poniedziałek, 10 grudnia 2018

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1. BENDKOWSKI JACEK – Developing employees competencies in virtual economy …………………………………………………………………………….....
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2. BENDKOWSKI JÓZEF – Logistic aspects in production planning. Selected problems ……………………………………………………………………………….
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3. BRZÓSKA J. – Conceptions of value creation and business model changes ………..
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4. CZAPLICKA-KOLARZ K., KRUCZEK M. – Selected aspects of municipal waste economy in the Silesia voivodeship …………………………………................
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5. DOHN K., ŁYP K., MOCNY-PACHOŃSKA K., HÜPSCH-MARZEC H. – Business model for the needs of managing medical services in the area of dentistry ...
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6. DŹWIGOŁ H. – Selecting methods within a research process – scientific and practical considerations …………………………………………………………...
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7. DŹWIGOŁ-BAROSZ M. – The importance of succession in polish family enterprises …………………………………………………………………………….
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8. GASCHI-UCIECHA A. – Analysis and evaluation of the transport processin a selected sub-section of the TSL sector ………………………………………………
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9. GĘBCZYŃSKA M. – Analysis of performance appraisal system of employees in small and medium enterprises ……………………………………………………..
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10. GRABOWSKA J. – Analysis of logistic processes of distribution of electro-installation products – customer service ………………………………………………
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11. GUMIŃSKI A. – The concept of a computer system supporting the analysis of work productivity in a colliery ………………………………………………………………
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12. JANKE P. – Process mining of logistics flows with prom application ………………
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13. KMIECIK M. – Distribution centre as a cell of disruptions compensation from the perspective of distribution network ……………………………………………….
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14. KNOP L. – The innovatievness of Poland in the background of the European Union countries ……………………………………………………………………………….
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15. KOSZEMBAR-WIKLIK M. – University marketing in social media and network generation ……………………………………………………………………………...
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16. KRAMARZ M. – Differentiation strategy in distribution channel of steel products – effectiveness of the flag distributor …………………………………………………...
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17. KRAMARZ M., KRAMARZ W. – The disruptions in steel products flow in model of logistics centre ……………………………………………………………………...
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18. KWIOTKOWSKA A. – Business model configurations and organizational performance …………………………………………………………………………...
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19. LIEBERT F. – Attributes of innovative software products …………………………. 273
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20. LUBERA R. – Identification and analysis of interferences influencingon the realization of the public procurement procedure ……………………………… 287
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21. ŁUKASZCZYK Z. – Shared services center a chance for optimization of costsand standardization of processes in local government units ………………………….. 301
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22. MARKOWSKA K. – Rail transport safety conditions – theoretical outline ……….. 315
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23. MATAN K., ZIÓŁKOWSKA K. – The use of innovation partnershipin electromobility. Assumptions to the program for zero-emission public transport(e-mobility) …………………………………………………………………………… 327
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24. MATUSEK M. – Servitization phenomenon in manufacturing companies – servicesduality in product-service solutions delivering ……………………………………….. 343
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25. MUCHA-KUŚ K., STĘCHŁY J., ZAMASZ K. – The role of coopetitionin development of electromobility …………………………………………………… 357
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26. MUSIOŁ-URBAŃCZYK A. – Project management office in towns with countyrights offices ………………………………………………………………………….. 371
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27. ODLANICKA-POCZOBUTT M. – Independence of courts and accountabilityof justice in the light of new public management …………………………………….. 383
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28. PAWŁOWSKA E., SZEWC T. – Mediation in labor law …………………………. 397
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29. PODGÓRSKA M., JUDA M. – Scrum Master as servant leader for virtual projectteam …………………………………………………………………………………… 411
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30. PRZYBYLSKA E. – Trends influencing the development of product and processinnovations in the TSL industry ……………………………………………………..... 421
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31. RUBISZ S. – Organization in the cloud. Selected issues of contract law …………… 433
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32. SIENKIEWICZ-MAŁYJUREK K. – Value-creating networks in emergencymanagement …………………………………………………………………………... 447
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33. SLUPINA M. – Cooperation within a network of enterprises ……………………….. 459
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34. SORYCHTA-WOJSCZYK B. – The analysis of project maturity in localgovernment units – literature study …………………………………………………... 473
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35. STACHOWICZ-STANUSCH A., ALEKSANDER A. – Competenciesfor the future ………………………………………………………………………….. 485
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36. STAWIARSKA E. – The process of obtaining innovative solutions from suppliersand analysis of risks occurring in this process on the example of the automotiveindustry ……………………………………………………………………………….. 499
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37. TCHÓRZEWSKI S. – Project management in context of building a new hard coalmine …………………………………………………………………………………... 513
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38. TOCZYŃSKA J. – Conditions for the implementation of union projectsin the health area in the 2014-2020 ………………………………………………….... 525
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39. WENGIEREK M. – Handling of hazardous waste ways in Silesia region. Part I –technical conditions in recovery management and waste recycling processes ……….. 541
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40. WIELICKA-GAŃCZARCZYK K. – Public hospital restructuring – case study ….. 557
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41. WIERZBICKA A., ŻEBRUCKI Z. – Application of balanced scorecard in publicadministration ………………………………………………………………………… 571
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42. WODARSKI K., KRANNICH M., ŁĄCKA M. – The project for internationalizationof enterprises of the SME sector in Silesian voivodship …………….. 585
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43. WODARSKI K., MACHNIK-SŁOMKA J. – Shaping innovative behaviorsand attitudes of students ………………………………………………………………. 601
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44. ZACZYK M. – Interpretive structural modeling of steel products supply chainresilience ……………………………………………………………………………… 617
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45. ZOLEŃSKI W. – Structuring of activities in the problem solving ………………….. 629
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Foreword ………………………………………………………………………………….
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1. BALÚNOVÁ Zuzana, KLIMENTOVÁ FOBELOVÁ Monika – The importance of ethics in building the company´s reputation ………………………………………..
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2. BOROŃ Stefan – Will the real sustainable development please stand up – an introduction ………………………………………………………………………...
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3. FOBEL Pavel – Interdisciplinarity in the humanities and its importance for applied ethics …………………………………………………………………………………..
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4. FOBELOVÁ Daniela – Education for sustainability – our common future …………
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5. FORGON Tomáš – Increasing organizational culture and ethics in healthcare organizations …………………………………………………………………………..
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6. HARABIŠOVÁ Michaela – Medical ethics in dimensions ………………………….
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7. KLIMKOVÁ Andrea – Value pluralism in sustainable development: towards transdisciplinary research ……………………………………………………………..
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8. KLIMSKA Agnieszka – Management of socially important values from the perspective of the sustainable development strategy ……………………………...
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9. KLIMSKI Marcin – Call for high quality education in the context of the postmodern society conception ………………………………………………...
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10. KOVÁČOVÁ Daniela – Importance of professional ethics in work of scientist in the context of reflection on nostalgic society ………………………………………
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11. KOVAĽOVÁ Daniela – Ethical consequences of current transformation processes of medicine from professional ethics point of view …………………………………..
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12. KUZIOR Paulina – Maintenance obligation in Poland ……………………………...
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13. MARTINKOVIČOVÁ Miriam – Development of professional competences through applied education ……………………………………………………………..
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14. MORAVEC Lukáš – The role of applied ethics in the context of the modern society development …………………………………………………………………………...
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15. NADZIAKIEWICZ Małgorzata – Marketing AHD quality of medical services in the times of new technologies ………………………………………………………
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16. NADZIAKIEWICZ Małgorzata – The role of social media in company’s activity ..
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17. RAPČÍKOVÁ Tatiana – The health care workers’ ethical approach to terminally ill children ………………………………………………………………………………..
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18. RĄB-KETTLER Karolina – New management models as reflection and anticipation of socio-economic changes ………………………………………….
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19. von SCHILLING Martin – Technological advances and AI, how they affect the working lives of translators, and what impacts they are having on the education of future translators ……………………………………………………………………
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20. SIEGEL Lukáš – Equal and inclusive education as a prevailing challengeto the right to education ………………………………………………………………. 183
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21. SKOCZYŃSKA-PROKOPOWICZ Barbara – Foreign labour migrationof Ukrainians to Poland: statistical research from the perspective of ukrainian studies .. 195
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22. ZAJĄC Maciej – Ethical case for self-defense robots ………………………………. 205
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23. ZOZUĽAKOVÁ Viera – Value of humanities and humanities research.Exploring the influence of byzantine value system in slavic environment …………... 221
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2018 - Zeszyt 120

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1. BARON-WIATEREK M. – Legal instruments working time management…………
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2. BIENIOK H. – Main approaches, methods and techniques of the management process research ……………………………………………………………………….
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3. BIJAŃSKA J., WODARSKI K. – Process management in a mining enterprise – basic areas and research problems …………………………………………………….
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4. BOJAR W., LIPKA P. – The impact of the company’s innovation on its competitivenees in the surrounding environment ………………………………
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5. DŹWIGOŁ H., DŹWIGOŁ D. – Interim manager: identifcation of special tasks managers’ competencies ………………………………………………………………
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6. DŹWIGOŁ H., DŹWIGOŁ D. – Management in the construction process of a new business organization ………………………………………………………..
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7. GOLIŃSKA-PIESZYŃSKA M., BATOROWICZ B. – Open data as a source of innovativeness of enterprises ……………………………………………………….
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8. JAMRÓZ A., ROKICKA D. – Synergy used to improve transport and forwarding processes as a result of cooperation beetween sectors of the chosen company ……….
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9. JELONEK D., CHLUSKI A. – The use of Big Data resources in patient experience management …………………………………………………………………………...
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10. JONEK-KOWALSKA I. – Financial condition of local government units as a determinant of smart cities development in Poland ………………………………
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11. KAUF S. – Sharing economy as a tool in the smart city creation process ……………
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12. PAŁUCHA K. – Customer order fulfillment process in the automotive industry …...
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13. RZEMIENIAK M. – New tendencies in consumer behaviour – a marketing perspective …………………………………………………………………………….
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14. SKOWRON S. – The evaluating method of the cluster’s development potential from an innovative perspective ……………………………………………………………...
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15. SZMAL A. – Rationalization project as an endogenous source of innovation ……….
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16. SZOŁTYSEK J., ZIĘTARA H. – Logistic barriers on the activities of food trucks in Poland ………………………………………………………………………………
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17. SZWAJCA D. – Country reputation as a determinant of regional development …….
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18. WĄCHOL J. – Process management and management elements in the conditions of global economy …………………………………………………………………….
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19. WENGIEREK M. – Handling of hazardous waste ways in Silesia region ………….
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20. ZAGÓROWSKI J. – Effectiveness of using human resources in the IT industry on the example of a selected enterprise ……………………………………………….
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21. ŻEBRUCKI Z., KRUCZEK M. – The conditions for the implementation of the lean management concept in the SME sector …………………………………..
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wtorek, 4 grudnia 2018

2018 - Zeszyt 117

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FOREWORD …………………………………………………………………………….
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1. ANDRZEJCZAK P., BRODNY J. – Influence of a driver’s working time on the operation of a transport company ……………………………………………………..
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2. BISMOR J., BRODNY J. – The role and meaning of municipal police (city guard) in ensuring public safety ……………………………………………………………...
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3. BOBER B., OLKIEWICZ M. – Effectiveness as a measure of the implementation of the sustainable development of the public hospital network ……………………….
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4. BOBER B. – Outsourcing element of comprehensive network management public hospitals ……………………………………………………………………………….
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5. CYROK A., GĘBCZYŃSKA A. – Verification of logistic customer service level in transportation services ……………………………………………………………..
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6. DESKA M., KRUCZEK M., ZAWARTKA P., BURCHART-KOROL D. – Application of the LCA method for environmental decision assistance in the water-sewage system …………………………………………………………………………
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7. GAJDZIK B. – Forecasting and scenario system in an enterprise. Forecasting and scenario analysis of steel production in Poland until 2020 ………….
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8. GAJDZIK-SZOT I., BRODNY J. – Functioning of a coal-cokemaking group on the basis of pro-ecological and innovative production methods …………………...
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9. GAJEWSKI P. – The goods transport in the city with the use of the sharing economy principles ……………………………………………………………............
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10. GROSS-GOŁACKA E. – Diversity management in management science – theorethical studies …………………………………………………………………….
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11. JABŁOŃSKA-PORZUCZEK L., KALINOWSKI S., SMOLUK-SIKORSKA J. – Competitiveness determinants of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises operating in bakery and confectionary industry …………………………………………………..
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12. JANISZEWSKI A. – Realization of research project in the light of team learning practice ………………………………………………………………………………...
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13. JELONEK D., CHLUSKI A. – The use of Big Data resources in patient experience management …………………………………………………………………………...
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14. KHALIL-OLIWA O. – Overview of risk management methods in manufacturing enterprises listed in the Warsaw Stock Exchange ……………………………………..
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15. KLIMEK M. – The problem of random assignment of workers to workplaces with regard to job rotation …………………………………………………………......
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16. KNOP K. – Assessment and improvement of quality of visual management systems with the use of the SERVPERF method. Part 1. Research methodology ……………..
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17. KOCHMAŃSKA A. – The cultural diversity management in the opinion of the employees of the silesian voivodeship. The analysis of the results of research ..
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18. KORNETA P. – Transportation performance management in distribution companies ..
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19. KRÓL R., BRODNY J. – Role and meaning of telemedicine in the treatment of heart diseases ………………………………………………………………………….
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20. KRUPA P., PATALAS-MALISZEWSKA J., GABRYELEWICZ I. – Method of testing the level of safety culture in production enterprises – case study
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21. MILEWSKA E. – Improving complaints management system manufacturer of fiscal devices ………………………………………………………………………..
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22. ODLANICKA-POCZOBUTT M., MORAWSKA S., BANASIK P. – Analysis of internal factors influencing excessive length of court proceedings with the application of the cluster analysis ……………………………………………
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23. OLIŃSKI M., SZAMROWSKI P. – The importance of social media in the functioning of polish public benefit organizations ……………………………..
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24. OLKIEWICZ M. – Process management within the framework of network operators ……………………………………………………………………………….
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25. OSTROWSKI R., BRODNY J. – Sublevel extraction as a chance for polish coal companies ……………………………………………………………………………..
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26. PACANA A., CZERWIŃSKA K. – A supporting radiographic tests with the use of the quality management tool ………………………………………………………..
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27. PACANA A., CZERWIŃSKA K. – Application of quality management tools to analyzing the cause of product deficiency …………………………………………….
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28. PACANA A., SIWIEC D. – The analysis of the solution of the problem of incompatible products with using the 8D method …………………………………….
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29. PROKSA J. – The circular economy business model on example of combustion by-products management in the migrant system – electro-power …………………….
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30. RACHWAŁ A., WOLNIAK R. – Incompatibility of welding and techniques of their detection ………………………………………………………………………
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31. ROSAK-SZYROCKA J. – Quality and improvement meaning in the production company ……………………………………………………………………………….
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32. RUDZEWICZ A. – Organizational trust and length of employment of workers ……
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33. SADOWSKI M., ZIUZIAŃSKI P. – Management dashboard for mobile devices to monitor database server – empirical example ………………………………………
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34. SKALNY A., BIAŁECKA B. – Model of valuation of post-industrial areas in line with the rules of issue …………………………………………………………………
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35. SKOCZYŃSKA-PROKOPOWICZ B. – Labour migration of Ukrainians to Poland and principles of sustainable development ……………………………………………
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36. SKRZYP M., WRÓBEL A. – An analysis of creativity of studying employees in silesian voivodship and lesserpoland voivodship …………………………………..
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37. STECUŁA K. – Facebook activity and its influence on the users …………………...
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38. STECUŁA K. – Tax revenue analysis of polish budget in 2009-2015 ………………
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39. SZARA M., KSYKIEWICZ-DOROTA A., KLUKOW J., LAMONT M. – Review of research instruments for assessment of organizational culture in health care system …………………………………………………………………………….
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40. ŚLĘCZEK-CZAKON D. – Ethical problems in clinical research of medicinal product ………………………………………………………………………………...
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41. ŚWIĄTEK M. – Telework as a modern form of employment of generation Y workers ………………………………………………………………………………...
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42. ŚWIĄTEK M. – Human resources management – the work-life balance programs as a form of motivational investment ………………………………………………….
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43. TUREK P., PRZYBEK P. – Expert and his role for the protection of the consumer
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44. TUTAK M. – Comparative analysis of the quantity of methane collected by hard coal mines ……………………………………………………………………………..
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45. TUTAK M. – The use of taxonomic methods for analysing electricity consumption by the individual provinces ……………………………………………………………
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46. ULEWICZ R. – Outsourcing – controlled shipping procedures in the automotive industry ………………………………………………………………………………..
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47. WIETECHA M. – Soft competency model of software developers in the context of requirements for it professionals …………………………………………………...
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48. WOLNIAK R. – Functioning quality of prevention departments ……………………
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49. WOLNIAK R. – Evaluation of the process of recruitment on the example of municipality ………………………………………………………………………...
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50. WOLNY A., WOLNIAK R. – The assessment of safety in the case of passenger service on example of the International Katowice Airport ……………………………
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1. Asylzhan AKYNOVA, Sulushash JUMASHEVA, Krzysztof RYBIŃSKI – Measuring the impact of academic policy innovation ………………………………...
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2. Joanna I. BELZYT, Jarosław BADERA – Metaphors of society and ways of exerting influence in socio-environmental conflicts related to mining …………….
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3. Dorota BOCHNACKA – Developing process models of complex business structures ………………………………………………………………………………
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4. Rahim Ajao GANIYU, Afolabi Abiodun ADEMOLA, Odunayo Boyepe ANI – Epistemic reflections on the traditional perspective of the informal sector in developing countries: evidence of the failure of its transient predictions in Africa …..
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5. Sylwia GOCŁOWSKA, Monika PIĄTKOWSKA – Dynamics of the development of the branch of private sport and recreation organisations in Poland ………………...
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6. Liliana HAWRYSZ – The concept of dynamic capabilities as the answer to the changing expectations towards public sector organisations ……………………
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7. Elżbieta KASPERSKA, Andrzej KASPERSKI, Rafał MARJASZ, Elwira MATEJA-LOSA – Some simulation and optimization experiments on prey-predator model ………………………………………………………………..
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8. Małgorzata KAWALEC, Andrzej PACANA, Jan REWILAK – Development of the 5S method implementation on the grounds of collected experience …………...
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9. Małgorzata KAWALEC, Andrzej PACANA, Jan REWILAK – Improvement of implementation of the 5S method using the simplified FMEA method ……………
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10. Monika KONIECZNA – Quality improvement in production enterprise. Case study ..
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11. Piotr KORNETA – Implementation of stock management model – case study …….
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12. Konrad KULIKOWSKI – A conceptual framework integrating working memory capacity, effectiveness of goal attainment and work engagement …………………….
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13. Olusegun Timothy ODESOLA, Grace Oluyemisi AKINOLA – Effect of the challenges facing use of information and communications technology on inventory management amongst breweries in Nigeria …………………………….
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14. Marcin OLKIEWICZ, Katarzyna ŁYP-WROŃSKA, Mariusz TEREBECKI – Food safety hazards – reduction or elimination methods ……………………………..
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15. Grażyna PŁAZA, Krzysztof ULFIG – Safety of commercially viable bio-based products: labelling and standardization ……………………………………………….
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16. Judyta PRZYŁUSKA-SCHMITT – Insurance behaviour of generation Y in Poland and in Germany ………………………………………………………………………..
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17. Bożena SKOTNICKA-ZASADZIEŃ – Analysis and assessment of work safety in a polish mining company – empirical study ………………………………………..
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18. Bożena SZCZUCKA-LASOTA, Radosław WOLNIAK, Tomasz WĘGRZYN – Quality assessment of the welding of components of the burning wall in the case of the energy boiler ……………………………………………………………………
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19. Bożena SZCZUCKA-LASOTA, Radosław WOLNIAK, Tomasz WĘGRZYN – Assessment of the internal transport process by positioning selected quality tools on the example of soldering process …………………………………………………..
275
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20. Adam R. SZROMEK – Application of optimization methods in planning of patients accommodation in the spa companies ………………………………………………...
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21. Adam R. SZROMEK – Order optimization of health resorts treatment using Palmer's algorithm as one of the key activities describing the business model ……….
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22. Sebastian TRINKS – A classification of real time analytics methods. An outlook for the use within the smart factory …………………………………………………...
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23. Radosław WOLNIAK – The history of ISO 9001 series up to ISO 9001:2000 ……..
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24. Radosław WOLNIAK – The history of ISO 9001 series past 2000 …………………
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25. Radosław WOLNIAK, Michalene Eva GREBSKI – Thebloomberg innovation index as a tool to measure economic growth …………………..
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26. Radosław WOLNIAK, Michalene Eva GREBSKI – Some indexes to measure innovativeness as an economic growth ………………………………………………..
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2018 - Zeszyt 118

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Stopka redakcyjna
Wkładka
Foreword ………………………………………………………………………………….
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1. BAROSZ Piotr, DUDEK-BURLIKOWSKA Marta, ROSZAK Marek T.– Systemic analysis of process and product performance using methods and tools for quality management ……………………………………………………………….
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2. BARUK Agnieszka Izabela – The scope of involvement of final purchasers in marketing activities in the context of their opinions on prosumption ……………...
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3. BARUK Jerzy – Innovativeness of enterprises operating in the member states of the European Union ………………………………………………………………..
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4. BENDKOWSKI Jacek – Coworking – supportive workspace for mobile knowledge workers ………………………………………………………………………………..
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5. BERNAT Piotr – Creating organizational space in the context of trends in industry and service …………………………………………………………………………….
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6. BLUSZCZ Anna – How to measure sustainable development – alternatives for GDP .
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7. CZYŻ-GWIAZDA Ewa – Performance measurement system in quality oriented organization – determinants and challenges …………………………………………..
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8. DŹWIGOŁ Henryk – Scientific research methodology in management sciences …..
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9. DŹWIGOŁ-BAROSZ Mariola – How to prepare a successor for managing a family enterprise? ……………………………………………………………………
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10. DŹWIGOŁ Henryk, DŹWIGOŁ Dariusz – Time management in the process of enterprise management ……………………………………………………………..
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11. GOLISZEK Agnieszka, BARUK Agnieszka, IWANICKA Anna, SZYMANOWSKA Anna – Tourist attractiveness of naturally valuable areas vs market and ecological awareness of final purchasers ……………………………...
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12. GRABOWSKA Sandra – E-learning as a desired form of education in the area of Industry 4.0 …………………………………………………………………………
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13. GRZYWNA Zbigniew, LIMAŃSKI Andrzej, DRABIK Ireneusz – Airport safety management ……………………………………………………………
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14. GULSKI Bogusław – Hard management and positive management as an idea for management ……………………………………………………………………….
199
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15. JANISZEWSKI Adam – Problems of multi-level learning in networks in the light of activity theory ………………………………………………………………………
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16. JĘRYCH Elżbieta, KLIMEK Dariusz – Social capital of the enterprise – rules and conditions of measurement ………………………………………………….
227
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17. JONEK-KOWALSKA Izabela – Sustainable developement of smart cities. Previous achievements and future challenges …………………………………………
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18. KACZMAREK Jarosław – The financial distress profiles of the production SME enterprises ……………………………………………………………………….
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19. KARDAS Marcin – Startegic public-private partnerships for reseach, development and innovation activities in Poland ……………………………………………………
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20. KAWECKI Kamil – Maintaining competetive advantage – organization renewal perspective …………………………………………………………………………….
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21. KOSIŃ Paweł – Problems of immaterial assets valuations in the corporate financial raporting ……………………………………………………………………………….
291
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22. KOZARKIEWICZ Alina, KABALSKA Agnieszka – Colective and individual analytical competences as a contemporary foundations of organizaction’s development …………………………………………………………………………...
305
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23. KWIECIEŃ Anna – Relationship management in polish enterprises ……………….
317
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24. LOTKO Małgorzata – Quality of foreign language educational services …………..
333
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25. ŁĘGOWIK-MAŁOLEPSZA Małgorzata, BASKIEWICZ Nicoletta, ŁĘGOWIK_ŚWIĄCIK Sylwia – Influence of lean manufacturing implementationon the sales growth of the enterprise …………………………………
341
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26. ŁODZIŃSKI Andrzej – Decision support system under risk with the use multi-criteria optimization …………………………………………………………….
351
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27. MALINOWSKA Ewa, KURKOWSKA Anna– The norm ISO 37120 as a measurement tool of the idea of sustainable city development …………………..
363
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28. MATWIEJCZUK Rafał – The nature and basic dimensions of the competence-based management concept ……………………………………………………………
383
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29. MATWIEJCZUK Wiesław, GORUSTOWICZ Mariusz – Effectiveness determinants of investment and construction services ………………………………...
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30. MIŚKIEWICZ Radosław – Enterprises in the modern global economy ……………
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31. ODLANICKA-POCZOBUTT Monika, SZYSZKA-SCHUPPIK Aleksandra – Security of personal data in a light of new regulations (RODO) – historical review
419
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32. OSTAPKO Bartosz – Methods of increasing efficiency in the production plant – case study ……………………………………………………………………………...
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33. PASIECZNY Jacek, MICHALEWSKA Katarzyna – Dysfunctional organizational misalignments – essence and consequences …………………………..
445
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34. PAŹDZIOR Magdalena – Identification of factors affecting the homogenization process and quality of the emulsion product …………………………………………..
457
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35. PIOTROWSKA-PIĄTEK Agnieszka, MATSKEVYCH Yuliia – Innovativeness of ukrainian entreprises ………………………………………………………………..
469
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36. PYKA Jan, PYKA Irena – Processes of capital consolidation within the polish banking sector after the global economic crisis ……………………………………….
481
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37. RACHWAŁ Aleksandra, WOLNIAK Radosław – The influence of nonconformities on welding process performance …………………………………
491
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38. SANIUK Sebastian, SANIUK Anna – The conditions for the development of the production networks of polish SME's in the challenges of the Industry 4.0 concept ………………………………………………………………………………...
503
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39. SLIŻ Piotr – Statistical analysis of the process of repair of automotive vehicles using methods of CPM and PERT network analysis ………………………………….
515
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40. SOBOL Dorota – Innovation vs. internationalization in practise of young technology-based companies ………………………………………………………….
525
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41. STADNICKI Jerzy – Location of production using the technology of spatial printing ………………………………………………………………………………...
541
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42. STRZELCZAK Stanisław – Performance-driven evolutionary capabilities in virtual production ecosystems ………………………………………………………………...
555
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43. SURMACZ Tomasz, WIERZBIŃSKI Bogdan – Trust as an intangible asset in the process of building inter-organizational relations in supply chains …………….
567
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44. SZEWCZYK Paweł – Development of the applicability of blockchain technology in industry and services ……………………………………………………………….
577
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45. SZOPIK-DEPCZYŃSKA Katarzyna – Size and age of the enterprise and the use of "user driven innovation" concept in enterprises ……………………….
585
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46. SZTORC Małgorzata – Conditions of competitiveness hotel companies in the proces of corporate globalization ……………………………………………….
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47. TARGIEL Krzysztof S.– Evolution of requirements in technical projects ………….
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48. THIEL Wojciech, MOROZ Mirosław – Usefulness of the concept fractal organizations for operation of the non-profit organizations – a study based on example of the volunteer fire brigade unit …………………………………………….
625
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49. WILK Iwona – The essence of green marketing in the age of sustainable development …………………………………………………………………………...
637
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50. WOLNIAK Radosław, GREBSKI Michalene Eva – Proposed model of cooperation between the business incubator center and a local university based on best practice in USA and Poland ……………………………………………
647
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51. WOLNIAK Radosław – The essence of business internationalization processes …...
659
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52. WYRWA Dariusz – Factors of competitiveness of polish courier companies ………
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53. ZADROS Katarzyna – Development – sustainable development – postdevelopment. Where are we and where are we heading? ………………………...
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54. ZAGAJEWSKI Arkadiusz, SANIUK Sebastian – Key performance indicators in e-commerce …………………………………………………………………………
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55. ŻEMIGAŁA Marcin– Bibliometric analysis of research on innovations in the low technology sectors ………………………………………………………....
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niedziela, 24 czerwca 2018

2017 - Zeszyt 114

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FOREWORD ............................................................................................................................. 9
1. Mateusz BAJOR − Innovative methods of energy getting from renewable sourcesof energy ............................................................................................................................... 11
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2. Robert BALCERZYK, Tomasz SMAL − Talent management in the context of humancapital ................................................................................................................................... 23
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.114.2
3. Nicoletta BASKIEWICZ, Tomasz OŻÓG − Elimination of competenecens gap as theground for forming teams in organizations managed in accordance with the LeanManagement concept ............................................................................................................ 37
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.114.3
4. Dominika BOCHAŃCZYK−KUPKA − The measurement of intellectual propertyvalue at the microeconomic level ......................................................................................... 51
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.114.4
5. Michał CHOMICKI − A proposal for a synthetic model of organizationalcoditions analysis ................................................................................................................. 65
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6. Dorota GAWROŃSKA − Analysis and selection of location of meteorological stationon the basis of principles applicable in the state hydrological and meteorological service . 79
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7. Mariusz GIEMZA, Krzysztof JANOWSKI, Ireneusz J. JÓŹWIAK − Strategyof development of patients registration systems at doctor’s offices based on availablecommunication technologies ................................................................................................ 89
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.114.7
8. Eryk GŁODZIŃSKI − Strategic project management. Perspective of the temporary organisation operating in network ........................................................................................ 99
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.114.8
9. Piotr GOŁĘBIOWSKI, Małgorzata WOJNAROWSKA,
Tadeusz JĘDRZEJCZYK − Identification of kes success factors in health careophtalmological health care providers ............................................................................... 113
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.114.9
10. Tomasz GOSZCZYŃSKI − The functioning of special economic zones innovative activity .............................................................................................................................. 125
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.114.10
11. Sandra GRABOWSKA − Reengineering process in industrial enterprises .................. 135
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.114.11
12. Aleksandra GRABOWSKA-POWAGA − Models of social capital in organization –selected aspects ................................................................................................................. 145
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.114.12
13. Dominika JAGODA-SOBALAK, Iwona ŁAPUŃKA, Katarzyna
MAREK−KOŁODZIEJ − Design and implementation of innovative solutions .......... 155
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.114.13
14. Monika JAKUBIAK, Paweł CHRAPOWICKI − Implementation of innovativeproducts as a result of business – university cooperation ................................................ 167
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.114.14
15. Anna KACZOROWSKA − Project organizations based on capital and contractrelationships – disadvantages, advantages, recommendations ......................................... 179
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.114.15
16. Marta KADŁUBEK − Perception of the customer service idea in the logisticsmanagement of the surveyed enterprises .......................................................................... 193
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.114.16
17. Małgorzata KIEŻEL, Joanna WIECHOCZEK − E-marketing tools in the processof creating value for customer .......................................................................................... 203
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.114.17
18. Patrycja KOKOT-STĘPIEŃ − Innovation management as a source competitivenessof small and medium-sized enterprises ............................................................................ 221
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.114.18
19. Anna KOROMBEL − Identification of the risk management and risk appetitebenefits by small and medium-sized enterprises .............................................................. 231
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.114.19
20. Aneta KUCIŃSKA-LANDWÓJTOWICZ − The role of project management in theimplementation of Continuous Improvement ................................................................... 243
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21. Filip LIEBERT, Mateusz TRZECIAK − Crowdfunding platform as a supportingtool for realization of small projects ................................................................................. 255
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.114.21
22. Iwona ŁAPUŃKA, Katarzyna MAREK-KOŁODZIEJ, Dominika JAGODASOBALAK
Integration aspects of agile and waterfall models in project
management of new product development ....................................................................... 273
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23. Olga ŁAWIŃSKA, Karina WOLNIAKOWSKA − Cooperation betweencommunities in the municipal waste management on the example of the union of theregion Ostróda-Iława “clean environment” ...................................................................... 287
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.114.23
24. Jolanta ŁOPATOWSKA − Planning the implementation of projects in multi projectenvironment using a critical chain .................................................................................... 303
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25. Katarzyna MAREK-KOŁODZIEJ, Iwona ŁAPUŃKA, Dominika JAGODASOBALAK
Planning and execution of production and service projects in a multiprojectenvironment with use of critical chain method .................................................... 317
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26. Joanna MARTUSEWICZ − Implementing models of excellence in sme .................... 335
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27. Sabina MOTYKA, Anna KACZOROWSKA, Jolanta SŁONIEC − Innovations’management in the ict sector enterprises .......................................................................... 347
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28. Mateusz MUSIOŁ, Bogdan DYBAŁA − Implementation of new technologies –strategy in decision making .............................................................................................. 361
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29. Przemysław NOWAK, Bogusław SZLACHETKO – 3D data collection by the useof UAV and analysis of 3D model completeness for complicated architectural objects . 369
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30. Aneta PACHURA − Architecture of changes in enterprises organizational culture ...... 381
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31. Anna PAMUŁA − Knowledge transfer methods applied on Polish energy innovationand efficiency platforms ................................................................................................... 393
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32. Anna RAKOWSKA, Aneta KARASEK − Human resources management practicesand innovativeness of enterprise ...................................................................................... 405
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33. Joanna RZEMPAŁA − The individual and organizational competencies in projectmanagement – the system approach ................................................................................. 417
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34. Marcin SITEK − Risk management of innovative activities on the real estate market . 431
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35. Tomasz SMAL, Robert BALCERZYK − Crisis management system in refersto the use of military units ................................................................................................ 443
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36. Anna STAROSTA − Failure in the management of health projects and programs ....... 455
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37. Waldemar SZCZEPANIAK − Strategic approach to eu projects managementin public technical universities ......................................................................................... 467
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38. Danuta SZWAJCA − Creation of social innovations in the context of buildingthe corporate reputation .................................................................................................... 477
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39. Katarzyna TUBIELEWICZ − Strategic issues for creating and functioningof temporary networks ...................................................................................................... 491
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40. Agnieszka TYLEC − Strategic CSR? ............................................................................. 509
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41. Agnieszka WIDAWSKA-STANISZ − Gamification in sport-recreation servicesas an innovative element of offer ..................................................................................... 523
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42. Dariusz WIELGÓRKA, Małgorzata IDASIAK − Analysis of innovation Polishsector of small and medium enterprises ........................................................................... 537
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43. Karolina WIELICKA-GAŃCZARCZYK − Social responsibility of silesian publichospitals restructuring projects ......................................................................................... 555
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44. Marek WIRKUS, Piotr ZEJER − Determinants of using agile methodologiesin an enterprise ................................................................................................................. 569
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45. Katarzyna WITCZYŃSKA − Data identification strategies in international trade ...... 583
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46. Katarzyna WITCZYŃSKA − Manage enterprise resources with an integratedresource planning system in the age globalization ........................................................... 591
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47. Karina WOLNIAKOWSKA, Olga ŁAWIŃSKA – Public-private partnership asa way of the public sector and enterprises development in Polandin the years 2009-2016 ..................................................................................................... 601
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48. Paweł WYROZĘBSKI − Longitudinal study of stakeholders engagement practicesin OMBoK guide .............................................................................................................. 617
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49. Marcin WYSKWARSKI − Text mining in analysis of scientific publications ............. 635
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50. Maciej ZASTEMPOWSKI, Waldemar GLABISZEWSKI − Marketinginnovations of Polish small and medium enterprises ....................................................... 649
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51. Grzegorz ZIELIŃSKI − Systematic approach of destabilizers' influence on searchfor adaptive balance during the quality improvement process in therapeutic entities ..... 663
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FOREWORD ............................................................................................................................ 9
1. Piotr BERNAT − Creating organizational space in the strategy of horizontal coopetition ........................................................................................................................... 11
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2. Seweryn CICHOŃ – Impact of strategic management on effective functioning of public administration ....................................................................................................... 23
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3. Michał COMPOREK − The strategies of earnings management from the perspective of ownership structure of industrial companies ................................................................... 35
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4. Agnieszka DUDZIAK, Monika STOMA, Leszek RYDZAK − ERP class tools in the strategy of production system management ........................................................................ 53
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5. Renata DUDZIŃSKA-BARYŁA − Decision tree analysis based on prospect theory ..... 67
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6. Helena GASPARS-WIELOCH − A scenario-based shortest path algorithm for optimizing the sequence of choices under uncertainty ........................................................ 83
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7. Bogumiła HNATKOWSKA, Bartłomiej ZALAS − System optimisation based on performance tests ................................................................................................................ 97
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8. Beata HYSA, Bożena GRABOWSKA − The knowledge, skills and potential of public sector employees in one of the social insurance institutes .................................... 109
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9. Agata JAKUBOWSKA − Trust and information asymmetry in relations on financial market – chosen aspects on the basis of banks and their stakeholders ............................ 125
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10. Tadeusz JĘDRZEJCZYK, Agnieszka WOJTECKA, Marzena ZARZECZNABARAN
Opportunities and threats created by public sector for strategies of development of public health providers in the field of e-health and telemedicine .......... 135
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11. Izabela JONEK-KOWALSKA, Marian TUREK − Matrix risk estimation in industrial perspective based on Polish coal mining ..................................................... 147
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12. T. Bartosz KALINOWSKI – The concept of green business process management in the strategy of organisation .......................................................................................... 161
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13. Stanisław KĘDZIERSKI − Process modelling using fuzzy epistemic and deontic logics ................................................................................................................................ 175
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14. Michał KONOPKA − Directions of the development of alternative protection systems of trademarks ...................................................................................................... 187
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15. Joanna KRAKOWCZYK, Marcin LAWNIK − Applications of Z-numbersin decision making ........................................................................................................... 195
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16. Patrycja KRAWCZYK – Human capital and innovativeness as determinants for further development of SME in Poland ............................................................................ 207
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17. Piotr KURAŚ − Blue ocean strategy tools ...................................................................... 219
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18. Hubert ŁOPUSIŃSKI, Mateusz ŁOPUSIŃSKI, Ireneusz J. JÓŹWIAK – Strategy of programming applications using non-volatile memories and non-volatile memory library ............................................................................................................................... 233
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19. Justyna ŁUKOMSKA-SZAREK – The financial conditions of sustainable development in local governments in gminas of the silesian voivodeship ...................... 239
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20. Paulina MAJOR − Trust as a strategy of coping with uncertainty and risk in enterprises implementing projects ................................................................................ 251
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21. Grzegorz MALINOWSKI − Revival of Strategy – About the impossibility of practising evidence – based policy ............................................................................... 265
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22. Zygmunt MAZUR, Janusz PEC − The use of modified and waged delphi fuzzy method in process of identification characteristics of official statistics ........................................................ 285
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23. Anna MĘCZYŃSKA, Anna MICHNA − Department of organization and management Silesian University of Technology students expectationsand preferences regard to the future work environment in terms of organizationalstructure ............................................................................................................................ 305
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24. Ewa MICHALSKA − Evaluation of the decision alternatives performance underprospect theory ................................................................................................................. 315
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25. Iwona OTOLA − Analysis of the environmental dynamics in the light of choosingthe business strategy of the company ............................................................................... 327
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26. Iwona OTOLA, Katarzyna SZYMCZYK − The opportunity filter as a factorconditioning enterprises internationalization strategies ................................................... 339
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27. Waldemar PASZKOWSKI − The use of acoustic quality assessmentin the management of the road noise reduction project ................................................... 355
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28. Dawid PIECHACZEK, Ireneusz J. JÓŹWIAK − Strategies of providing security in mobile systems ............................................................................................................. 365
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29. Ewa POŚPIECH − Fuzzy modelling in supporting investment decision....................... 375
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30. Leszek RYDZAK, Monika STOMA, Agnieszka DUDZIAK, Marcin
NATONIEWSKI − Strategic importance of capital theory in the control of the production system .................................................................................................. 385
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31. Wioletta SKRODZKA − Analysis of external costs of primary energy production in Poland in the light of EU environmenal and climat targets ......................................... 397
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32. Halina SOBOCKA–SZCZAPA − The digital divide working and decision-making in the organization ............................................................................................................ 409
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33. Anna SROCZYŃSKA-BARON − Empirical researches of chosen calendar effects at online auction service in Poland for category electronics ............................................ 421
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34. Marcin STACHOWIAK, Bogumiła HNATKOWSKA − Model of efficient and scalable integration system ............................................................................................... 435
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35. Monika STOMA, Agnieszka DUDZIAK, Leszek RYDZAK − Applying of CAAT’stechniques for making decisions in the certification process of QMS according to ISO9001: 2015 ........................................................................................................................ 447
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36. Agnieszka STRZELECKA − Application of discriminant analysis to assessseparative ability of determinants of hospitals’ technical efficiency ............................... 457
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37. Malwina STUDZIŃSKA − A tool supporting service design based on design-thinking ................................................................................................................. 469
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.113.37
38. Monika SZYMURA − Management of the work created by an employee in an enterprise ................................................................................................................. 481
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.113.38
39. Bartosz WACHNIK − An analysis of it projects based on contemporary enterprise theories ............................................................................................................................. 491
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.113.39
40. Tomasz WASIELEWSKI, Robert KAMIŃSKI, Ireneusz J. JÓŹWIAK −
Analysis of concepts of changes in enterprise resource planning systems ...................... 507
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41. Paweł WICHARY, Ireneusz J. JÓŹWIAK, Michał SZCZEPANIK − Strategies for low-level concurrent programming of the .net framework .............................................. 517
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.113.41
42. Aneta WŁODARCZYK − Coherent risk measures in the EUA price risk management in the EU ETS companies ................................................................................................ 529
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.113.42
43. Katarzyna ZEUG-ŻEBRO, Monika MIŚKIEWICZ-NAWROCKA − Construction of optimal portfolio based on selected characteristics of chaos theory ........................... 547
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2017.113.43