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Journal of Engineering Management and Competitiveness (JEMC)
2018, vol. 8, br. 2, str. 121-128
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
objavljeno: 10/01/2019
doi: 10.5937/jemc1802121K
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Određivanje osobina ličnosti i karaktera lidera, njihova selekcija i efikasnost u tekstilnoj industriji
aCalifornia State University, Fullerton, Los Angeles, California, USA
bCollege Dositej, Belgrade
cUniverzitet u Novom Sadu, Tehnički fakultet 'Mihajlo Pupin', Zrenjanin

e-adresa: jesakreiner@sbcglobal.net

Sažetak

Sa aspekta specifičnosti ličnosti u menadžmentu ukazano je da će organizacije bolje funkcionisati ukoliko osobe na liderskim pozicijama imaju određene osobine ličnosti. Praktičan, ali suštinski zadatak lidera je stvaranje novih pristupa i pronalaženje novih oblasti za istraživanje . Hipoteza koja je u osnovi ovog rada , prikazuje da osobine ličnosti imaju veliki uticaj na povećanje efikasnosti lidera u tekstilnoj industriji u Srbiji. U radu su dati rezultati za starosnu strukturu, profesionalnu strukturu, socijalno poreklo lidera, poziciju u društvu, uspeh rada menadžera, važnost nekih uloga menadžera. Znanje i veštine se stiču i razvijaju kroz teoriju i praktično iskustvo, dok su neke specifične veštine početna karakteristika koju pojedinac ima ili nema. Ova profesija zahteva od osobe da poseduje određene osobine ličnosti kako bi bila uspešna i kako bi se uspešno obavili zadaci.

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