Self-assessment of the Positive Potential of Organisation by managers of Polish companies - research results
AbstractThe article presents the research results obtained by the employees of the Faculty of Economic Sciences and Management research team at Nicolaus Copernicus University of Torun and the author of the article is its member. The research aims at defining the level of Positive Potential of Organisation (PPO) defined as a set up (condition, level, configuration) of organisations material and non-material resources stimulating Positive Culture and Positive Atmosphere of Organisation, where employees pro-developmental behaviours are shaped, in enterprises operating in Poland. In order to assess the level of PPO, there was a number of surveys conducted, in which representatives of the researched companies were asked to describe the level, at which each component of PPO applies to the organisational potential, by choosing one category in the scale ranging from “definitely does not apply" (0%) to “definitely does apply” (100%). The article contains a detailed characteristics of elementary components of PPO and the interpretation of their ratings, showing the gap between the condition of Polish companies and standard PPO.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Uniwersytet Mikolaja Kopernika in its journal Journal of Positive Management.
Volume (Year): 1 (2010)
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