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2013 | 22 (2) Zarządzanie strategiczne : Quo vadis? | 343-381
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Architektura organizacyjna z perspektywy partnerstwa publiczno-społecznego

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Organizational Architecture - Public-Social Partnership Perspective
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Poszukując efektywnych metod dostarczania owych usług zarządzający tworzą nieznane dotychczas w sektorze nonprofit rozwiązania organizacyjne. Nową formą świadczenia usług społecznych są między innymi partnerstwa publiczno-społeczne czyli działania podejmowane we współpracy między organizacjami sektora publicznego i społecznego. Celem przedstawianego opracowania jest scharakteryzowanie architektury współpracy jako konstruktu pojęciowego przydatnego do opisywania funkcjonowania podejmowanej w ramach partnerstwa publiczno-społecznego współpracy wielopodmiotowej. Stawiamy tezę, że jeśli potraktujemy partnerstwo publicznospołeczne jako meta-organizację - bowiem wchodzące w jego skład organizacje same w sobie są autonomiczne prawnie i nie powiązane stosunkiem pracy, ale działają w ramach jednego projektu organizacyjnego - uprawnionym jest traktowanie powstałej struktury jako jednostkowej organizacji. Konstrukt ten jest rozwinięciem, dotychczas funkcjonującego w odniesieniu do jednostkowej organizacji, pojęcia architektury organizacyjnej. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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In the search for effective ways of delivering social services, managers create organizational solutions hitherto unknown in the nonprofit sector. One of the new forms of providing social services are public-social partnerships, understood as activities undertaken in a collaboration between organizations operating both in public and social sector. This paper attempts to characterize the architecture of cooperation as a conceptual construct enabling to describe multi-stakeholder cooperation undertaken in the framework of public-social partnership. We advance the thesis that if we treat public-social partnership as a meta-organization, since organizations it consists of are legally autonomous and not tied up in employment relationship but operate in a single organizational project, it will be entitled to look into ensuing structure as a unitary organization. This construct is a development of the concept of organizational architecture, so far used in regard to individual organizations. (original abstract)
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  • Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Katowicach
  • Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Katowicach
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