Identification of Management Styles with the Use of ICT Support Instruments

Radoslaw Milewski
European Research Studies Journal, Volume XXIV, Issue 1, 262-287, 2021
DOI: 10.35808/ersj/1961


Purpose: The article is an attempt to assess the possibilities of selected ICT support tools, in the process of examining the competences and predispositions of the management (command) staff in relation to management styles. Design/Approach: The research was carried out with qualitative methods using STRD thermoregulatory scanning, static eye-tracking and data recording on passive RFID and NFC transponders. The research process concerned a pilot group of students of the Military Academy who were tested in isolated conditions and subjected to the influence of stressors. Findings: The results of the research show that combining the research methodology and enriching it by other analytical devices from the IT group, make it increasingly possible to identify the attitudes of future commanders and managers. The ICT tools used in the research have been enriched during their implementation with new elements. Practical implications: Organizations that want to focus their efforts on priorities such as role modeling, quick decision-making, vision definition or shaping leaders should increasingly use innovative methods of assessing the competences and predispositions of managerial (command) staff not only in the area of decision making. In connection with the above, it is reasonable to strive to develop a holistic model of personality on the basis of which it will be possible to interpret changes in neuroplasticity, and the method of such an examination is the Thermoregulatory Scanning Diagnostics - STRD. Originality/value: Building efficient and at the same time complex ICT support tools for the assessment of managerial and command profiles is becoming one of the elements of the virtual world in the era of increasing intensity of matter, energy and information flows. Augmented reality is increasingly used in many areas of science, economy and medicine, combining the real world and virtual reality with the use of an interactive image in real time.

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