środa, 5 lipca 2017

2017 - Zeszyt 101

1. BENDKOWSKI JACEK – Theory of expansive learning. A new approach to organizational learning from network perspective …………………………………
11
2. BENDKOWSKI JÓZEF – Selected issues in the design of logistic processes and operations …………………………………………………………………………
23
3. BIJAŃSKA J. – From crisis to success. Considerations for hard coal mining enterprise development in crisis situation ……………………………………………..
41
4. BIJAŃSKA J. – Role of strategic analysis in the study of the development possibility of hard coal mining enterprise in the crisis situation ……………………...
55
5. BRZÓSKA J. – Charge of the business model of a transportation company versus value dynamics ………………………………………………………………………..
69
6. CZAPLICKA-KOLARZ K., KOROL J., KRUCZEK M. – Significance of life cycle management in the circular economy on the example of polymer ……………...
85
7. DOHN K., ŁYP K. – Influence of organizational culture on the attitude of socio-professional medical personnel ………………………………………………
97
8. DŹWIGOŁ H. – Model of strategic identification of enterprise’s organisational system …………………………………………………………………………………
111
9. DŹWIGOŁ-BAROSZ M. – Eliminating of gaps in the process of family business succession ……………………………………………………………………………..
125
10. GASCHI-UCIECHA A. – Study scope risk management implementation process logistics in small and medium-sized enterprises – results part II ……………………..
141
11. GĘBCZYŃSKA M. – Construct and dimentions of entrepreneurial orientation – a theoretical analysis ………………………………………………………………….
153
12. GRABOWSKA J. – Evaluation factors that shape logistic information system in the coal distribution channels ……………………………………………………...
165
13. GUMIŃSKI A. – The curve of work productivity absorption in a colliery ………….
177
14. JANKE P. – Process mining in the analysis of public administration electronic services ………………………………………………………………………………...
195
15. JONEK-KOWALSKA I. – Estimation and evaluation of risk in mining enterprises – international perspective ………………………………………………...
207
16. KARBOWNIK A. – Project management system in a production enterprise – an implementation example …………………………………………………………...
223
17. KRAMARZ M. – Problem of proximity in coordination of material flow in distribution network ………………………………………………………………...
231
18. KRAMARZ W. – Subcontracting strategy in design of resilience of supply chain …. 245
19. KWIOTKOWSKA A. – The dimensions of entrepreneurial orientation –the results of empirical research ……………………………………………………... 257
20. LIEBERT F. – Project management in IT enterprises – literature review …………... 271
21. LUBERA R. – Concept of procurement logistics system in the case of uniformsand equipment for military economic unit ……………………………………………. 285
22. ŁUKASZCZYK Z. – Shared services center as a way to reduce costsand standardization processes of company based on KHW S.A. …………………….. 299
23. MARKOWSKA K. – Provision of rail freight transport services – selected aspects .. 315
24. MATUSEK M. – Supply chain of product-service solutions – case study ………….. 325
25. MUSIOŁ-URBAŃCZYK A., SORYCHTA-WOJSCZYK B. – Integratedcomputer systems supporting the management of the cities with county rightsin Poland ……………………………………………………………………………… 339
26. ODLANICKA-POCZOBUTT M., BRODNICKA E. – Simulation of shorteningof picking process with the use of course card of action on the example of selectedDIY market …………………………………………………………………………… 353
27. ODLANICKA-POCZOBUTT M. – Standarization of court secretariats’ operationsas an element of lean concept in internal logistics of common courts ……………….. 367
28. PAŁUCHA K. – Individuation of the product in the supply chain ………………….. 379
29. PODGÓRSKA M. – Dependency the project success on the project complexity …... 391
30. PRZYBYLSKA E. – Potential sources of innovation in the TSL industry ………….. 401
31. SIENKIEWICZ-MAŁYJUREK K. – Network governance in public safetymanagement …………………………………………………………………………... 411
32. SZMAL A., ZIEMSKI P. – Intellectual property as a component of intelligentspecialization development in the field of medicine …………………………………. 425
33. TCHÓRZEWSKI S. – The applicability of the critical path method (CPM)in the planning of mining works and assembly and disassembly of longwalls ………. 439
34. TOCZYŃSKA J. – Analysis of the implementation projects direct support micro,small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) under the regional operational programmeof Silesian voivodeship for years 2007-2013 ………………………………………… 453
35. TRZECIAK M. – The human factor as a kay risk factor for the projectin the IT industry ……………………………………………………………………… 473
36. TUREK M. – Conditions of consolidation processes in polish mining enterprises …. 487
37. WENGIEREK M. – Handling of hazardous waste ways in Silesia region. Part II –legal framework and organization of some types of waste …………………………… 505
38. WIELICKA-GAŃCZARCZYK K. – Preparing to restructuring of public hospitalsin the Silesian voivodeship …………………………………………………………… 519
39. WIĘCEK D. – The influence of costs drivers on estimating production costsof machine elements ………………………………………………………………….. 533
40. WODARSKI K., BIJAŃSKA J. – Scenarios of environmental changes,as an element of research the possibility of mining enterprises development ………... 545
41. ZACZYK M. – Supply chain resilience to negative external factors measurementmethods ……………………………………………………………………………….. 557
42. ZAMASZ K. – Discount rates for the evaluation of energy projects – rulesand problems ………………………………………………………………………….. 571
43. ZOLEŃSKI W. – Modeling cause-resulting in the description of the problemsituation ……………………………………………………………………………….. 585

czwartek, 13 kwietnia 2017

2017 - Zeszyt 100

INTRODUCTION …………………………………………………………………….....
11
1. BALCERZYK R. – Professional aspirations and opportunities of professional development officers …………………………………………………………………..
13
2. BRODNY J., PALKA D. – Assessment of the occupational health and safety training organization through example of mining plant ………………………………
29
3. BRODNY J., TUTAK M. – Numerical simulation as an instrument of supporting assessments methane hazard in coal mine …………………………………………….
45
4. BRZYCHCZY E., NAPIERAJ A., SUKIENNIK M. – Evolutionary optimisation of coal production in underground mines ……………………………………………..
61
5. BURCHART-KOROL D. – Application of environmental assessment methods based on life cycle analysis for the automotive industry ………………………...........
77
6. DRZEWIECKA-DAHLKE M. – Use of quality instruments for analysis of nonconformity in Polish enterprises ………………………………………………..
87
7. DUBAS-JAKÓBCZYK K. – University hospitals’ financial situation assessment based on financial statements for the year 2014 ………………………………………
99
8. FLISIUK B., GOŁĄBEK A. – HR management in R&D projects co-financed by EU, state budget and companies’ own resources ………………………………….
109
9. FLISIUK B., GOŁĄBEK A. – Practical financial assessment of intellectual property and know-how for the purposes of knowledge commercialization in science institutions ………………………………………………………………….
121
10. FUGIEL A., ŚLIWIŃSKA A., BURCHART-KOROL D. – Possibilities of using tools supporting the life cycle assessment of multi-functional systems ………………
133
11. GRABOWSKA S. – Balanced Scorecard as instrument performance measurement of competitiveness and efficiency of business processes ……………………………..
145
12. JAROSZEWICZ J., BARAN M., GRODZKA M., HUMIENNA D. – Reduction of changeover time in a CNC milling machine using EROWA zeroing system based on the example of SaMASZ company, Białystok ……………………………………..
155
13. KAWALLA C., HOECK M. – Quality assurance system for hot rolled TRC magnesium strips ……………………………………………………………………...
171
14. KĘCKI P. – Comparing the elements of refining companies’ business models ……..
181
15. KRANNICH M., OLKO S. – Prerequisites for development of smart logistics networks in European aerospace clusters ……………………………………………..
195
16. KRAUSE M. – Occupational risk assessment in terms of place and conditions of work performance …………………………………………………………………..
209
17. KRAWCZYK D. – The analysis of public debate concerning on allowing publishing press by local authorities ………………………………………………………………
225
18. KULIKOWSKI K. – Pay for performance in the eyes of employees ………………..
243
19. LEOŃSKI W. – Corporate social responisibility in the field of disability (CSR+D) ..
253
20. LESZCZYŃSKA A. – Integration of sustainable supply chain ……………………...
263
21. LOTKO A. – The use of passenger cars surface to present manufacturer’s logo among popular and premium brands ………………………………………………….
275
22. MICHALAK A., ZAGÓROWSKI J. – The conditions of knowledge transfer in a company …………………………………………………………………………..
291
23. MISZTAL A. – The role of euroregions in the development of clusters …………….
303
24. MONTWIŁŁ A. – Seaport as a multifunctional economic space. From the note of transport to the sea-land logistics platform ………………………………………...
317
25. MUSIAŁ-KIDAWA A. – From matriarchy to patriarchy ……………………………
327
26. MUSIAŁ-KIDAWA A. – Revisionist and humanist. Leszek Kołakowski …………..
339
27. NOWAKOWSKI M., NOWAKOWSKA B. – Diffusion of innovations and determinants of its success ………………………………………………………..
353
28. OLKIEWICZ M., BOBER B.  Energy management system determinant of environmental protection …………………………………………………………...
365
29. PAWŁOWSKA E., PERZANOWSKA K. – Respect of the patient’s rights in independent public health care facilities – case study ……………………………...
383
30. PIOTROWSKA-PIĄTEK A., POMIETLORZ-LOSKA M. – Level and dynamics of employment and wages in TSL market in Poland in 2004-2014 ………………….
397
31. RAHIM A.G., OLUWAFEMI A., AFOLABI A.A. – Homogeneity and heterogeneity of the workforce: leveraging on diversity management to build inclusive workplace …………………………………………………………………...
409
32. SPUSTEK H., PALUCH A. – Structure of the national security system of The Republic of Poland …………………………………………………………….
427
33. SYTY J., BRODNY J., TUTAK M. – Associated ventilation hazards in underground mining of hard coal …………………………………………………..
441
34. SZCZEPAŃSKA K., KOSIOREK D. – Factors influencing organizational culture .
457
35. SZCZUCKA-LASOTA B., WOLNIAK R. – The high quality of hybrid sprayed coatings for power plant application …………………………………………………..
469
36. SZLĘZAK P. – Coopetition in order acquisition and production efficiency improvement of plastic parts in automotive industry …………………………………
481
37. SZLĘZAK P. – Coopetition as a result of the risk assessment in project management .
491
38. SZLĘZAK P. – Change management in the scope of coopetition implementation ….
501
39. TROJANOWSKI T. – Designing sustainable products ……………………………..
513
40. TUTAK M., BRODNY J. – Risk assessment of coal dust explosion in the region of mining longwall …………………………………………………………………….
523
41. WĘGRZYN H., BOŁTUĆ P. – Brand valuation by using income method for example service companies – case study ………………………………………….
539
42. WOLNIAK R. – The history of the QFD method ……………………………………
553
43. WOLNIAK R. – The role of differences between sex in the environmental work …..
565
44. ZIEMSKI J. – Characteristics of periodic evaluation of university teachers on the example of the Silesian University of Technology ………………………….....
575
45. ŻABIŃSKA I., BLUKACZ D. – Non-financial incentives system for local government employees ………………………………………………………………..
589

czwartek, 23 marca 2017

2016 - Zeszyt 99

1. BANAŚ J., LUTEK W., PRZYSTUPA A. – Selective municipal waste collection in Poland ………………………………………………………………………………
11
2. BIELECKI M. – Logistical efficient of product as source of a value added – preliminary research …………………………………………………………………..
25
3. BOJAR E., WITT B. – The triple bottom line in the business model canvas proposed by A. Osterwalder and Y. Pigneur in the perspective of stakeholders ……...
37
4. CAPUTA W. – Customer relations in channels of distribution values a company value …………………………………………………………………………………..
55
5. DOBRZAŃSKA M. – Solving of logistics tasks using enterprise dynamics tool …...
67
6. DOBRZAŃSKI P. – The use of robots in logistics processes ……………………….
77
7. DŹWIGOŁ H. – Modelling of restructuring process ………………………………...
89
8. DŹWIGOŁ-BAROSZ M. – Business leader succession program …………………..
107
9. FECHNER I. – Logistic education in Poland – assessment of the status quo and directions of changes ……………………………………………………………...
119
10. JANUSZEWSKI A., SAMEK K. – Application of activity-based costing in profitability analysis of customers in a cardboard packeges producer ……………..
133
11. JAROSZ-LEWANDOWSKA D. – The nature of the cooperation of small and medium-sized service providers with their customers in supply chains ………….
145
12. JONEK-KOWALSKA I., TUREK M. – Efficiency of hard coal extraction from the perspective of product life cycle …………………………………………….
157
13. KAUF S. – The role of innovation in shaping the flow of freight ……………………
169
14. KAŹMIERCZAK J. – Engineer of twenty-first century in not only technical dimension ……………………………………………………………………………...
181
15. KIEŁTYKA L. – Application of new communication technologies in management structures of the enterprises of the future ……………………………………………...
195
16. KNOP L., BRZÓSKA J. – Role of innovation in creating value through business models ………………………………………………………………………………....
213
17. KRAMARZ M., PALKA K. – Disruptions in supply chain of blood ……………….
233
18. KRZYŻANIAK S. – An attempt towards generalising a formula for calculating safety stock for classical methods of stock replenishment ……………………………
245
19. LUTEK W. – Waste management minicipal in the light of a new act of Lublin – case study ……………………………………………………………………………...
261
20. MAGDA R. – Selected aspects of management and production engineering in the mining company ………………………………………………………………..
275
21. MATUSEK M. – Dimensions of (logistics) services complexity …………………...
287
22. MATUSZEK J. – Modeling and simulation of logistic processes in enterprise ……..
297
23. MIESZAJKINA E. – Determinants of creating business models in small enterprises ..
319
24. NOWOSIELSKI S. – Projects as a tool of enterprise logistics processes improvement …………………………………………………………………………..
331
25. PAŁUCHA K. – Organization of the process of the supply shopping ……………….
349
26. PETRYCZKA I., BUDZIK A. – Development of intermodal rail freight transport market in Poland ………………………………………………………………………
363
27. PODGÓRSKA M. – The project success from the perspective of the strategic importance of projects for organization ……………………………………………….
377
28. PRAŁAT E., JĄDER K. – Modern technologies in warehouses ……………………
387
29. PRZYBYLSKA E., ŻEBRUCKI Z., KRUCZEK M.  Typology of innovation in the TSL industry …………………………………………………………………...
399
30. SANIUK S., SANIUK A. – Aspects of small and medium companies cooperation in production networks ……………………………………………………………….
411
31. SIENKIEWICZ-MAŁYJUREK K. – Boundary spanning in public safety management …………………………………………………………………………...
423
32. SIKORA M., BOJAR W., DZIEŻA G., RADECKA K., MIKOŁAJCZYK A. – Evolutioning approach in improving warehouse processes in the production of Philips Lighting Poland Pila ………………………………………………………..
439
33. SITKO W., MIESZAJKINA E. – Logistics management in small enterprises ……..
451
34. SITKO-LUTEK A., SKURZYŃSKA-SIKORA U. – Business models of new paradigm organizations ……………………………………………………………….
463
35. SŁONIEC J., KACZOROWSKA A., MOTYKA S. – Risk assessment of IT outsourcing in enterprises depending on their branch ………………………………...
473
36. STAJNIAK M. – Directions of development technology logistics in Poland ……….
487
37. SZOŁTYSEK J. – Consequences of simultaneous placing the logistics in technical and economic sciences ………………………………………………………………...
499
38. SZYMONIK A. – Selected conditions of functioning of logistics systems safety …..
511
39. ŚMIESZEK M. – The application of automated guided vehicles in logistics ……….
533
40. TWARÓG S. – Forces that develop logistics ………………………………………...
545
41. WIĘCEK DARIUSZ – Multi-criterion assessment of production logistics processes automation …………………………………………………………………………….
557
42. WIĘCEK DOROTA – The influence of the supply process on estimating production costs of machine elements ………………………………………………...
571
43. WIŚNIEWSKI Z., KOLASIŃSKI S. – Reconfiguration of manufacturing process using value stream mapping – a case study …………………………………………...
585
44. WOLNIAK R., SKOTNICKA-ZASADZIEŃ B. – Development of e-government in the Silesian province from the perspective of disabled persons ……………………
599
45. WYSKWARSKI M. – ERP systems in Cloud Computing Model …………………..
613
46. ZACZYK M. – Strategies of building and enhancing supply chain resilience – a theoretical review ……………………………………………………………………
629
47. ZOWADA K. – Environmental management in transport. A case study of a small carrier ………………………………………………………………………………….
643
48. MICHALAK A. – Parameterization of interorganizational risk in an enterprise from a traditional industry …………………………………………………………………..
659

poniedziałek, 6 marca 2017

2016 - Zeszyt 97



Part 3. Empirical research, case studies................................................................................. 13
Beata BAJCAR – Subjective and organizational determinants of strategic competencies
the innate abilities or acquired skills? An empirical study............................................................... 15
Kinga BEDNARZEWSKA – Lublin IT Uplandas a project building it sector competitiveness........................................................................................................................... 37
Dagmara BUBEL – Management of the process of changes regarding to improving theactivity of enterprises using the example of dealer networks ........................................................................................................ 51
Marta CHOLEWA-WIKTOR, Agnieszka SITKO-LUTEK – Benchmarking in public health care facilities..................................................................................................................... 65
Marzena CICHORZEWSKA – Equal opportunities in the professional practise of diversified groups of employees- result of research....................................................................... 75
Magdalena K. GĄSOWSKA – Decision-making problems in the processof shaping a logistics system of enterprises of the sector of logistics services................................................ 103
Katarzyna JACH, Agata MICHNIEWICZ – Grocery shopping in polish internet – a pilot study. 115
Monika JAKUBIAK – The implementation of  aninnovative product based on Spirolife, a health and motivation program ............................................................................................... 129
Izabela JONEK-KOWALSKA, Dawid BERNY, Grażyna PŁAZA – Competitivnessassessment of biofuels  in contemporarytechnological, market and legal conditions ........................................................... 141
Izabela JONEK-KOWALSKA, Marian TUREK – Fixed and variable costs and production efficiency in polish coal mines .................................................................................. 153
Jan KOWALIK – Economic conditions of innovation of enterprises in the EU. Space-time analysis................................................................................................................... 169
Monika KOZERSKA – Analysis of efficiency and quality deliveries on the courier company X............................................................................................................................... 181
Agnieszka LESZCZYŃSKA – HRM practices in innovative enterprices ................................... 195
Iwona MENDRYK – Determinants of competence improvement of employees aged 50 plus. Research results........................................................................................................... 213
Anna PAMUŁA – Intangible services development in energy utilities – polandresidential customers study ....................................................................................................... 225
Adam SAGAN, Grażyna PLICHTA – Trust and personal values in the framework of service dominant logic............................................................................................................... 253
Wioletta SKRODZKA – Measuring the similarities and the dynamics of structural changes in primary energy production in Poland in the light of the EUenvironmental and climate goals....................................................................................................................... 263
Adam R. SZROMEK, Mateusz NARAMSKI, Krzysztof HERMAN – Characteristics of the phenomenon of cognitive dissonance on the example of academic youth – introduction to empirical research (part I)................................................................................... 275
Adam R. SZROMEK, Krzysztof HERMAN, Mateusz NARAMSKI – Characteristics of the phenomenon of cognitive dissonance on the example of academic youth – introduction to empirical research (part II)................................................................................. 289
Karolina SZYMANIEC-MLICKA – Stakeholder management in public medical entities .......... 309
Karolina WIELICKA-GAŃCZARCZYK, Anna MĘCZYŃSKA – Factors negative influence on commercialization Polish hospitals........................................................................... 321
Marek WIRKUS, Piotr ZEJER – Model of model for agile process of product andorganizational innovation in Wolters Kluwer..................................................................................................................................... 333
Jerzy ZIELIŃSKI – Management in developing power system................................................... 343
Part 4. Organizing and management – theoretical aspects ................................................. 351
Anna BRZOZOWSKA, Judyta KABUS, Joanna NOWAKOWSKA-GRUNT – Theory of constraints in designing the logistics information system in agribusiness.................................... 365
Aleksandra GRABOWSKA-POWAGA, Agata JAKUBOWSKA – Role of cultural capital and creativity in creating social capital – the case of Poland ............................................ 375
Beata HYSA – Diversity management of generation .................................................................. 385
Agata JAKUBOWSKA, Aleksandra GRABOWSKA-POWAGA – Institutions and economic activities of entities on the market- selected aspects ................................................... 399
Małgorzata KRAJEWSKA-NIECKARZ, Monika SOBCZYK – Social responsibility strategy and recruitment process in theoretical approach............................................................ 437
Beata SKOWRON-MIELNIK, Marta BĄDZIO – Interim management as a form of business and professional improvement ..................................................................................... 449
Paweł SMOLNIK – Role of recovery management (PRM) in reduced waste ............................ 461
Anna STAROSTA – Continuous improvement in business continuity management...................... 481
Agnieszka STRZELECKA – The regional analysis of public health care expenditure – an important element in the decision making in health care.......................................................... 491
Agnieszka TYLEC – Corporate social responsibility in corporate management in Poland – synthesis of the studies      513

piątek, 13 stycznia 2017

2016 - Zeszyt 96

Foreword ............................................................................................................................. 11
Part 1. New products, innovations, projects ...................................................................... 13
Piotr BĘBENEK – Process management and innovations in agriculture ............................... 15
Anna BRZOZOWSKA – Creating innovative marketing solutions to the polish sectorof the food industry .............................................................................................................. 27
Wiesława CAPUTA – Factors determining effective use of crowdsourcing in building customer capital.................................................................................................................... 39
Daniel GACH – The influence of the cyberspace on the pro-innovative attitude and behaviour of the employees ................................................................................................. 53
Anna KACZOROWSKA, Sabina MOTYKA, Jolanta SŁONIEC – Improvement of project management in the context of agile approach and organization’s project maturity................. 63
Małgorzata KNAUFF – Symmetric versus Asymmetric Technology spillover in theoretical and empirical research .......................................................................................................... 75
Michał KONOPKA – Unconventional trademarks in administering the intellectual property of enterprises…. ..................................................................................................... 87
Filip LIEBERT, Mateusz TRZECIAK – Barriers of realizing new product development projects in SMEs – theoretical part ....................................................................................... 99
Iwona ŁAPUŃKA, Iwona PISZ – System dimension of engineering management inprocess, projects and innovations ........................................................................................ 113
Aneta MICHALAK – Intelligent specialization as a concept of implementing theintelligent development policy ........................................................................................... 123
Anna MULARCZYK – Analysis of production the electricity from renewable energysources in Poland ................................................................................................................ 133
Aneta PACHURA – In search of social potential properties in open innovation. The epistemological approach ................................................................................................... 143
Joanna RYDAROWSKA-KURZBAUER – Factors of changes in innovation position of selected Central and Eastern European countries ................................................................ 155
Urszula SKURZYŃSKA-SIKORA – External cooperation enterprise in the field of innovation and effectiveness of their functioning ............................................................. 167
Monika SZYMURA – Innovation in relation with environment-legal protectionof innovation ...................................................................................................................... 181
Marcelina ŚCIGAŁA – An innovativeness as a characteristic of the organization – systematization and conceptualization ............................................................................... 193
Mateusz TRZECIAK, Filip LIEBERT – Stakeholder of the project as a kay successfactor ................................................................................................................................. 205
Grzegorz ZIELIŃSKI – Perception of the service Projects Quality .................................... 217

Part 2. Quantitative methods and information technologies .......................................... 227
Aleksandra CZUPRYNA-NOWAK – Expert-mathematical method in analysis ofeconomic phenomena ......................................................................................................... 229
Aleksandra CZUPRYNA-NOWAK – Selection system using AHP ................................... 235
Helena GASPARS-WIELOCH – Resource allocation under complete uncertainty –case of asymmetrics payoffs ............................................................................................... 247
Dorota GAWROŃSKA – Quality evaluation based on hotel services ................................ 259
Dorota GAWROŃSKA – Multicriterial model of selection investment road ....................... 279
Adrian KAPCZYŃSKI – Critical success factors in managing biometric authentication system implementation projects .......................................................................................... 291
Paweł KOSIŃ – Selected concepts of management risk of an enterprise operating in a network ........................................................................................................................ 297
Damian ŁOPUSIŃSKI, Mateusz ŁOPUSIŃSKI, Ireneusz J. JÓŹWIAK – Strategy ofmining operations in order to reduce seismic activity and rockburst hazard of miningpanel
................................................................................................................................... 307
Damian ŁOPUSIŃSKI, Mateusz ŁOPUSIŃSKI, Ireneusz J. JÓŹWIAK – Methods of identifying rock seismic activity level and strategy of analyzing this hazard ...................... 315
Adrianna MASTALERZ-KODZIS, Ewa POŚPIECH – Application of technical analysisand the Hölder function in building optimal investment strategy ......................................... 321
Aneta MICHALAK – Financial risk in polish and global hard coal mining industry .......... 331
Monika MIŚKIEWICZ-NAWROCKA, Katarzyna ZEUG-ŻEBRO – Construction ofoptimal portfolio using tools identification of chaos in time series ...................................... 343
Mateusz MUSIOŁ, Ireneusz J. JÓŹWIAK, Łukasz ŻABSKI – Strategies of designing of structural elements using topologic optimization................................................................. 353
Tomasz Leszek NAWROCKI, Monika MIŚKIEWICZ-NAWROCKA – Investmentportfolio management. Efficiency of strategy regarding investment in shares of growingcompanies ......................................................................................................................... 361
Sylwia NIESZPORSKA – The role of the health performance measure in the creationof the system’s management objectives .............................................................................. 373
Iwona PISZ, Iwona ŁAPUŃKA, Anna CHWASTYK – Approach to stakeholderengagement in project based on ordered fuzzy numbers ...................................................... 385
Ewa POŚPIECH, Adrianna MASTALERZ-KODZIS – The application of fuzzy TOPSIS method to the portfolio selection ......................................................................................... 395
Krzysztof SENCZYNA – The Waterfall Pricing Cascade Model a supporting solution to create a pricing strategy ...................................................................................................... 405
Marcin SOBOTA – Selected aspects of electronic voting ................................................... 417
Adam SOJDA – Implementation of Analytical Hierarchical Process (AHP) to the multi-criteria evaluation of coal mine which is part of the mining enterprise ................................ 427
Karol STASIŃSKI, Ireneusz J. JÓŹWIAK – Two-dimensional object morphing strategies in computer graphics ........................................................................................ 441
Katarzyna JAKOWSKA-SUWALSKA, Piotr SUWALSKI, Maciej WOLNY –
Multicriteria evaluation of the use of multiband dynamic compressors in audio recording defects elimination ............................................................................................................. 451
Wiktor WALENTYNOWICZ, Ireneusz J. JÓŹWIAK – Selection strategy of the neural network parameters in the handwriting recognition ............................................................. 463
Paweł WICHARY, Ireneusz J. JÓŹWIAK, Karol STASIŃSKI – Effective strategies for locating transmitters in wireless networks ........................................................................... 469
Dariusz WIELGÓRKA – Research efficiency in supported-employment with utilizationof models DEA ................................................................................................................... 479
Aneta WŁODARCZYK – The impact of the EU ETS on the market value of Polishenergy companies – Conlcusions from Markov models ..................................................... 491
Marcin WYSKWARSKI – Data visualization in economic organization............................. 505
Iwona ZDONEK, Beata HYSA , Dariusz ZDONEK – Literature review in management science – issue and tendency .............................................................................................. 519
Iwona ZDONEK, Maciej WOLNY, Beata HYSA, Dariusz ZDONEK – The potential of researcher – introduction to survey, selection of variables ................................................... 535
Jarosław ZIEMSKI – Risk Map as hybrid methods risk Assessment in the enterprise ........ 549

poniedziałek, 2 stycznia 2017

2016 - Zeszyt 98

PREFACE .................................................................................................................................. 5
1. Galyna BEREGOVA, Andrzej GAWDZIK – Natural philosophy in the system of ideological orientations of the individual......................................................................... 7
2. Olga CHYŻNA, Fabian ANDRUSZKIEWICZ – Education of tomorrow – determinants of transformations of the education system in Poland and Ukraine ............. 15
3. Dorota DOLIŃSKA-WERYŃSKA – Ethics of public relations – standards for the profession of specialist public relations in Poland ............................................................. 27
4. Katarzyna KATANA – Entrepreneurship in awareness of students – knowledge, attitudes, immersion ........................................................................................................... 39
5. Tomasz KOSIEK – Polish forerunners of democratic elements in the context of European tradition .......................................................................................................... 53
6. Daniela KOVACOVA  Sartre and Améry on topic of voluntary death ........................... 63
7. Remigiusz KOZUBEK – Attitudes towards the concept of corporate social responsibility among future managers, on the example of students of FOM SUT ............ 71
8. Dariusz KRAWCZYK  Communication activities in the light of transformation of the media market. Responsibilities of the spokesman and changes in relations with journalists ................................................................................................................... 85
9. Adam LECH – The Internet as a support tool in the care of people suffering from dementia ........................................................................................................................... 101
10. Jarosław MIKOŁAJEC – Revival of geopolitics in Poland ............................................. 113
11. Aldona MUSIAŁ-KIDAWA – Subjectivity of civil society in the European culture ..... 125
12. Janusz NOWAK  The role and importance of the humanities and social sciences in the programmes of technical fields of studies .............................................................. 137
13. Józef OBER, Janusz KARWOT  Employment of desabled people – on example of a chosen supported employment enterprise ................................................................. 149
14. Barbara PRZYBYLSKA-CZAJKOWSKA, Waldemar CZAJKOWSKI  The problem of collective subjectness as a challenge for the 21-st century philosophy ....................... 161
15. Aleksandra SYNOWIEC, Marcin ZYBAŁA  Social and organizational aspects of cultural creation of ethnic minorities in Poland: the field study conclusions .............. 171
16. Joanna TOKAR – In search of competence of the future – theoretical considerations and practical aspects ......................................................................................................... 183
17. Piotr WERYŃSKI – Axiological barriers to development of public sphere. Study of local public discourse ................................................................................................... 193


2016 - Zeszyt 95

FOREWORD …………………………………………………………………………….
11
1. BĄK M. – Egalitarianism and educational equality in the transition to a knowledge society …………………………………………………………………………………
13
2. BENDKOWSKI J. – Knowledge creation and learning in new work forms in virtual economy ……………………………………………………………………………….
23
3. BIEŃKOWSKA I., KITLIŃSKA-KRÓL M. – The values in the education of modern man ………………………………………………………………………...
37
4. CHRZANOWSKA-GANCARZ M. – Is there a place for manipulation in the contemporary education area? About the axiological education problems at the level of higher education ………………………………………………………..
51
5. CHYŻNA O., ANDRUSZKIEWICZ F. – Modernization of higher education of Ukraine and Poland through globalization …………………………………………
63
6. CZAKON P. – Engaged or indifferent? Social and political activism of Polish young adults ………………………………………………………………………………….
75
7. CZAKON T. – Poverty as an ethical issue …………………………………………...
89
8. DOLIŃSKA-WERYŃSKA D., WERYŃSKI P. – Perception of innovation among entrepreneurs from the SMES sector in Silesian region ………………………………
103
9. HILAROWICZ A. – Social innovation as support for smart specialization – organizational determinants …………………………………………………………...
119
10. JONEK-KOWALSKA I. – Sustainable development as a challenge for Polish coal mining enterprises ……………………………………………………………………..
131
11. KARWOT J. – Employee assessment – a real need or an exaggeration of managers?
147
12. KATANA K. – Innovation in the enterprise in the context of soft skills of employees
159
13. KATANA K. – Essence of quality of life in the concept of sustainable development .
175
14. KOCHMAŃSKA A. – The soft skills in the innovative company …………………..
189
15. KONSTAŃCZAK S. – Immoral law ………………………………………………...
201
16. KOSIEK T. – Is sustainable development sustainable? ……………………………..
215
17. KOZUBEK R. – Socially responsible innovation and soft skills of the company's employees ……………………………………………………………………………..
225
18. KUCHAREWICZ J. – Some aspects of well – being of working elderly people …...
237
19. KUZIA K. – Union strategy of sustainable development and the development and future of Polish mining …………………………………………………………
249
20. LEŚNIAK B., LEŚNIAK M. – On the research into factors influencing judges decisions about punishment …………………………………………………………...
261
21. MIKOLAJEC J. – Between energy megaprojects and distributed energy generation: about contemporary dilemmas of the localization of electricity production ….............
275
22. MUSIAŁ-KIDAWA A. – The value of rationalism by Leszek Kolakowski ………...
289
23. NIEZABITOWSKI M. – The significance of day care centre in the lives of elderly people and innovative ideas of enhancement of the attractiveness of the services rendered by such an institution – the case study on the example of chosen centre in Katowice ……………………………………………………………………………
299
24. NORAS A.J. – Humanities as a problem of science. Neo-kantianism point of view ...
319
25. NOWAK J. – The role and the tasks of school employment counsellor in planning the student's education path …………………………………………………………..
333
26. OBER J. – Employer branding – strategy of organization’s success in modern economy ……………………………………………………………………………….
345
27. ORBIK Z. – The problem of responsibility in the philosophy of technology ………..
357
28. OSIKA G. − Social innovation as support for smart specialization – communication determinants …………………………………………………………………………...
369
29. PIEKACZ A. – The idea of upbringing and education for sustainable development in the foster care system ……………………………………………………………….
383
30. POLEWCZYK A. – Between Thomas D’aquino and E. Durkheim. The method of Tadeusz Ślipko’s ethics …………………………………………………………….
397
31. RĄB Ł. – Sustainable development as a new social contract ………………………...
407
32. RĄB-KETTLER K. – Sociological conditions of HRM in Poland ………………….
419
33. ROŻAŁOWSKA B. – Smart citizen – urban society in the process of building city’s „intelligence” ………………………………………………………………………….
429
34. SKOCZYŃSKA-PROKOPOWICZ B. – Public administration management – a new model of management and social activation …………………………………...
441
35. SMOŁKA-FRANKE B. – Postindustrial city – new quality or skansen museum? ….
453
36. SOLER U. – European food security – best practices ………………………………..
467
37. STYLEC P. – Neuroscience in the perspective of the philosophy of technology and the political philosophy …………………………………………………………...
481
38. SUŁKOWSKA-JANOWSKA M. – Responsible performer. Veto for licentia poetica – art as politics ………………………………………………………………..
491
39. SYNOWIEC A. – Different dimension of cultural tourism – communism heritage and communist relics as a tourist attraction …………………………………………...
503
40. SZUMERA G. – Man and modern information technologies ………………………
515
41. TOKAR J. – The need of competence self-improvement of regional centres of social policy employees ……………………………………………………………………...
529
42. VLASENKO A., VLASENKO V. – The methods of large social-territorial systems sustainability evolution analysis – semantic modeling of transportation sector processes ………………………………………………………………………………
539
43. WOŁEK M. – The right to be an artist – art and author’s rights ………………….....
553
44. ZIELIŃSKI M. – The importance of CSR in the conditions of employee market …..
567