Contemporary organisation and management. Challenges and trends

Anna Michałkiewicz
Wioletta Mierzejewska

Jarosław Karpacz

ISBN 978-83-8220-333-2

Łódź University Press, Łódź 2020

Contents (open acces)


Anna Michalkiewicz, Wioletta Mierzejewska – s. 9

PART 1 Strategic challenges for contemporary organizations

1.1. The importance of technological anxiety for the digital transformation of industrial processing companies in Poland

Michał Młody, Adam Weinert – s. 15

1.2. Challenges faced by SMEs in their digital transformation towards Industry 4.0

Katarzyna Kowalska, Izabela Kowalik – s. 35

1.3. Value capture dynamics – opportunity-driven changes

Marta Najda-Janoszka – s. 49

1.4. Identification of new business models in micro and small enterprises in the energy sector

Edyta Ropuszyńska-Surma, Magdalena Węglarz – s. 63

1.5. Challenges of international market selection – the perspective of Mexican and Brazilian multilatinas

João Maciel, Joanna Radomska, Susana Costa e Silva – s. 77

1.6. Dual mission of startups: defining and situating the concept

Monika Sady, Piotr Buła – s. 95

PART 2 Modern approaches, methods and measures supporting management

2.1. Scientific reasoning in management. The role of abduction in research process design

Joanna Szydło – s. 115

2.2. Design Science Approach to Management

Grzegorz Baran – s. 131

2.3. The benefits of an anthropological approach in modern management sciences research

Alicja Kowalska – s. 147

2.4. The application of content analysis as a research method in management sciences

Amadeusz Miązek, Justyna Światowiec-Szczepańska – s. 159

2.5. How to measure SCRES? – the perspective of flexibility and redundancy in relationships with suppliers

Grażyna Wieteska – s. 173

PART 3 Sustainability and CSR as important trends in modern management

3.1. Sustainable Entrepreneurship. Utopian Idea or a New Business Model for the 21st Century?

Letycja Sołoducho-Pelc – s. 205

3.2. Sustainable development of suppliers – a systematic review of the literature

Monika Jedynak, Aneta Kuźniarska, Karolina Mania – s. 221

3.3. The Influence of Corporate Social Responsibility on the Attractiveness of Employers in the Perception of Generation Z

Jolanta Maj, Natalia Kasperek – s. 241

3.4. CSR and RRI – overlapping or complementary management concepts?

Agata Sudolska, Dorota Grego-Planer – s. 253

PART 4 Trends in modern Human Resources Management

4.1. The future of work in automated warehouse from the perspective of the employees

Paulina Bałys, Piotr Buła, Dorota Dziedzic, Marta Uznańska – s. 267

4.2. Role of entities of human resource management in personnel controlling

Izabela Stańczyk, Aneta Kuźniarska – s. 283

4.3. Young Women in Search for Autonomy. New Generation of Female Professionals Entering the Labour Market

Magdalena Łużniak-Piecha, Dorota Wiszejko-Wierzbicka, Agnieszka Golińska, Monika Stawiarska-Lietzau – s. 299

4.4. Beyond gender role stereotypes – the changing view of women in IT managerial positions

Celina Sołek-Borowska – s. 315

4.5. The influence of lean-oriented team performance management practices on lean service requirements

Wojciech Ulrych – s. 331

4.6. Employee Net Promoter Score (eNPS as a Single-item Measure of Employee Work Satisfaction. An Empirical Evidence from Companies Operating in Poland

Piotr Sedlak – s. 347

4.7. Payrolling – outsourcing in human resource management

Agnieszka Herdan, Magdalena M. Stuss – s. 359

PART 5 Other trends and challenges for modern organisations

5.1. Selected aspects of change adoption and of the functioning of business process management offices in enterprises

Agnieszka Bitkowska, Olga Sobolewska – s. 375

5.2. Organizational culture as a risk factor in projects

Katarzyna Piwowar-Sulej – s. 391

5.3. The role of managers in risk management

Piotr Jedynak, Sylwia Bąk – s. 403

5.4. Challenges of dairy cooperatives in the area of sales marketing

Izabela Konieczna – s. 417

5.5. The Vanishing Sector. A Case Study on Private Higher Education Institutions in Poland

Marcin Geryk – s. 433

5.6. The Entrepreneurial University: Conceptualisation, Models and Challenges for Operationalisation of the Concept

Ewa Badzińska – s. 443

5.7. The quality of inter‑organizational relations and the intention of commercialization of knowledge by academic entrepreneurs – a theoretical approach and outline of research

Urszula Kobylińska – s. 461