Sustainability, Technology and Innovation 4.0
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Sustainability, Technology and Innovation 4.0 is a holistic perception and analysis of innovation at the level of public organizations, innovation in industry and innovation in HR. Its chapters collectively present a thesis that Innovation 4.0 signals a technological revolution that has the opportunity to prevent environmental degradation, and in particular to stop climate warming, the effects of which may disrupt the process of sustainable development.
Uniquely, this edited book offers a comprehensive and multi-faceted examination of Innovation 4.0, fulfilling methodical, empirical and utilitarian goals. The methodological objective is to present tools that allow the identification, analysis and assessment of the relationship between Innovation 4.0 and inspiration that will carry society towards a new economic and social order. Its empirical aim is to enable the analysis and evaluation of the role of public organizations, innovation in industry and innovation in HR in the process of building sustainable development of the global environment. The book’s utilitarian goal is a recommendation for global organizations of Innovation 4.0 as an instrument to stimulate innovative economy.
This is a high-level research book aimed at postgraduates, MBA students, researchers and academics from business colleges and universities, and may also provide valuable strategic perspective for business executives.
Table of Contents
Zbigniew Makieła and Magdalena M. Stuss
INNOVATIONS IN PUBLIC SECTOR
Innovative University 4.0, the Academic Entrepreneur in an Innovative University
The Impact of Innovation 4.0 on Higher Education
INNOVATION IN THE INDUSTRIAL SECTOR
Prerequisites of innovativeness of Industry 4.0
Zbigniew Makieła and Tomasz Kusio
Economic and Institutional Aspects of Industry 4.0 in Poland
Rafał Wisła and Michał Włodarczyk
Challenges for the Development of the Principles of Industry 4.0 in the Context of Occupational Security and Safety - Selected Conditions
REGIONAL INNOVATION SYSTEMS
Regional Innovation on the Example of Małopolska
Transformation in the Management of Municipal Space in the Age of Industrial Revolution 4.0.: From Building Infrastructure to Creating a Friendly Business Space
Innovation 4.0 in Developing SME Strategy
Joanna Dzieńdziora and Małgorzata Smolarek
Open Innovations in the Hotel Chain: A New Value Chain Co-Created with Clients - Seniors, Key Hotel Stakeholders. The Poland Case Study.
Mieczysław Morawski and Urszula Bąkowska-Morawska
Human Resource Management 4.0
Izabela Stańczyk and Magdalena M. Stuss
Competencies in Times of Innovation 4.0
KNOWLEDGE AND INNOVATION
Knowledge and Innovation 4.0 in Today's Electromobility
QUALITY IN INNOVATION
Innovation 4.0 – on the Path to Modernity, Higher Effectiveness and Quality
Ryszard Borowiecki and Barbara Siuta-Tokarska
Shareholder in creating the value of IT sector companies by shaping organizational culture in the context of the digital economy
Katarzyna Szczepańska- Woszczyna, Wojciech Muras and Marta Pikiewicz
Evolution of Management towards Innovation 4.0 during COVID-19 Pandemic
Zbigniew Olesiński and Agnieszka Rzepka
Zbigniew Makieła is Professor at the oldest Polish university, Jagiellonian University, and is Head of the Organization and Management Department. A member of the Polish Economic Society and a member of the Polish Academy of Sciences o / Kraków. He is Polish economist specializing in innovation management and entrepreneurship.
Magdalena M. Stuss is an academic and didactic employee at Jagiellonian University. She is also a coordinator and supervisor within the frameworks of international programmes for students. Magdalena wrote and participated in writing more 100 scientific dissertations (scientific monographs, chapters and articles). She has participated in 37 research projects, both in domestic and international and conducted as well lectures, and also scientific research in 9 foreign universities.
Ryszard Borowiecki a Professor and a honoris causa doctor of several universities. He is a research worker of the Faculty of Applied Sciences of Akademia WSB in Dąbrowa Górnicza, Poland. He is the author, co - author and editor of almost 600 scientific publications concerning functioning, privatisation, restructuring and valuation of business entities. His scientific interests also cover areas such as economic analysis and diagnosis, strategic and operational management, entrepreneurship, innovativeness or globalisation of business units.