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Analysis of innovation concepts in Slovenian manufacturing companies
Iztok Palčič, Borut Buchmeister, Andrej Polajnar, 2010, original scientific article

Abstract: Competitive advantages of manufacturing companies are not only generated by R&D based product innovations but also by technical and non-technical process innovations aiming to modernise manufacturing processes. This paper presents the use of selected innovation concepts in Slovenian manufacturing companies. Later we analyse the relationship of the use of selected technical and organisational innovation concepts and companies performance indicators. The results show that R&D expenses and innovation concepts are not always correlated and that there is a difference in innovation concepts utilisation between low, medium and high-tech industries. The data were obtained with The European Manufacturing Survey (EMS) that was conducted in 2009 within nine European countries. For the purpose of this paper we use data of Slovenian manufacturing companies.
Keywords: innovation, technical innovation, organisational innovation, company performance
Published: 31.05.2012; Views: 1012; Downloads: 10
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BUSINESS POTENTIAL OF SOCIAL NETWORK LINKEDIN FOR EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE CASE OF FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS UNIVERSITY OF MARIBOR
Špela Vodušek, 2013, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: FEB is a business university in Slovenia. As a business university is in their profession to keep in touch with the latest trends in social media. To keep their business running and to be successful at it they use social network LinkedIn but not to its full potential. Their problem is unawareness of business potential of social media, LinkedIn in specific. This Diploma seminar is an investigation about how can they use social network LinkedIn to its full potential. At the beginning of the investigation and their situation estimation, we found out that they have a profile on LinkedIn. They existed there as a person. In order to keep a good reputation and exploit all of the LinkedIn benefits they had to change their profile and keep it up to date. Through gathered literature, building FEB’s new LinkedIn profile and featured it live we managed to slowly start exploiting all of the LinkedIn’s business potential.
Keywords: FEB, LinkedIn, Company Page, social media, business potential
Published: 11.11.2013; Views: 962; Downloads: 55
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