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INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCES IN SLOVAK BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

Dana Benčiková, Denisa Malá, Jaroslav Ďaďo

The contemporary business world is so highly globalized that it would be wrong to assume that an enterprise which wants to succeed in international competition, may exist and fully function without any international trade or relations. Intercultural competences of the employees are thus becoming increasingly important. One may think that when dealing with the enterprise’s stakeholders, professional knowledge and technical skills are sufficient in order to maintain the corporate processes running smoothly. However, considering the fact that for different reasons, e.g. work migration, or work exchanges, the working environment is growing to be highly diverse and intercultural, the importance of being interculturally competent is clearly relevant at all hierarchy levels, and in relation to both external and internal stakeholders.
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THE MEDIATING ROLE OF PERSONORGANIZATION FIT IN THE SUPPORTIVE LEADERSHIP-OUTCOME RELATIONSHIPS

Alptekin Sökmen, M. Gökhan Bitmiş, M. Mithat Üner

Leadership has been studied in a variety of fields from management, psychology, education to military due to the its increasing importance in today’s business environments. The changing nature of today’s employment conditions and psychological contracts demands employees to increase consistently their skills and abilities. Therefore, organizations should pay attention to give opportunities and provide resources to employees in order to develop their employability in exchange for increased level of productivity and commitment.
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Innovative Capacity & Performance of Transition Economies: Comparative Study at the Level of Enterprises

Zsuzsanna K. Szabo, Michal Šoltés, Emilia Herman

The present tendencies are expanding worldwide due to three main directions: the globalization which implies increased international competitiveness, technological changes (introduction of ICT led to the need for qualified employee, therefore knowledge has become a necessity), organizational behaviour, ICT, knowledge, innovation are considered priorities. Developed countries and the OECD recognized that some common themes are emerging, the need “for policy coherence in dealing with development for leadership from developing countries and for partnerships with shared risk as well as a focus on key sectors for social and economic development. The related theme is innovation.
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