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dc.contributor.authorVveinhardt, Jolita-
dc.contributor.authorPetrauskaitė, Loreta-
dc.description.abstractŠiame straipsnyje apibrėžiamos nesveikų, išsigimusių organizacijos kultūrų charakteristikos, įvertinant daromą žalą darbuotojams bei pačiai organizacijai. Nagrinėjami nepotizmo padariniai organizacijose, kurie lyginami su nesveikų kultūrų charakteristikomis. Tyrimo objektas: išsigimusios organizacijos kultūros ir nepotizmo sąsajos. Tyrimo tikslas: išanalizavus išsigimusių kultūrų charakteristikas ir nepotizmo padarinius, nustatyti reiškinio daromą įtaką organizacijos kultūros pokyčiams. Tyrimo tikslui pasiekti iškelti šie uždaviniai: (1) išanalizuoti išsigimusių kultūrų charakteristikas; (2) apžvelgti nepotizmo įtakos padarinius organizacijose; (3) nustatyti nepotizmo ir išsigimusių organizacijų kultūrų tarpusavio sąsajas. Lietuvos ir užsienio mokslininkų darbų analizė parodė, kad analizuojami reiškiniai yra susiję, daro žalą, nepotizmas skatina išsigimti organizacijos kultūrą. Siūloma nepotizmą įvardyti, kaip nesveikos organizacijos kultūros veiksnį, pateikia šias sąsajas atskleidžiantį modelįlt
dc.description.abstractOf Lithuanian and foreign scientists articles analysis, determined unhealthy, degenerate organizational culture is measured in two ways: Some authors argue that unhealthy culture can make to sick organization's "healthy" members,and to destroy of its operations, image and reputation. Others observe that at low sickness of organizational culture can be seen the benefits, as it helps to reveal the weaknesses that need more attention. Paranoid, schizophrenia, and depression are the main referred organization's diseases. Analysis of nepotism's damage in the organization, is found that nepotism seen as harmful entire phenomenon to whole organization, affecting workers and their trust in the organization, work performance. Also, organization lose public confidence, the reputation of organization is deteriorated down. Nepotism is often equated with discrimination, but here is discriminated according to criteria such as the family, the tribe, or other interest-based group, for this reason, organization has a wide spiritual loss. When the relationship is defined between nepotism and degenerate cultures, it can be assumed that nepotism is one of the main reasons for the organization of cultural degeneration. Nepotism can be described as "evil's seed" from which grown up like phenomena such as distrust, suspicion, dissatisfaction with work, indifference and fear, which are identified as the main function of the unhealthy organization's features. The object: interface between degenerate culture of the organization and nepotism. The aim: analysis of consequences of degenerate cultural characteristics and nepotism, to determine what impact has to changes of organizational culture. Research tasks to reach the aim of research: (1) to analyze the characteristics of degenerate cultures; (2) to look over the effects of nepotism in organizations; (3) to determine the interfaces between nepotism and degenerate cultures.[...]en
dc.description.sponsorshipEkonomikos ir vadybos fakultetas-
dc.description.sponsorshipVadybos katedra-
dc.description.sponsorshipVytauto Didžiojo universitetas-
dc.format.extentp. 150-160-
dc.relation.ispartofVadybos mokslas ir studijos - kaimo verslų ir jų infrastruktūros plėtrai : mokslo darbai = Management theory and studies for rural business and infrastructure development. Kauno raj. : Akademija, 2013, T. 35, nr. 1-
dc.relation.isreferencedbyBusiness Source Complete (EBSCO)-
dc.rightsSutarties data 2013-05-29, nr. B000020, laisvai prieinamas internetelt_LT
dc.subjectNesveikos kultūroslt
dc.subjectIšsigimusios kultūroslt
dc.subjectDegenerate cultureen
dc.subject.classificationStraipsnis kitose duomenų bazėse / Article in other databases (S4)-
dc.subject.otherVadyba / Management (S003)-
dc.titleIšsigimusių organizacijos kultūrų ir nepotizmo organizacijose įžvalgoslt
dc.title.alternativeInsights of degenerate organizational cultures and nepotism in the organizationsen
dc.typeresearch article-
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