wtorek, 28 stycznia 2020

Number 136



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Foreword ………………………………………………………………………………….
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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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