Rok wydania: 2021
Numer czasopisma: 12
Słowa kluczowe: rozwój relacji międzyorganizacyjnych, model cyklu życia relacji, organizacje projektowe, badania jakościowe
Strony: 3-4
Język publikacji: Polski
Rozwój relacji współpracy pomiędzy organizacjami projektowymi – wyniki badań empirycznych
Janusz Marek Lichtarski
Abstrakt

Celem artykułu jest identyfikacja specyfiki i wzorców rozwoju relacji współpracy pomiędzy organizacjami projektowymi. Badanie wykorzystuje metodę wielokrotnego studium przypadku, poprzedzonego systematycznym przeglądem literatury na temat rozwoju relacji międzyorganizacyjnych. Wyniki badań pokazują specyfikę relacji międzyorganizacyjnych w realizacji projektów. Opisując zachowania aktorów i wzorce rozwoju relacji, wyniki badań wyjaśniają mechanizmy rozwoju relacji i dają podstawy do przewidywania ewolucji współpracy pomiędzy organizacjami projektowymi. Badanie wnosi wkład do literatury z zakresu rozwoju relacji międzyorganizacyjnych, polegający na dokonaniu przeglądu istniejących modeli cyklu życia relacji międzyorganizacyjnych z perspektywy projektowej i ujawniając nową perspektywę badawczą skoncentrowaną na tej grupie podmiotów.

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