ARTYKUŁ PRZEGLĄDOWY
KOMUNIKACJA I ZARZĄDZANIE WIEDZĄ W INNOWACYJNYCH PRZEDSIĘBIORSTWACH – PRZEGLĄD LITERATURY
 
Więcej
Ukryj
1
National University of Political Studies and Public Administration in Bucharest Faculty of Management
2
Military University of Technology, Faculty of Security, Logistics and Management
Data publikacji online: 29-06-2020
Data publikacji: 29-06-2020
 
NSZ 2020;15(2):41–55
 
SŁOWA KLUCZOWE
DZIEDZINY
STRESZCZENIE
Głównym celem opracowania jest wskazanie, w jaki sposób komunikowanie się z głównymi interesariuszami w innowacyjnych przedsiębiorstwach wpływa na zarządzanie wiedzą i wymianę wiedzy w procesach innowacyjnych. Metody badawcze to krytyczna analiza literatury, a także synteza. Na podstawie przeprowadzonych analiz wskazano, że zarządzanie wiedzą i dzielenie się wiedzą mają kluczowe znaczenie dla procesów innowacyjnych i powinny wykorzystywać potencjał ICT. Ponadto, komunikowanie się z interesariuszami – z wykorzystaniem zarówno tradycyjnych, jak i nowoczesnych środków komunikowania się – powinno być wdrażane w procesach innowacyjnych. Tradycyjne formy komunikowania się z interesariuszami nie powinny być deprecjonowane. Forma komunikacji determinuje procesy zarządzania wiedzą, więc powinna ona wynikać z możliwości, potrzeb i ograniczeń różnych grup zainteresowanych stron, a także samego przedsiębiorstwa.
 
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