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

czwartek, 22 grudnia 2016

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wtorek, 6 grudnia 2016

2016 - Zeszyt 94


Foreword............................................................................................................................ 7
1.    Zuzana BALÚNOVÁThe Importance Of Ethical Credibility In Business.............................. 9
2.    Marián BEDNÁRTechnological Medicine And Protection Of Human Dignity Of Dying Patient           17
3.    Helena ČiernaParallels Between CSR And The EFQM Excellence Model................... 29
4.    Vladimír ĎurčíkEthics Of Politics In Context Of The Present....................................... 41
6.    Daniela FobelováEthno-EthicsAnd Ethno-Culture As Aspects Of Cultural Ethics

........................................................................................................................ 57
8.    Alexander Kholod InmutationalProcesses In The System Of Values Of Volunteers........................................................................................................................ 73
9.    Andrea Klimková Ethical Leadership And Eco-Ethical Program As Specific And Direct Way To Sustainability Community......................................................................... 81
10.    Daniela KováčováEthical Limits In Research And Development............................... 93
11.    Jana KováčováEthical Dimension Of Crisis Management........................................ 103
13.    Bibiána MarkováThe Application Of A Responsible Approach To Nanoresearch............................................................................................................... 125
14.    Miriam Martinkovičová, Dana BenčikováThe Usable Competences Of Graduates In Practice (Slovak Experiences).................................................................. 137
15.    Małgorzata NadziakiewiczThe Role Of Soft Skills In Decision Making By Auditors....................................................................................................................... 151
17.    Tatiana RapčíkováRespect For The Dignity Of The Sick - An Essential Attribute Of Medical Ethics................................................................................................ 173
18. Viera ZozuľakovaDegrowth – A Way Of Social Transformation       185

poniedziałek, 21 listopada 2016

2016 - Zeszyt 92

FOREWORD ………………………………………………………………………….....
7
1. ANTCZAK A., GĘBCZYŃSKA A. – Production process efficiency analysis with use of key performance indicators (KPI) on the example of XYZ company …………
9
2. ĆWIKLIŃSKA I., NOWAK-BRZEZIŃSKA A. – Comparison of algorithms classic and fuzzy inference on example of manager’s personnel decision support system …………………………………………………………………………………
21
3. DOLIŃSKA-WERYŃSKA D. – Motivations and needs of generation Y employees in knowledge-based economy …………………………………………………………
31
4. DUKIEWICZ T., SPUSTEK H. – Analysis and valuation information in decision-making process ……………………………………………………………
49
5. DUKIEWICZ T., SPUSTEK H. – Information in the strategic management ………
61
6. GEMBALSKA-KWIECIEŃ A., ŻURAKOWSKI Z. – Causes and effects of occupational burnout ……………………………………………………………….
73
7. GEMBALSKA-KWIECIEŃ A., ŻURAKOWSKI Z. – The system of training and adaptation of employees in achieving the improvement of work safety in the mine
85
8. HAJDUK S. – Spatial management as the component of public management ………
95
9. JAROSZ-LEWANDOWSKA D. – The competence of a Polish logistics staff in the field of research ………………………………………………………………..
107
10. JEDYNAK Z. – Characteristics of inventory process in the logistic system of large-area retail enterprises ………………………………………………………...
119
11. KACZMAR I. – Improving the economics of production on the basis of discrete event simulation ……………………………………………………………………….
131
12. KATANA K. – Social innovation in the context of the development of intelligent organizations …………………………………………………………………………..
143
13. KAUF S., TŁUCZAK A., LYSENKO-RYBA K. – CSR and its role in forming relationships with customers – in the light of survey results ………………………….
155
14. KOCHMAŃSKA A. – Corporate social responsibility in their smart growth ……….
169
15. KOŻUCHOWSKI J. – Topicality of the thoughts by Mieczysław Albert Krąpiec on human rights in the context of legal postpositivism ……………………………….
183
16. MAŃKA-SZULIK M. – Social communication of local government in creating civic society …………………………………………………………………………...
193
17. MATWIEJCZUK W., CZECZUK M., SZYRENOS P. – Factors of the price flexibility of the tenders for construction works ………………………………………
203
18. MUSIAŁ-KIDAWA A. – Modern democracy. Axiology of Western European political system ………………………………………………………………………..
217
19. NOWAKOWSKI M., NOWAKOWSKA B. – Dimensions of marketing communication in advertisements …………………………………………………….
231
20. ORBIK Z. – The problem of the value of knowledge and the concept of Sustainable Development …………………………………………………………………………..
243
21. PAWŁOWSKA E., SKOWRON K. – Use of modern information technology in the process of implementation of the principles of teaching against corruption higher education ……………………………………………………………………….
255
22. RĄB Ł. – Precariat and precarization work in the age of globalization ……………...
269
23. ROSAK-SZYROCKA J. – Internal clients’ satisfaction of hospital in the loyalty aspect ………………………………………………………………………………….
277
24. SMOŁKA-FRANKE B. – Culture for the economy – economy for culture –development sector culture as an important element of sustainable development of the city ……………………………………………………………………………...
293
25. STRZELECKI A., FURMANKIEWICZ M., ZIUZIAŃSKI P. – Performance dashboard usage for internet advertising campaigns on the example of Google Analytics ………………………………………………………………………………
305
26. SYNOWIEC A. – Current trends in cultural tourism: example of literary tourism ….
325
27. SZCZĘŚNIAK B., PETRYCZKO L. – Application of spreadsheets at a warehousing and distribution department – a case study ………………………....
335
28. SZEWCZYK P., KOJ K. – Instructional design in the activity of higher education institution ……………………………………………………………………………...
351
29. SZTORC M. − Impact of innovation in strategic management in enterprise service – hotel …………………………………………………………………………………...
363
30. WASZKIEWICZ-FLASZA A., DĄBROWSKI M., BIAŁECKA B. – Improvement purchasing procedure in a process of production’s preparation ………..
383
31. WEBER E., OLBRYCHT-BANACH A. – Personnel policy in the scale of the city – HR as a strategic partner supporting the management of the city ……….
395
32. WOLNIAK R. – Smart specialization in Silesian Region in Poland ………………...
407
33. WOLNIAK R. – Some aspects of perceived needs of disabled persons by staff in municipial offices in the Silesian province …………………………………………
421
34. WOLNIAK R., SUŁKOWSKI M. – The reasons for the implementation of quality management systems in organizations ………………………………………………...
443

środa, 19 października 2016

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