MEASUREMENT OF MANAGEMENT STYLE
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MEASUREMENT OF MANAGEMENT STYLE
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S042473880000616-6-1
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Article
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33-41
Abstract

An original interpretation of the “management style” concept is proposed in the article and an algorithm is presented for quantitative measurement of its values. The algorithm is focused on personalized dialogue with the manager, “tied” to the coordinates, “clean” characteristics of management style on the axes of which are – science, art, vocation, craft, – and consist in finding the point that balances these particular characteristics. Background information to determine the management style is obtained by filling the questionnaire, designed to determine the degree of individual manager’s commitment to a particular style within the specific stylistic characteristics.

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organizational management, management style, science, art, vocation, craft, balanced management
Date of publication
01.01.2013
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