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Strategic management of advanced manufacturing technology
Krsto Pandža, Andrej Polajnar, Borut Buchmeister, 2005, original scientific article

Abstract: The aim of this paper is threefold. First, it discusses the role of advanced manufacturing technology (AMT) within a strategic management context of a manufacturing organisation. Resource-based view is presented as a useful theoretical school for understanding strategic management of AMT. Second, a brief case from a manufacturing organisation is provided to illustrate the debate. In the reported case study, the relevant mechanisms for understanding capability accumulation process and the role of AMT within this process are depicted. Third, a framework of resources and capabilities is proposed in order to increase applicability of presented theoretical ideas.
Keywords: flexible manufacturing technology, strategic management, organisational capabilities, rosource-based view, case study
Published: 01.06.2012; Views: 959; Downloads: 57
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Strategic management in development of youth and women entrepreneurship
Ivan Todorović, Stefan Komazec, Miloš Jevtić, Vladimir Obradović, Miha Marič, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: Background and Purpose: Volume and sophistication of scientific research related to different aspects of entrepreneurship have significantly increased in recent years. Many authors point out the positive influence that development of micro, small and medium enterprises and entrepreneurship has on economic growth and job creation. According to various researchers, youth entrepreneurship and women entrepreneurship are two very important elements of this global phenomenon. The purpose of this paper is to provide the analysis of strategic framework for the support to the development of youth and women entrepreneurship in Serbia. Design/Methodology/Approach: Situational analysis of youth and women employment and examination of official Government strategic documents related to strategic framework for the support to the development of youth and women entrepreneurship in Serbia will be conducted. Results: Concrete activities have to be performed by different stakeholders, mostly non-government organizations. The activity stakeholders are on the bottom of the institutional framework, which provides the support to MSME (Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises) sector that will execute the operations in accordance with the defined strategic framework. Conclusion: Youth-run enterprises provide numerous benefits for society; they reduce youth unemployment and help young people prepare for their future. Female entrepreneurs also have strong economic and social impact.
Keywords: entrepreneurship, MSME sector, strategy, strategic management
Published: 04.04.2017; Views: 357; Downloads: 38
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Innovation of enterprise vision toward social responsibility
Tjaša Štrukelj, Matjaž Mulej, Simona Sternad Zabukovšek, 2012, original scientific article

Abstract: Businesses need new bases and methods taking in account new values, culture, ethics, and norms (VCEN) of humans, leading both humans and businesses to their own requisite holism. This covers also enterprise governance and management and their predisposition to (responsible) enterprise vision (and resulting enterprise policy) we studied. Thus we are researching the formation and development of enterprise vision, the period and wholeness of which are relative. In our discussion we originated in different definitions of vision and we showed a possible development path for it, in order to direct vision towards social responsibility (SR) in enterprise behaviour.
Keywords: enterprise vision, enterprise values, enterprise culture, enterprise ethics, strategic management
Published: 07.07.2017; Views: 350; Downloads: 56
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Application of modern management concepts by Polish companies
Marek Lisiński, Władzimierz Sroka, Paweł Brzeziński, Adam Jabłonski, Joanna Stuglik, 2012, original scientific article

Abstract: Our article presents the results of research on the use of modern management concepts in companies from the so-called traditional sectors of the economy in Lesser Poland and Silesia Voivodeships. The study group consists of 125 companies operating in metallurgy- and steel-related sectors such as machinery, coke, mining and energy. Studies have confirmed that the companies surveyed utilise modern management concepts in their activities, although such utilisation is highly diverse (only one company pointed out that it does not utilise any such concepts). The most popular management concepts are controlling and outsourcing. In contrast, Balanced Scorecard and Business Process Reengineering belong to the group of rarely used strategies.
Keywords: management concept, controlling, outsourcing, TQM, strategic alliance
Published: 28.11.2017; Views: 271; Downloads: 36
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