wtorek, 31 marca 2020

Number 138



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1. Robert BALCERZYK – Knowledge management and intellectual capital of the organisation …………………………………………………………………….
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2. Piotr BERNAT – Coopetition of services and the development strategy for competitive industries ……………………………………………………………..
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3. Krzysztof CZYRKA, Józef FRĄŚ – Automation in purchasing processes and customer reflection ………………………………………………………………..
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4. Magdalena GĘBCZYŃSKA – Leadership and project success in project–based organization. a fuzzy–set analysis …………………………………………………….
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5. Tomasz GRZEGORCZYK, Robert GŁOWIŃSKI – External patent exploitation strategies: motives and forms …………………………………………………………
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6. Patrycja HĄBEK – Development of corporate social responsibility in Visegrad group countries ………………………………………………………………………..
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7. Piotr HETMAŃCZYK – Digitalization as a process shaping the future of national labor markets and education systems. Results of national survey research …………...
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8. Anna Maria HORODECKA, Monika ODLANICKA-POCZOBUTT – Measurement of quality services in courts – the servqual method ……………………
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9. Konrad KOLEGOWICZ – The influence of investment decisions on changes in employment in production enterprises in Poland …………………………………..
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10. Tomasz KOLAWALCZYK – Software development projects as an engine of growth for organization’s business values …………………………………………
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11. Dorota KUREK – Attributes of uniformed services as employers on the Polish labour market – the perspective of the generation Z ………………………………….
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12. Anna KWIOTKOWSKA – Effect of contextual factors on science–industry R&D cooperation. A fuzzy-set analysis ……………………………………………………..
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13. Ryszard MARSZOWSKI, Leszek DROBEK – Automation of industrial processes and its impact on the labor market and education – selected aspects …………………
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14. Anna MUSIOŁ-URBAŃCZYK, Barbara SORYCHTA-WOJSCZYK – Support for the development of member municipalities metropolis GZM with application of the metropolitan solidarity fund ………………………………….
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15. Roman E. NIESTRÓJ – Two-dimensional model of the composition of marketing instruments …………………………………………………………………………….
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16. Bartosz ORZEŁ, Radosław WOLNIAK– Overview of greenwashing methods and tools used in Polish and world enterprises ………………………………………..
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17. Krystyna PIENIAK-LENDZION – The analysis of road accidents and selected aspects of Polish road safety …………………………………………………………..
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18. Katarzyna SZUPER – The importance and acquisition of information in the light of benchmarking ………………………………………………………………………
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19. Joanna TABOR-BŁAŻEWICZ – Internal conditioning of talent management in large enterprises …………………………………………………………………….
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20. Radosław WOLNIAK – The problems of quality of working life measure …………
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poniedziałek, 16 marca 2020

Number 140



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1. Alexander AMOSHA, Viacheslav LІASHENKO, Iryna PIDORYCHEVA– Inter-regional and cross-border spaces in the context of smart specialization ………..
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2. Michał BOCZEK – The state of law or the law of the state? ………………………..
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3. Małgorzata BURCHARD-DZIUBIŃSKA, Igor DZIUBIŃSKI – Use of economic incentives in development of circular economy in municipal waste management ……
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4. Helena ČIERNA – Evaluation of mechanisms of ethical credibility in selected subjects in Slovakia …………………………………………………………………...
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5. Piotr WERYŃSKI, Dorota DOLIŃSKA-WERYŃSKA – Innovation as a remedy to group ressentiments inside an organization. Report from focus group interview ….
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6. Igor DZIUBIŃSKI – Determinants of consumer inclusion into circular economy. Case study of city of Lodz …………………………………………………………….
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7. Dorota FRAŃCZAK, Ewelina LECH – Juridical and social aspects of the legalization of cannabis for medical use ………………………………………..
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8. Wioleta GAŁAT – Behavior on the labor market in Poland in analysis of behavioral economy ……………………………………………………………………………….
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9. Anna HORZELA – The cluster as a socially responsible entity …………………….
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10. Agnieszka JANIK, Adam RYSZKO, Marek SZAFRANIEC – Smart and sustainable cities: in search of comprehensive theoretical framework ………………..
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11. Sylwia JAROSŁAWSKA-SOBÓR – Megatrends – challenges and threats for the contemporary labour market …………………………………………………..
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12. Izabela JONEK-KOWALSKA – Identification of budgetary sources of risk in Polish smart cities. Practical approach ……………………………………………..
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13. Marcin KLIMSKI – Donor-recipient in the human-nature relationship. Educational aspect …………………………………………………………………….
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14. Bartłomiej KNOSALA – A question about a new narrative in the context of the concept of axial periods. The thought of Raimon Panikkar in the interpretation of Evertt Cousins ……………………………………………………………………...
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15. Alla LOBANOVA, Valeryj KARYTKA – Environmental responsibility as a factor in sustainable development of industrial resources (based on the example of Kryvyi Rih, Ukraine) ………………………………………………………………………….
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16. Izabela MARSZAŁEK-KOTZUR – Tischnerian land husbandry. Ethical aspects of management of the environment …………………………………………………...
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17. Aneta MICHALAK – Innovativeness as a system of mutually related resources and activities of the enterprise ……………………………………………………………..
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18. Anna MUSIOŁ – Principles of comprehensive self-renewal by Stephen R. Covey in the perspective of ancient greek παιδεία and the ideal of καλοκάγαθία ……………
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19. Małgorzata NADZIAKIEWICZ – New technologies and quality in healthcare …...
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20. Marek NIEZABITOWSKI – MEAP as a method of assessing institutions for elderly people ……………………………………………………………………...
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21. Józef OBER, Piotr SAKIEWICZ, Ewa ŻYŁAJTYS – Students on the temporary labour market – pilot study ……………………………………………………………
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22. Zbigniew ORBIK – Human rights in the light of the concepts of natural law ………
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23. Łukasz RĄB – Contemporary faces of capitalism: from homo oeconomicus to homo ecologicus ……………………………………………………………………………..
285
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24. Karolina RĄB-KETTLER – Millenial organizations ……………………………….
293
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25. Mykola ROHOZA, Oleksandra KUZMENKO, Volodymyr ROHOZA – The model of the sustainable development of the community ………………………..
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26. Lukáš SIEGEL – Technology and disability. The enrichment of human rights ……..
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27. Barbara SKOCZYŃSKA-PROKOPOWICZ – Implementing smart city programmes, and how the rules are perceived by the population, using the city of Rzeszów as the model ……………………………………………………………...
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28. Brygida SMOŁKA-FRANKE – Metropolitan peripheries or the issue of revitalisation of cities ………………………………………………………………….
341
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29. Agnieszka SOBOL – Quality of life in theory and practice of sustainable development …………………………………………………………………………...
351
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30. Nina STĘPNICKA – The theory of the houeshold production by Hazel Kyrk and its contemporary importance for the economy of the 21st century, including the financial security of the state ……………………………………………………...
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31. Volodymyr TKACHENKO, Iryna TKACHENKO, Maryna KLYMCHUK – Forecasting analytic model of construction energy cluster development in Ukraine
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32. Oleksandr VYSHNEVSKYI, Viacheslav LIASHENKO, Oleksandr AMOSHA – The impact of Industry 4.0 and AI on economic growth ……………………………...
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33. Radosław WOLNIAK – Internet usage in the recruitment and selection of employees …………………………………………………………………………..
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34. Mariusz ZIELIŃSKI – Financial results of socially responsible companies listed on Warsaw Stock Exchange …………………………………………………………..
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wtorek, 25 lutego 2020

Number 137

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1. Janusz ADAMCZYK, Mirosław GULBA, Michał SĄSIADEK, Wojciech BABIRECKI, Małgorzata ŚLIWA, Michał OCIEPA – Rubber waste management ……………………………………………………………
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2. Michał BUSZKO, Dorota KRUPA, Malwina CHOJNACKA – Why young people do not use bank products – the case of Poland ………………………………...
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3. Piotr DZIWIŃSKI – Managing intangible assets in the gaming industry enterprise ..
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4. Piotr GRUDOWSKI, Małgorzata Z. WIŚNIEWSKA – Lean management in higher education institutions. How to begin? ………………………………………
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5. Katarzyna JOACHIMIAK-LECHMAN, Anna LEWANDOWSKA, Alina MATUSZAK-FLEJSZMAN – Life cycle-based classification as a simplified approach for improving the environmental impact of products ………………………
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6. Paulina JURGIEWICZ – Analysis of charges for the unloading of oil residues from sea-going ships to port reception equipment on selected examples …………………..
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7. Ryszard MARSZOWSKI – Dual education system in a knowledge-based economy ..
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8. Mateusz MIERZEJEWSKI, Jakub GARNCARZ – Impact of exchange rates and oil prices on the valuation of companies from the TSL sector …………………...
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9. Mateusz MIERZEJEWSKI, Martyna ŻAK – Concept of social responsibility as an instrument of stabilising the macroeconomic situation of enterprises …………..
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10. Regina Zsuzsánna REICHER – Brainbay centre – responsibility from two sides ….
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11. Artur SWIERCZEK – Using the concept of embeddedness to theorise the resource-based competitive advantage of triadic supply chains with a structural hole …………
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12. Aleksandra SYRYT, Agnieszka KLIMSKA – Ethical and legal conditions of sustainable development – the perspective of primary EU law and the case law of the court of justice of the European Union in matters of environmental protection
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13. Małgorzata SZTORC – Strategic choices of family hotel enterprises as a part of the development strategy …………………………………………………………...
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14. Jacek WITKOWSKI – The engagement of commune self-governments in the functioning of legal forms of environmental protection by the example of selected communes in the Lubelskie voivodship …………………………………..
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15. Radosław WOLNIAK – Planning in ISO 9001:2015 ………………………………..
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16. Radosław WOLNIAK – Support in ISO 9001:2015 ………………………………...
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17. Marcin WYSKWARSKI – Business intelligence – publication analysis using the R language ………………………………………………………………………...
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18. Agnieszka ZIERNICKA-WOJTASZEK, Karol KRÓL, Dariusz ZDONEK – Valorisation of a district area for tourism and recreation – a case study ……………...
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piątek, 14 lutego 2020

WYZWANIA I UWARUNKOWANIA ZARZĄDZANIA INTELIGENTNYMI MIASTAMI

 red. Izabela JONEK-KOWALSKA
Wydawnictwo Politechniki Śląskiej, Gliwice, 2019.


WSTĘP…………………………………………………………………………………...
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SMART CITY JAKO OBSZAR WYZWAŃ EDUKACYJNYCH
Jan Kaźmierczak……………………………………………………………….….....
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HOLISTYCZNE PODEJŚCIE DO ROZWOJU INTELIGENTNYCH MIAST
Izabela Jonek-Kowalska, Radosław Wolniak ……………………………………......
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SPOŁECZNY WYMIAR SMART CITY Aleksandra Kuzior, Bartosz Sobotka………………………………………………...
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ROLA OPINII MIESZKAŃCÓW ZABRZA W ZARZĄDZANIU ŚRODOWISKIEM MIEJSKIM
Jolanta Ignac-Nowicka)…………………………………………………………...…
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WYZWANIA STOJĄCE PRZED PRZEDSIĘBIORSTWAMI DOSTARCZAJĄCYMI ROZWIĄZANIA PRODUKTOWO-USŁUGOWE DLA SMART CITY
Mirosław Matusek ………………………………………………………………….
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ROZWÓJ INTELIGENTNYCH MIAST W POLSCE W KONTEKŚCIE NIEZRÓWNOWAŻONYCH BUDŻETÓW JEDNOSTEK SAMORZĄDU TERYTORIALNEGO
Izabela Jonek-Kowalska……………………………………………………………...
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TWORZENIE WARUNKÓW DLA ROZWOJU SMART METROPOLII Karolina Mucha-Kuś, Krzysztof Zamasz, Seweryn Tchórzewski…………….
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WYKORZYSTANIE NORMY ISO 37120 DO ZARZĄDZANIA JAKOŚCIĄ ŻYCIA W MIEŚCIE
Radosław Wolniak…………………………………………………………………...
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ZAKOŃCZENIE ……………………………….……………………………………...
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sobota, 8 lutego 2020

Contemporary management in extractive industries - multidimensional and practical approach

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Contemporary management in extractive industries - multidimensional and practical approach
edited by Izabela JONEK-KOWALSKA
Wydawnictwo Politechniki Śląskiej, Gliwice, 2019.

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Part I.
ASSESSMENT OF COMPETITIVENESS IN EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES: METHODS OF MEASUREMENT AND STRENGTHENING TOOLS…………………………………………….
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Comparative analysis of competitive advantages of Russian fertilizer companies
(Diana DMITRIEVA, Andrzej KRASLAWSKI, Alina ILINOVA)………....
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Gap-analysis of the Russian federation coal industry
(Yurii VASILEV)……………………………………………………………..
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The competitive edge of the knowledge management system in the organizational capital of an industrial company
(Tatyana PONOMARENKO, Izabela JONEK-KOWALSKA, Oksana MARININA)………………………………………………………..
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Development of a methodology for assessing the effectiveness of arctic LNG projects based on the specifics of their implementation
(Olga EVSEEVA, Alexey CHEREPOVITSYN)……………………………..
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Sources of value creation of a mining enterprise
(Jolanta BIJAŃSKA, Krzysztof WODARSKI)……………………………....
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Remedial restructuring as a way to extend the final stage of an enterprise based on the example of Polish hard coal mining
(Izabela JONEK-KOWALSKA)………………………………………………
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Part II.
IMPROVEMENT OF PRODUCTIVITY IN EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES WITH THE USE OF ORGANIZATIONAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL METHODS……………………………………..…
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Consolidation in the hard coal mining sector: case study
(Marta PODOBIŃSKA-STANIEC, Patrycja BĄK)……………………..…
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Parallax effect in research on community of practice
(Jacek BENDKOWSKI)…………………………………………………...….
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The optimal structure of coal output in a group of collieries
(Adam GUMIŃSKI, Adam BOSOWSKI)………………………………..….
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Studying of the impact of calcium synthetic silicates and hydrated silicates structure on sorption processes
(Alyona KUZHAEVA, Natalia DZHEVAGA, Igor BERLINSKII)………....
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Removal and separation of lanthanides in polycomponent systems by ion flotation method
(Natalia DZHEVAGA, Olga LOBACHEVA)…………………………..…..
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Mining output stream rate in the function of probability – calculations scheme for bidirectional shearer cutting
(Ryszard SNOPKOWSKI, Marta SUKIENNIK, Aneta NAPIERAJ)……...
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Theory of inventory management with a view of stochastic models (Barbora FRANKOVÁ, Vojtěch MEIER)…………………………………....
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Part III.
SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF MANAGEMENT IN EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES………………..…
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The Corporate Social Responsibility practices in Australian mining sector
(Radosław WOLNIAK)………………………………………….…………...
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The relationship between indicators of non-financial reporting of polish companies
(Marta PODOBIŃSKA-STANIEC)…………………………….…………..
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Management of social infrastructure objects of the mining companies on newly-developed territories
(Marina NEVSKAYA, Tatiana PONOMARENKO, Tatiana KOSOVTZEVA)……………………………………..………….......
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http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/mon.2019.1.16
17.The issues related to occupational health and safety culture in the mining industry
(Patrycja BĄK, Marta SUKIENNIK, Mariusz KAPUSTA)……..…………
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Survey of staffing needs to implement projects on the Arctic Shelf
(Alexey FADEEV, Anna TSVETKOVA, Alexey CHEREPOVITSYN)...…
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http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/mon.2019.1.18
19.Perception of environmental responsibility and risks in oil and gas industry in Russia
(Iuliia GOMAN, Olga KOCHERGINA)…………………..……………….
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wtorek, 28 stycznia 2020

Number 136



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1. Jolanta BARAN – Life cycle approach-based methods – overview, applications and implementation barriers …………………………………………………………..
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2. Piotr BAROSZ, Marta DUDEK-BURLIKOWSKA, Mariola DŹWIGOŁ-BAROSZ, Marek ROSZAK – Organizational aspects for perfecting production processes based on the analysis of changes using the OEE indicator ……………………………………………………………………...
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3. Agnieszka Izabela BARUK – The assessment of previous relationships with offerors vs their perception as initiators of the prosumer activity of final purchasers ……………………………………………………………………………..
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4. Jerzy BARUK – Selected aspects of innovativeness in Polish enterprises …………..
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5. Bernard BIŃCZYCKI – Modern corporate ethics programs. Ferrero group case study …………………………………………………………………………………...
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6. Marek BUGDOL, Tomasz JEMCZURA – Customer satisfaction in retail banking – current and future research trends ………………………………………………………
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7. Anna CIERNIAK-EMERYCH, Agata PIETROŃ-PYSZCZEK – Gamification as a tool to improve the level of occupational safety and health in the company ……..
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8. Henryk DŹWIGOŁ – Restructuring as a determinant of systemic changes in the business development process ………………………………………………….
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9. Mariola DŹWIGOŁ-BAROSZ – A university level educational offer for the ‘Y’ generation successors of Polish family firms – background ………………
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10. Barbara GALIŃSKA – The concept of an intelligent enterprise as a result of the convergence of logistics megatrends …………………………………………...
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11. Sandra GRABOWSKA – Industry 4.0 challenges for the business model ………….
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12. Michalene GREBSKI, Radosław WOLNIAK – Procedures for obtaining an engineering license in the USA and Canada ……………………………………….
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13. Marcin JAKUBIEC – Analysis of use of selected improvement instruments in university management systems ……………………………………………………
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14. Adam JANISZEWSKI – Types of models of activities of knowledge brokers ……..
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15. Izabela JONEK-KOWALSKA – Improving cost management in a mining enterprise. Identification of the directions of necessary changes in the context of the current state diagnosis …………………………………………………………..
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16. Jarosław KACZMAREK – The effectiveness of working capital management strategies in manufacturing enterprises ………………………………………………..
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17. Jadwiga KACZMARSKA-KRAWCZAK – Financing sources of the healthcare sector enterprises’ innovation activity in Łódzkie province …………………………..
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18. Monika KIEĆ, Marek BUGDOL – The application of selected quality toolsi n analysing the reasons for discrepancies in wet refractory mortar manufacture ……. 221
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19. Konrad KOLEGOWICZ, Paweł KRZEMIŃSKI – The influence of financial condition on investment decisions in enterprises in Poland ………………………….. 243
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20. Marcin KOMAŃDA, Agnieszka DZIUBIŃSKA – The use of employees as experts in unusual situations: service SMES prospect ………………………………………... 257
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21. Paweł KOSIŃ – The stakeholders relationships management and the shareholders value maximization …………………………………………………………………… 267
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22. Magdalena KRACZLA – Leadership styles as a mental representation in the context of personality skills ……………………………………………………. 277
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23. Teresa KRAŚNICKA, Izabella STEINEROWSKA-STREB –
Family involvement and innovation in family enterprises …………………………… 289
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24. Agnieszka KRAWCZYK-SOŁTYS – Professional and managerial competence enhancing organizational competences of emergency medical units ………………… 305
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25. Marcin KRZESAJ – Information quality problems on websites ……………………. 323
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26. Anna KWIECIEŃ – Relationships between enterprises and banks ………………… 339
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27. Wojciech LEOŃSKI – Barriers of the implementation of corporate social responsibility in chosen enterprises …………………………………………………... 353
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28. Anna LEWANDOWSKA-CISZEK – Selected aspects of risk management in the context of PRINCE2® methodology – as based upon a project implemented by an enterprise in the sector of industrial automation ……………………………….. 363
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29. Rafał MATWIEJCZUK – About the relationship between resources, capabilities and competences – the resource-based perspective …………………………………... 383
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30. Krzysztof MICHALSKI, Artur GALIK – Reduction of defective products in the production of vibration damper ………………………………………………... 393
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31. Radosław MIŚKIEWICZ– Industry 4.0 in Poland – selected aspects of its implementation …………………………………………………………………. 403
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32. Michał MOLENDA – Assessment of chosen aspects of quality policy in selected industrial enterprises ………………………………………………………………….. 415
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33. Bogdan NOGALSKI, Przemysław NIEWIADOMSKI – Maturity of non-page motivation systems according to Poland's machinery sector companies
from management theory to practice …………………………………………………. 427
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34. Anna PADLOWSKA – Professional activity of women in Polish enterprises ……… 447
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35. Jacek PASIECZNY, Maksym SITNICKI – Causes and consequences of organizational mismatches ………………………………………………………… 457
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36. Jakub PERLAK – Selected management concepts supporting self-organizing teams .. 471
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37. Agata PIETROŃ-PYSZCZEK, Anna CIERNIAK-EMERYCH –
Improvement of the area of OSH in the enterprise – behavioural approach …………. 483
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38. Irena PYKA, Jan PYKA – Security management of systemically important banking institutions inside the European Union financial market ……………………………... 495
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39. Marzena PYTEL-KOPCZYŃSKA – Idea of the best workplace in the context of improving team performance ………………………………………………………. 511
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40. Sebastian SANIUK – The concept of utilizing smes network e-business platforms for customised production in the Industry 4.0 perspective …………………………… 523
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41. Piotr SLIŻ, Martyna BRENNENSTUHL – Assessment of the process maturityof the organization on the example of the shared services centre – a case study …….. 535
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42. Marlena SMUDA-KOCOŃ – Value added of intellectual capital in banks and the hysteresis effect ………………………………………………………………. 551
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43. Dorota SOBOL – The manager’s role in creating innovations in a knowledge-based enterprise ……………………………………………………………………………… 565
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44. Jerzy STADNICKI – Optimization of the choice of technology within the spatial organization of production ……………………………………………………………. 581
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45. Paweł SZEWCZYK – Application of blockchain technology in supply chain management …………………………………………………………………………... 591
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46. Małgorzata SZYMANSKA-BRALKOWSKA, Ewa MALINOWSKA –
The use of selected Green Lean instruments to improve catering services …………... 601
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47. Krzysztof S. TARGIEL – Multicriteria support of project scheduling in programs ... 609
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48. Marta TUTKO – Quality culture research in higher education – literature review .. 619
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49. Piotr TWOREK, Rafał PORC – On the nature of risk and risk management in social welfare homes as public providers of social services in Poland ……………. 631
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50. Jerzy WĄCHOL – Modern management methods and process organization in a global enterprise ………………………………………………………………….. 643
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51. Karolina WIELICKA-GAŃCZARCZYK – Factors affecting the image of hospitals – literature analysis ………………………………………………………. 653
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52. Radosław WOLNIAK – Main problems of business enterprise internationalization .. 665
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53. Katarzyna ZADROS – Man as the subject of management – in the opinion of students of Economy 4.0 …………………………………………………………... 675
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54. Czesław ZAJĄC – Human capital management of contemporary enterprises.Threats and opportunities ……………………………………………………………... 687
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55. Katarzyna ŻĄK – Implementation of corporate governance principles compliant with OECD standards in public companies in Poland and Hungary …………………. 693
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