The Hierarchy of Managers’ Personal Values and Universal Management Attributes: Empirical Evidence From Austria, Poland, and Slovenia

Zlatko Nedelko , Maciej Brzozowski , Paweł Bartkowiak


The main purpose of this chapter is to examine and compare the importance of managers' personal values and universal management attributes in organizations from Slovenia, Austria, and Poland. In this study, the analysis of results focuses on (1) personal values of managers, where 57 variables were verified, which were measured on a nine-point Likert scale and (2) evaluation of selected, universal management attributes that determine managerial behavior in organizations, whose measurement was performed on eight-point semantic scales. In order to compare the significance of managers' personal values and universal management attributes between respondents' groups from Poland, Slovenia, and Austria, the method of one-way analysis of variance and t-test for independent groups were applied.
Author Zlatko Nedelko - University of Maribor, Slovenia
Zlatko Nedelko,,
, Maciej Brzozowski (WZ / KZS)
Maciej Brzozowski,,
- Department of Strategic Management
, Paweł Bartkowiak (WZ / KZS)
Paweł Bartkowiak,,
- Department of Strategic Management
Publication size in sheets0.7
Book Nedelko Zlatko, Brzozowski Maciej (eds.): Recent Advances in the Roles of Cultural and Personal Values in Organizational Behavior, Advances in Human Resources Management and Organizational Development (AHRMOD), 2020, IGI Global, ISBN 9781799810131, 420 p., DOI:10.4018/978-1-7998-1013-1
Keywords in Polishosobiste wartości menedżerów, przywództwo, kultura organizacji, zachowania organizacyjne
Keywords in Englishmanagers' personal values, leadership, organizational culture, organizational behavior
Languageen angielski
Score (nominal)5
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ScoreMinisterial score = 5.0, 24-04-2020, MonographChapterAuthor
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