Are regional airports economic effectiveness-oriented? Evidence from Poland
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Ph.D., Department of Organization and Management Theory, Poznań University of Economics and Business, Poland
Professor Department of Organization and Management Theory, Poznań University of Economics and Business, Poland
Online publication date: 2022-07-14
Management 2022;26(1):63-78
Striving for a satisfactory level of effectiveness, managers must take actions aimed at achieving the set objectives and at reacting flexibly to changes that take place in the environment. They can do it by referring to the concept of dynamic capabilities that draw attention to a specific category of competences. Assuming that dynamic capabilities can be developed in any type of organisation, the article attempts to answer the question about the reasons for the differences in economic effectiveness of 13 Polish regional airports and 458 private enterprises. The results suggest that the category of economic effectiveness is important not only for private enterprises but also for regional airports. The findings reveal that the development of dynamic capabilities is conditioned not only by the period of the enterprise’s existence but also by the context of its operation, primarily the industry context.
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