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Psychological aspects of innovative changes in organization and organizational development (Ukrainian-Polish Workshop (24-26 October 2010, Kyiv, Ukraine)


Programme, Book of Abstracts. Editors: Liudmila Karamushka, Barbara Koźusznik. Kyiv: Interlink, 2010. 128 p.

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CONTENTS

WELCOME

Karamushka, L.,  Kożusznik, B. ..................................................................................

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PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF INNOVATIVE CHANGES IN ORGANIZATION AND ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN UKRAINE…………………………..………………..

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Maksymenko, S., Karamushka, L., Fil, A.

Correlations between distinctive features of competitiveness of educational services and levels of development of educational organizations …..…………..

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Bleshmudt,P.

Self-assessment of team-work and individual work readiness by employees of banking structures…………………………………………………………….…

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Bondarchuk, O.

Cognitive characteristics of heads of educational organizations as a factor of encouragement of organizational development…………………..………….. …

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Fil, A.

The problem of competition in work of organizations of the civil service system..…………………………………………………………………………..

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Galagan, L.

Factors of entrepreneurs’ internal competitiveness as perceived by entrepreneurs and non-entrepreneurs …………………………………………… 

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Grubi, T.

Correlations between job stressors, job resources and well-being in Ukrainian

State Tax Service mployees…………………………………………………….

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Ivkin, V.

Analysis of managers’ personality characteristics needed to manage innovative changes in educational institutions ……………………………………………...  

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Karamushka, L.

Distinctive features of organizational development of educational organizations of traditional and innovative types………………………………………………

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Karamushka, L., Fil, A., Mazur, V., Doctorovich, M.

Educational organization personnel’s change management team-work

motivation ………………………………………………………………………. 

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Karamushka, L., Kredentser, 0.

Correlations between managers’ readiness to risk and distinctive features of organizational development of educational organizations ………………………

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Karamushka, T.

Correlations between types of high school students’ career orientations and their future professions ………………………………………………………………..

 

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Kolomiets, O.

Formation of energy supplying company managers’ reserve in conditions of organizational development ……………………………………………………..

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Kononets, M.

Trainingof entrepreneursin ethical management by organizational change……

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Kovalchuk, Oleksandr

Managers’ management style as a factor of educational organizations’ development ..…………………………………………………………………...   

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Kovalchuk, Olena

Developing a Psychodiagnostic Tool to Measure Social Responsibility of Personality ………………………………………………………………………

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MgrKozubay, N. 

Analysis of levels of professional stress in managers of construction organizations under economic crisis …………………………………………….

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Kredentser, O.

Investigation of entrepreneurs’ readiness to take business risks ………………..

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Kredentser, O., Abdullayeva, I.

Level of entrepreneurs’ knowledge about distinctive psychological characteristics of entrepreneurial activity in trade ………………………………

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Lagodzinska, V.

Distinctive features of businessmen’s constructive negotiation behavior ………

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Liplyanska, O.

The battery of instruments to investigate causes of turnover in organizations…..

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Osadcha, L.

Types of agrarian company heads’ management readiness in conditions

of market economy ………………………………………………………………

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Rimarenko, I.

Diagnostic tools for research of travel managers’ business communication in crisis ……………………………………………………………………………..

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Tereshchenko, K.

Ethnopsychological determinants of organizational development of educational organizations ……………………………………………………………………

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Vynoslavska, O.

Are the Ukrainian organizations ready to ethical organizational changes? ……..

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PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF INNOVATIVE CHANGES  IN ORGANIZATION AND ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN POLAND……………………………………..

 

 

 

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Diec, A., Stasiła – Sieradzka, M.

Key Competences Within the Perspective of Changes in the Polish Labor Market …………………………………………………………………………...

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Dobrowolska, M. 

Performance appraisal systems in traditional and non-traditional forms of employment ……………………………………………………………………..

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Grabowski, D.

Individualism, Collectivism and Work ethic …………………………………… 

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Janiec, K., Stanik D.

Values and life’s objectives determining the quality of life and feeling the independence of employees working in organizations on the high-competitive market ……………………………………………………………… …………..

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Kożusznik, B.

Psychological  factors of innovativeness ……………………………………….. 

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Kożusznik, M., Rodriguez, I.

Resilience as a predictor of burnout, work engagement, well being and flourishing. The mediating role of positive and negative appraisal of

stressors ………………………………………………………………………….

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Łapiński, Ł., Spis, S.

Perception of time by entrepreneurs …………………………………………….

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Polak, J.,  Chrupała-Pniak, M.

Religiosity and organizational commitment …………………………………….

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Pollak, A.

Traditional and modern concepts explaining the effectiveness of social influence tactics ……………………………………………………………………………

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Skołucka, A.

Cultural patterns of self-presentation ………………………………………........

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Smorczewska, B.

Career goals at the beginning of work based on university graduates replies …..

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Turska, E.,  Stasiła-Sieradzka, M., Diec A.

 A Career in the Context of Changes in the Contemporary Labor Market …. ….

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Więcek, K.

Influence tactics of managers vs phase of innovative process. The role of  the deinfluentisation. ………………………………………………………………..

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INTERACTIVE SESSION ………………………………………………………….

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Schmidt-Brasse, U.

World Café: Hands-on introduction to a fascinating and enjoyable technique to work with large groups ……………………………………………………… …

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WORKSHOP ORGANIZERS ……………………………………………………...

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