Organizacijų vadyba: sisteminiai tyrimai / Management of Organizations: Systematic Research 2018, nr. 79

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    The assessment of determinants of credit services’ choices among students
    [Studentų kreditavimo paslaugų pasirinkimo veiksnių vertinimas]
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    Organizacijų vadyba : sisteminiai tyrimai = Management of organizations: systematic research. Kaunas: Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas, 2018, T. 79, p. 7-23
    The article analyses demographic factors which determine the students’ intention to borrow and to choose a particular credit service, i.e., what characteristics of credit services are the most important for students when making a choice of a particular credit service.
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    The impact of competitive markets on recruiting: lessons from collegiate athletics
    [Konkurencingos rinkos įtaka žaidėjams pritraukti: kolegialių atletų patirtis]
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    Caro, Cary A.
    Organizacijų vadyba: sisteminiai tyrimai, 2018, nr. 79, p. 25-35
    Conference realignment in NCAA college athletics impacted traditional rivalries and affiliations as it took shape from 2010 to 2013. As schools traded conferences, their college football programs were left to compete against new foes, and in new markets for high school athletes. The impact of brand recognition, prestige, and new conference affiliation on recruiting are examined herein. The findings of the market competitive externalities are important for every labour market in which business opt to compete.
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    Challenges for the distributed leadership development of education institutions in a hierarchical national culture
    [Švietimo įstaigų pasidalytosios lyderystės principų plėtros iššūkiai hierarchiškos kultūros kontekste]
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    Dambrauskienė, Dalia
    Organizacijų vadyba: sisteminiai tyrimai, 2018, nr. 79, p. 37-53
    The article analyses challenges for the distributed leadership development of education institutions in the context of hierarchical culture. According to theoretical research, it is possible to state that institutional environment in Lithuania provides possibilities for developing distributed leadership. Meanwhile, cultural environment is characterized by a high degree of hierarchy.
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    Theorising practice and developing practically relevant insights in organisational research
    [Praktikos teorijos organizaciniuose tyrimuose kaip praktiškai įsisavinamų žinių šaltinis]
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    Liubertė, Irina
    Organizacijų vadyba: sisteminiai tyrimai, 2018, nr. 79, p. 55-70
    In management research, theoretical abstractions, which are traditionally derived based on economic and individualist ontological assumptions, are limited in the ability to produce practically relevant insights and increase the divide between organisational practitioners and scientists. This paper argues that contemporary theory of practice, which jointly considers agency, structure and materiality, overcomes the confrontation and integrates scientific rigour with the richness of organisational practice. The author thereby introduces the origins of practice theory, analyses the definition of practice and explores the areas of management research where practice theory is currently adopted.
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    Development trends in motivation factors applied by business managers in corporation
    [Motyvacijos veiksniai organizacijoje bei jų vystymo galimybės]
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    Lušňáková, Zuzana
    Šajbidorová, Mária
    Juríčková, Zuzana
    Organizacijų vadyba: sisteminiai tyrimai, 2018, nr. 79, p. 71-84
    The aim of the paper is to determine the development trends in motivation factors. In the first part, the authors analyse apparent differences in the use of motivation factors by business managers. Then, the authors try to determine the role and influence of independent variables, namely leadership style, corporate culture and corporate communication on employee motivation.
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