Managers’ Loyalty As an Organisational Resource in the Strategic Context
The paper’s aim is to analyse managers’ loyalty as an organizational resource in the strategic context. The studies constitute the basis for developing the conceptual framework and model of creating managers’ loyalty in enterprises. The main part of the paper concerns the results of the research on attributes of managers’ loyalty constituting main features of an internal and external dimension of the future model of creating managers’ loyalty in enterprises. The results of measuring managers’ loyalty from its attributes perspective were presented in accordance with the criterion of respondents’ characteristics, the criterion of enterprise’s size, and the criterion of a sector. Finally, the implications for further research in this area were proposed.
|This chapter was published in: Katarzyna Piorkowska , , pages 1053-1066, 2012.|
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