTENJE 7 3.1. Praktična uporabnost 8 3.2. Novosti ki jih članek prinaša 8 Sklep 9 Literatura in viri 10

Kazalo tabel Tabela 1.: Razmerje med hierarhijo in odgovornostjo……………………………………………………………...4
Tabela2.: Prehod od vertikalne organizacije k horizontalni integraciji……………………………………….6

Seminarska naloga temelji na analizi in vrednotenju članka » Beyond addiction: Hierarchy and other ways of getting strategy done«, katerega avtorji so Miguel Pina e Cunha, Armenio Rego in Stewart Clegg, ki je bil objavljen v European Management Journalu leta 2011. Temo članka lahko umestimo in povežemo z vsebino pri predavanjih predmeta Management in organizacija in sicer pod temo Vpliv ciljev in strategije na organizacijo.
Namen seminarske naloge je globje predstaviti temo s predavanj na podlagi članka.
Cilj seminarske naloge je podrobnejša analiza in vrednotenje članka ter povezava s sorodnimi članki na to temo.
Seminarska naloga je razdeljena na tri dele. V prvem delu bom na kratko povzel ključne dele članka. V drugem delu sledi analiza članka, katero bom razčlenil na nekaj podpoglavji, kot je glavno raziskovalno vprašanje, namen in cilji, raziskovalna hipoteza, poskušal ugotoviti doprinos itd. Ter v tretjem delu sledi vrednotenje članka in poglobitev, kjer bom poskušal biti čim bolj kritičen,…...

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