Resource based view and resource dependence theory in decision making process of public organisation - research fi ndings
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University of Economics in Katowice Department of Public Management
Online publication date: 2012-12-28
Management 2012;16(2):16–29
Resource based view and resource dependence theory in decision making process of public organisation - research findings One of the premises which build relationships between stakeholder and a public organisation are stakeholder’s resources which public organisation would like to possess and use. The other one is configuration of resources possessed by the public organisation that should allow the unit in question to realize stakeholder’s expectations. Above observations lead scientific inquiries to the two management theories - resource-based view (RBV) and resource dependence theory (RDT). The first one is orientated at resources owned by the organisation, the second one is orientated at the resources obtained from environment. The objective of this article is identification which orientation, RBV or RDT, dominates in decision making process in public organisations.
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