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How to improve innovativeness of small and medium enterprises
Vojko Potočan, Matjaž Mulej, 2009, original scientific article

Abstract: Small and medium enterprises cannot avoid the global economy and its demand for innovative business as a precondition for competitiveness. Given their small size and related pool of professionals, small and medium enterprises need to work very hard on their staff's innovativeness and related personal traits. Making a small and medium enterprise successful must be considered as an invention-innovation-diffusion process that tackles both the businesses mix of the given size, and the small and medium enterprise as an entrepreneurial achievement. Thus, all preconditions concerning both the content and the process of innovation must be considered, which requires the requisite holism and, therefore, systemic rather than one-sided thinking/behavior of the usual specialists. Hence, values/culture/ethics/normsof owners, entrepreneurs, managers and their co-workers must also be innovated along with their knowledge. Then, interdisciplinary creative cooperation can result from cultural and professional differences.
Keywords: innovation, innovativeness, innovative business, business, company business, company, small business, medium-sized enterprises
Published in DKUM: 04.07.2017; Views: 1058; Downloads: 382
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Some of the main factors of innovative renewal of companies' operations
Igor Hustič, Matjaž Mulej, 2010, original scientific article

Abstract: Problems cannot be solved by the mentality that has caused them, such as neglecting the non-technological innovation. Often, innovative renewal of companies' operations is urgently needed. Overcoming the consequences of the global economic and financial crisis cannot be successful without innovation of the values, culture, business ethics and norms of all their important stakeholders. We suggest a new synergy of methods aimed at renewal of business processes in an innovative way by using the dialectical systems theory approach. We combine BSC, ISO 9000, the method 'learning company' and USOMID. Literature so far has not made it clear that those approaches can complement each other and jointly contribute to renewal of business operations according to the requirement of the requisite holism.
Keywords: business process, innovative management, renewal, modern dialectics, innovation of VCEN
Published in DKUM: 10.07.2015; Views: 1057; Downloads: 309
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