Publication detail

Tolerance of ambiguity among Czech top managers and leaders. Are the Czech managers ready to lead the diverse team?

RAŠTICOVÁ, M.

Original Title

Tolerance of ambiguity among Czech top managers and leaders. Are the Czech managers ready to lead the diverse team?

English Title

Tolerance of ambiguity among Czech top managers and leaders. Are the Czech managers ready to lead the diverse team?

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

Inspired by the theory of Florida (2004) regarding the tolerance of ambiguity among top managers and leaders of international companies operating in the Czech Republic. We used a questionare, association test and interview to explore tolerance of ambiguity and the gender, age , education, and work experience of managers and leaders into account.

English abstract

Inspired by the theory of Florida (2004) regarding the tolerance of ambiguity among top managers and leaders of international companies operating in the Czech Republic. We used a questionare, association test and interview to explore tolerance of ambiguity and the gender, age , education, and work experience of managers and leaders into account.

Keywords

high technology, tolerance, talent

Released

06.04.2011

Publisher

The British Sociological Association

Location

Londýn, Anglie

BibTex


@misc{BUT89051,
  author="Martina {Rašticová}",
  title="Tolerance of ambiguity among Czech top managers and leaders. Are the Czech managers ready to lead the diverse team?",
  annote="Inspired by the theory of Florida (2004) regarding the tolerance of ambiguity among top managers and leaders of international companies operating in the Czech Republic. We used a questionare, association test and interview to explore tolerance  of ambiguity and the gender, age , education, and work experience of managers and leaders into account.",
  address="The British Sociological Association",
  chapter="89051",
  institution="The British Sociological Association",
  year="2011",
  month="april",
  publisher="The British Sociological Association",
  type="abstract"
}