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Ekonomika preduzeća
2020, vol. 68, br. 3-4, str. 280-293
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
objavljeno: 20/05/2020
doi: 10.5937/EKOPRE2004280A
Komparativna analiza članaka o učećoj organizaciji u srpskim i austrijskim akademskim žurnalima
Univerzitet 'Union - Nikola Tesla', Fakultet za menadžment - FAM, Sremski Karlovci

Sažetak

Autor poredi dve male akademske zajednice u cilju testiranja vremenske razlike publikovanja naučnog otkrića između vodećih svetskih žurnala na engleskom jeziku i onih sa periferija. Izabrane su akademske zajednice Srbije i Austrije, slične i po veličini i po tome što osnovni akademski jezik u njima nije engleski. Ipak, ove zemlje se veoma razlikuju po ekonomskoj snazi. U cilju testiranja te vremenske razlike, autor će testirati vremenski razmak u otkrivanju jednog prolaznog hita u menadžmentu, tzv. management fad-a, u tim zemljama i uporediti sa otkrićem u vodećim svetskim žurnalima. Jedan od detektovanih hitova u menadžmentu u akademskim žurnalima na engleskom jeziku je učeća organizacija ili organizacija koja uči, s tipičnim vrhuncem publikovanja u 1995. godini. U ovom istraživanju, vrhunac je otkriven u austrijskim žurnalima u 1997. godini, a 15 godina kasnije i u srpskim. Autor tvrdi da je sadržajnija saradnja sa svetskom akademskom zajednicom conditio sine qua non napretka malih akademskih zajednica.

Ključne reči

učeća organizacija; prolazni hitovi u menadžmentu; Srbija; Austrija; naučni napredak

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