Functioning in the Workplace
The main aim of the publication entitled “Functioning in the workplace. Quantitative and qualitative psychological research” is to present Polish achievements in the research on the functioning of individuals at the workplace to a wider, international audience. The book collects both theoretical and empirical works revolving around the psychology of management and work organization. The possibility to popularize the results of Polish psychological studies all over the world is the more valuable as the papers constitutes a representative sample of research done at the most thriving universities in Poland: Warsaw University, Wrocław University, Wrocław University of Economics, Gdańsk Medical University, Jan Długosz University in Częstochowa, Kraków University of Science and Technology and Masaryk University in the Czech Republic.
From the Introduction by Dr Barbara Mróz
It is an important publication because at present the market lacks valuable titles discussing the application of qualitative and quantitative methods to examine how people function in the working environment. Without controversy there is no scientific development. The papers included in this volume can be a valuable starting point for many management psychologists and serve further reflection and studies on the possibilities and limitations of qualitative and quantitative methods. The application of these methods makes it possible to gather interesting psychological data about professionally active individuals.
From a review by Prof Stanisław A. Witkowski