Contemporary organisation and management

    Opis produktu

    Contemporary organizations operate in an increasingly turbulent environment that generates not only predictable changes, but also “black swans”. Winning organisations must be agile, flexible and constantly learning. Changes in the management system cover each of its components, from strategy, through systems, processes, structure, staff, organisational culture and other elements. The management science follow changes both in business environment and in management of organisations. The most important trends are described and new theories emerge.

    The monograph includes 29 articles written by 50 authors presenting different theoretical and empirical studies. In five parts of that book the most important challenges and trends concerning strategie management; modern approaches, methods and measures in management; sustainability and CSR; HR Management; and other were indicated. We believe that content of that book leads us to better understanding challenges and trends of contemporary organisations and management.


    Table of Contents

    Introduction 9

    PART 1. Strategic challenges for contemporary organizations 13
    Michał Młody, Adam Weinert, The importance of technological anxiety for the digital transformation of industrial processing companies in Poland 15
    Katarzyna Kowalska, Izabela Kowalik, Challenges faced by SMEs in their digital transformation towards Industry 4.0 35
    Marta Najda-Janoszka, Value capture dynamics – opportunity-driven changes 49
    Edyta Ropuszyńska-Surma, Magdalena Węglarz, Identification of new business models in micro and small enterprises in the energy sector 63
    João Maciel, Joanna Radomska, Susana Costa e Silva, Challenges of international market selection – the perspective of Mexican and Brazilian multilatinas 77
    Monika Sady, Piotr Buła, Dual mission of startups: defining and situating the concept 95

    PART 2. Modern approaches, methods and measures supporting management 113
    Joanna Szydło, Scientific reasoning in management. The role of abduction in research process design 115
    Grzegorz Baran, Design Science Approach to Management 131
    Alicja Kowalska, The benefits of an anthropological approach in modern management sciences research 147
    Amadeusz Miązek, Justyna Światowiec-Szczepańska, The application of content analysis as a research method in management sciences 159
    Grażyna Wieteska, How to measure SCRES? – the perspective of flexibility and redundancy in relationships with suppliers 173

    PART 3. Sustainability and CSR as important trends in modern management 203
    Letycja Sołoducho-Pelc, Sustainable Entrepreneurship. Utopian Idea or a New Business Model for the 21st Century? 205
    Monika Jedynak, Aneta Kuźniarska, Karolina Mania, Sustainable development of suppliers – a systematic review of the literature 221
    Jolanta Maj, Natalia Kasperek, The Influence of Corporate Social Responsibility on the Attractiveness of Employers in the Perception of Generation Z 241
    Agata Sudolska, Dorota Grego-Planer, CSR and RRI – overlapping or complementary management concepts? 253

    PART 4. Trends in modern Human Resources Management 265
    Paulina Bałys, Piotr Buła, Dorota Dziedzic, Marta Uznańska, The future of work in automated warehouse from the perspective of the employees 267
    Izabela Stańczyk, Aneta Kuźniarska, Role of entities of human resource management in personnel controlling 283
    Magdalena Łużniak-Piecha, Dorota Wiszejko-Wierzbicka Agnieszka Golińska, Monika Stawiarska-Lietzau, Young Women in Search for Autonomy. New Generation of Female Professionals Entering the Labour Market 299
    Celina Sołek-Borowska, Beyond gender role stereotypes – the changing view of women in IT managerial positions 315
    Wojciech Ulrych, The influence of lean-oriented team performance management practices on lean service requirements 331
    Piotr Sedlak, Employee Net Promoter Score (eNPS) as a Single-item Measure of Employee Work Satisfaction. An Empirical Evidence from Companies Operating in Poland 347
    Agnieszka Herdan, Magdalena M. Stuss, Payrolling – outsourcing in human resource management 359

    PART 5. Other trends and challenges for modern organisations 373
    Agnieszka Bitkowska, Olga Sobolewska, Selected aspects of change adoption and of the functioning of business process management offices in enterprises 375
    Katarzyna Piwowar-Sulej, Organizational culture as a risk factor in projects 391
    Piotr Jedynak, Sylwia Bąk, The role of managers in risk management 403
    Izabela Konieczna, Challenges of dairy cooperatives in the area of sales marketing 417
    Marcin Geryk, The Vanishing Sector. A Case Study on Private Higher Education Institutions in Poland 433
    Ewa Badzińska, The Entrepreneurial University: Conceptualisation, Models and Challenges for Operationalisation of the Concept 443
    Urszula Kobylińska, The quality of inter-organizational relations and the intention of commercialization of knowledge by academic entrepreneurs – a theoretical approach and outline of research 461



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