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Kako podjetna je Slovenija
Miroslav Rebernik, Polona Tominc, Miroslav Glas, Viljem Pšeničny, final research report

Abstract: Monografija na temelju podatkov Globalnega podjetniškega monitorja ugotavlja, da v letu 2002 slovenska družba ni funkcionirala kot podjetniška družba. Ni še dozorelo spoznanje, da je za uspešen razvoj nujno koordinirano sodelovanje države in podjetnikov, saj nihče ne more prisiliti podjetnika, da bo rasel, zaposloval in se razvijal. Vse to lahko izhaja samo iz njegove osebne motivacije, ki je odvisna od pogojev, ki jih ustvarimo v družbi. Zato je temeljni izziv, ki je pred nami, kako vzpostaviti jasno vizijo dolgoročnega razvoja Slovenije kot podjetne družbe ter ustvariti vzpodbudno okolje, da bi se čimveč ljudi uspešno lotevalo podjetništva. Velja temeljno spoznanje, da preko noči ni mogoče radikalno spremeniti podjetniškega potenciala. Občutne spremembe na bolje zahtevajo vztrajnost, dolgoročnejši napor za učinkovitejše delovanje v vrsti vladnih resorjev in v mnogih delih družbe, ki ustvarjajo ali zavirajo nagib k samostojnosti in ustvarjalnosti. Pomembno je, da je vladna politika do podjetništva konsistentna in zato predvidljiva z vidika posameznikov, ki se odločajo za lastno dejavnost. Pri tem morata usklajeno delovati osrednja vlada in lokalne oblasti.
Keywords: podjetništvo, Globalni podjetniški monitor, podjetniška politika, podjetna družba
Published: 18.01.2017; Views: 539; Downloads: 42
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Organisational factors of rapid growth of Slovenian dynamic enterprises
Viljem Pšeničny, Riko Novak, 2013, original scientific article

Abstract: The authors provide key findings on the internal and external environmental factors of growth that affect the rapid growth of dynamic enterprises in relation to individual key organisational factors or functions. The key organisational relationships in a growing enterprise are upgraded with previous research findings and identified key factors of rapid growth through qualitative and quantitative analysis based on the analysis of 4,511 dynamic Slovenian enterprises exhibiting growth potential. More than 250 descriptive attributes of a sample of firms from 2011 were also used for further qualitative analysis and verification of key growth factors. On the basis of the sample (the study was conducted with 131 Slovenian dynamic enterprises), the authors verify whether these factors are the same as the factors that were studied in previous researches. They also provide empirical findings on rapid growth factors in relation to individual organisational functions: administration - management - implementation (entrepreneur - manager - employees). Through factor analysis they look for the correlation strength between individual variables (attributes) that best describe each factor of rapid growth and that relate to the aforementioned organisational functions in dynamic enterprises. The research findings on rapid growth factors offer companies the opportunity to consider these factors during the planning and implementation phases of their business, to choose appropriate instruments for the transition from a small fast growing firm to a professionally managed growing company, to stimulate growth and to choose an appropriate growth strategy and organisational factors in order to remain, or become, dynamic enterprises that can further contribute to the preservation, growth and development of the Slovenian economy.
Keywords: entrepreneurship, dinamic enterprises, environment, organisational factors
Published: 10.01.2018; Views: 294; Downloads: 135
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