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Editors: Katarzyna Szczepańska-Woszczyna and Zdzisława Dacko-Pikiewicz (Vice-Rector and Dean of Applied Sciences, University of Dabrowa Górnicza, Dąbrowa Górnicza, Poland, and others)
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Schumpeter's concept of innovation was the starting point for further study, reflections and analyses on the importance of innovation in the economy.
Nowadays, research into innovation captures several significant aspects of innovation: it includes both internally conceived and externally adopted innovation (‘production or adoption’); innovation is stressed as more than a creative process, by including application (‘exploitation’); intended (‘value-added’) benefits are highlighted at one or more levels of analysis; the possibility that innovation may refer to the relative, as opposed to absolute, novelty of an innovation is assumed (an innovation may be common practice in some organizations but it would still be considered as such if it is new to the unit under research); and attention is drawn to the two roles of innovation (a process and an outcome).
The creation and management of innovation has many dimensions that spread to all levels and dimensions of the organization. The conditions that lead to innovation are a combination of processes in an organization that result from internal and external dynamics. Innovation is not only an economic mechanism or a technical process. It is primarily a social phenomenon, the result of various interactions and relationships between individuals; to be implemented, it must obtain public approval as it changes paradigms, both in ways of thinking, production, organization and management, as well as in consumption.
The process of innovation is the implementation of innovation in the social system of organization that has specific conditions both at the organizational level (e.g., organizational culture or structure), group level (including the leadership style) and individual level (including creativity, knowledge, competencies, personality, and learning). Innovation management at various levels of the organization, the effective harmonization of innovation process management and innovation management from different levels of decision-making will create a synergy effect. It is therefore necessary to take into account the complexity of the research subject and include the actual problems resulting from the needs of multi-level innovation management and respect for the diversity of its conditions in the research.
The issues addressed in this book are:
- identifying key trends in the theory and practice of innovation management
- defining key ontological beings and their use in innovation management
- presenting the new dimensions of innovation management as seen through the eyes of the international authors of individual chapters
- the possibility of applying solutions to problems addressed in this monograph

The editors and authors hope that the presented combination of theory and practice will satisfy the needs of readers, in particular managers of modern companies, business consultants and researchers. (Nova)


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Table of Contents:
Introduction

Chapter 1. Innovation as an Impetus to Change in Organization Management (pp. 1-20)
(Anna Francik, Katarzyna Szczepańska-Woszczyna and Zdzisława Dacko-Pikiewicz)

Chapter 2. Determinants of Innovative Development (pp. 21-32)
(Zbigniew Jan Makieła)

Chapter 3. Determinants of Innovative Activities of Enterprises (pp. 33-54)
(Anna Wolak-Tuzimek)

Chapter 4. The Organizational Factors of the Innovativeness of Enterprises in a Strategic Perspective (pp. 55-78)
(Danuta Rojek)

Chapter 5. Supporting Small Business Act Initiative in Slovakia in the Field of Innovation (pp. 79-92)
(Ľubica Lesáková)

Chapter 6. Social Innovativeness of Selected SMEs in Poland: A Comparative Case Study (pp. 93-122)
(Ryszard Borowiecki, Barbara Siuta-Tokarska and Tomasz Kusio)

Chapter 7. Socially Responsible Innovations in the Process of Building the Value of Cultural Organizations (pp. 123-142)
(Łukasz Wróblewski)

Chapter 8. The Development of the Innovative Network Centred Approach and the Concept of the Open Innovation University (pp. 143-168)
(Gabriela Kormancová, Lenka Theodoulides and Lukasz Arendt)

Chapter 9. Selected Aspects of Human Capital in Business Innovation Processes (pp. 169-204)
(Vladimíra Klementová, Lenka Hvolková, Marcela Kovaľová and Ladislav Klement)

Chapter 10. Innovation and Managerial Competencies in Organizations (pp. 205-224)
(Katarzyna Szczepańska-Woszczyna and Waldemar Jędrzejczyk)

Chapter 11. Managerial Effectiveness in People Management for the Perspective of Experienced Happiness and Sense of Life (pp. 225-250)
(Magdalena Kraczla and Anna Porczyńska-Ciszewska)

Chapter 12. The Complexity of Workplace Management Policies in an International Company in the Polish Market (pp. 251-260)
(Bożena Gajdzik)

Chapter 13. Negotiation in M&A. Culture as the Hidden Factor for Success (pp. 261-286)
(Iulian Warter and Liviu Warter)

Chapter 14. A Company’s Culture before M&A. A New Evaluation Framework for Managers’ Perceptions (pp. 287-308)
(Liviu Warter and Iulian Warter)

Chapter 15. Innovations of Tourism Businesses Supported by EU Funds: Fostering Cooperation in Destinations (pp. 309-334)
(Lubos Elexa, Ludmila Elexova, Tomas Gajdosik, Zuzana Gajdosikova and Pavol Kral)

Chapter 16. A Model of Niche Development Management as a Source of Innovation Processes in the Public Sphere (pp. 335-358)
(Franciszek Piontek and Barbara Piontek)

Chapter 17. Resource Constraints of a Welding Company Implementing a New Welding Process with Micro-Jet Cooling (pp. 359-370)
(Bożena Szczucka-Lasota, Bożena Gajdzik and Tomasz Węgrzyn)

Editors' Contact Information (pp. 371-372)

Index (pp. 373)

Total Pages: 375

   Series:
      Economic Issues, Problems and Perspectives
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2018-July
   ISBN: 978-1-53613-516-9
   Status: AV
  
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