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Kultura
2016, br. 152, str. 293-314
jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
objavljeno: 17/02/2017
doi: 10.5937/kultura1652293M
O preovlađujućem shvatanju kulture u teoriji organizacije
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Filozofski fakultet, Odeljenje za sociologiju

Projekat

Izazovi nove društvene integracije u Srbiji: koncepti i akteri (MPNTR - 179035)

Sažetak

U radu se nastoje prikazati elementi preovlađujućeg shvatanja kulture u teoriji organizacije. Navedeno poimanje se objašnjava samim odlikama teorije organizacije kao naučne discipline i profesije, konkretnije njenim izrazito primenjenim karakterom. Ekonomska globalizacija i internacionalizacija poslovnih aktivnosti predstavljali su ključni podsticaj razvoja discipline poslednjih decenija. Shvatanje organizacije kao otvorenog sistema uvelo je pojam kulture u teoriju i istraživanja, omogućavajući razvijanje i konkretnih postupaka i praksi za stvaranje efektivnijih i efikasnijih organizacija (prvenstveno ekonomskih). Navedeni vannaučni podsticaj za razvoj discipline upravo je i ključni razlog donekle pojednostavljenog i nedovoljno promišljenog shvatanja i istraživačkog operacionalizovanja pojma kulture u savremenoj teoriji organizacije.

Ključne reči

teorija organizacije; kultura; profesija; operacionalizacija

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