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Contemporary Challenges towards Management III - ebook/pdf
Contemporary Challenges towards Management III - ebook/pdf
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Wydawca: Uniwersytet Śląski Język publikacji: polski
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Monografia Contemporary Challenges towards Management III jest zbiorem interesujących prac naukowych poświęconych współczesnemu zarządzaniu widzianemu w różnych aspektach, przy istniejącym turbulentnym otoczeniu – pogłębionym przez obecny kryzys gospodarczy. Zachodzące w tych warunkach w sposób ciągły zmiany, stanowią coraz to nowe wyzwania dla procesów zarządzania – zarówno w skali gospodarki narodowej, jak i każdej organizacji. Szczególnym atutem monografii jest podjęcie przez autorów prac szerokiej, wieloaspektowej dyskusji na temat różnych problemów współczesnego świata biznesu. Wiodące miejsce w rozważaniach zajęły problemy wielokulturowości, kapitału intelektualnego oraz nowych koncepcji zarządzania, zaprezentowane przez międzynarodowe grono autorów – przedstawicieli zarówno teorii, jak i praktyki zarządzania.
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Table of Contents 1 Contemporary Challenges towards Management III 2 Artykuły NR 3067 Table of Contents 3 Contemporary Challenges towards Management III Edited by Joachim Foltys Ľubica Lesáková Maria Uramova Anna Wziątek-Staśko Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego Katowice 2013 Editor of the Series: Zarządzanie i Technologie Informacyjne Barbara Kożusznik Referee Stanisław Tkaczyk Table of Contents 5 Table of Contents Introduction (Joachim Foltys) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 The Face of Multicultural Organization Part One Dana Benčiková, Martina Minárová Cultural intelligence as a learning capability for corporate leadership and man- agement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marián Kika The multicultural partnership with foreign investors teams and their managing – the new element . . . . . . . . . . in strategic . . . . Lena Theodoulides, Gabriela Kormancová The intercultural dimensions of the cultures in transition process in Central and . Eastern Europe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Intellectual Capital and the Contemporary Challenges Part Two Franciszek Grzesiok Remuneration – contemporary dilemmas and challenges Ewa Kowalska-Napora Feminist economics versus managerial phenomenology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ľubica Lesáková Behavioural norms as an element supporting creativity and innovation in small and medium-sized enterprises . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 24 41 63 80 99 6 Table of Contents Dagmara Lewicka Personality and behavioural factors determining the innovative activity of em- ployees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dagmara Lewicka, Anna Liisa Westman Transformative leadership: Narratives from Finnish and Polish universities . Joanna Radosławska, Grzegorz Trąbski Application of Kirkpatrick model in a project re-qualifications of employees . . Antoni Stasch E-management of human capital as a chance of the transforming “brain drain” in to “brain gain” in Silesian region . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Part Three Contemporary Management Concepts Andrzej Baier, Michał Majzner, Jarosław Karch, Michał Kempiński The use of Teamcenter PLM software in managing student projects . Agnieszka Grzesiok-Horosz, Piotr Horosz Selected legal issues of internet sale of goods . . . . . . . Regina Lenart Interactions with the environment as a factor of absorptive capacity . Vanda Máraková, Andreas Drageset The image of Norway as a tourist destination perceived by Slovaks . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 133 153 168 181 203 219 235 Magdalena Pichlak The links between determinants of innovation and organizational performance . 259 Eva Sopková, Jana Vicianová The implementation of corporate social responsibility as an innovative concept applied in the metallurgical industry . . . . . . . . . . . . . 278 Monika Sulimowska-Formowicz Relational capabilities as effectiveness fundamentals in inter-firm cooperation . 293 Jolanta Staszewska The effectiveness of network connections in operations of a cluster . . . . 313 Introduction 7 Introduction The modern world remains a major source of turbulence in the close and dis- tant environment of functioning organization. It is also in a strong correlation with the individual areas, functions and entire organizations. High turbulence not only affects classic organizations, but also organizations that function in virtual space. Occurring changes in the environment pose new challenges for the management process of organizations. There are new issues, areas, compo- nents of the management process and there is redefinition of the previous terms. Huge impact on this hypothesis is the result of: – technical and technological progress, in particular progress in tele-informa- tion technologies; – increasing availability of the Internet and broader bandwidth of it; – cultural factors in the functioning of an organization; – increasing importance of intangible assets in the structure of value (asset structure) of an organization; – defining new organization structure based on outsourcing. Particularly the adoption of the concept of outsourcing strongly determines the construction of the new organization and functioning of existing organiza- tions nowadays, both “classic” and operating in the virtual space. In this deter- mining context, the definition of outsourcing is contracing out of certain func- tions and areas of the organization’s environment, but also as the use of environmental resources, both in the present and in the future. Such concepts as outsourcing, Business Process Outsourcing, Knowledge Process Outsourcing and Management Process Outsourcing, show the contemporary development of organization. These concepts of outsourcing with an enormous share in the structure of all types of outsourcing are those that determine the possibility of addressing current challenges to the process of managing organizations. There is an important aspect associated with the use of outsourcing, i.e. increased in- novative behaviour, reducing the risk of functioning and increasing the compet- 8 Introduction itiveness of individual organizations. This aspect is of major importance for the small and medium-sized enterprises, and taking into account its importance for the economies of individual countries, it remains one of the most significant phenomena in the management of modern organizations. Another problem is the problem of conflict in the formation of certain methods, concepts in the function of individual organizations. It is connected with definable contradictions, on the one hand between quality assurance sys- tems, information systems, expert systems, systems of created functions of or- ganization and its members arising from corporate governance, planned career paths and other workers, etc., on the other hand, on creating innovative, cre- ative behaviours of employees and the entire organization (improving systems, e.g. Kaizen method, management by objectives, incentive systems built on the creativity of individuals and others). This area in the functioning of an organi- zation is very difficult to reconcile and requires a redefinition of the function- ing and structure of modern organizations. Another issue in the management of organizations is its effectiveness, in- cluding in particular the mapping of processes and in this context, defining metrics and indicators to assess the process. At the moment, we can observe two trends: first, a very complex one (detailed description of the defined pro- cesses or functions), and second, a tendency to an overall (holistic) assessment of the effectiveness of the organization. On the one hand, we build systems for very specific metrics indicators (early warning systems for organizations) of the other building assessment systems based on indicators of comprehensive, e.g. EVA which have many processes in its structure. It is a big challenge to define metrics for the assessment and mapping processes in classic and con- temporary organizations operating in the virtual space, taking into account i.a. the use of outsourcing. Great challenge to the management process of modern organizations is the issue of intangible assets, called by some scholars – the intellectual capital of organization. The organizations create much more intangible fixed assets (with a growing involvement in the asset structure). It provides the opportunity to de- velop (generates innovation in the behaviour of an organization) but at the same time, it expands conditions of uncertainty by the greater amount of inter- action with the environment. The following defined challenges of contemporary organizations depict many new areas of research that should be redefined or defined once again. Joachim Foltys Executive Editor: Krystian Wojcieszuk Cover Designer: Magdalena Starzyk Technical Editor: Małgorzata Pleśniar Proofreader: Sabina Stencel Typesetter: Edward Wilk Copyright © 2013 by Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego All rights reserved ISSN 0208-6336 ISBN 978-83-226-2188-9 (print edition) ISBN 978-83-8012-217-8 (digital edition) Published by Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego ul. Bankowa 12B, 40-007 Katowice www.wydawnictwo.us.edu.pl e-mail: wydawus@us.edu.pl First impression. Printed sheets: 20.5. Publishing sheets: 25.5. Offset paper, grade III, 90 g Price: 46 zł (+ VAT) Printing and binding: PPHU TOTEM s.c. M. Rejnowski, J. Zamiara ul. Jacewska 89, 88-100 Inowrocław
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