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  • Company Culture, Knowledge Sharing and Organizational Performance. The Employee’s Perspective

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    - Year 2017

    Knowledge sharing, as a basic prerequisite for knowledge creation, is a dynamic social process characterized by profound human interactions. The process of knowledge sharing can be supported by organizational culture which is a set of values and norms giving identity to each enterprise. As a valuable element of intellectual capital, organizational culture contributes to achieving strategic business goals. The purpose of this article...

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  • Wioleta Kucharska dr hab. inż.

    Wioleta Kucharska holds a position as an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Management and Economics of the Gdansk TECH, Gdansk University of Technology, Fahrenheit Universities Union, Poland. She authored 72 peer-reviewed studies published with Wiley, Springer, Taylor & Francis, Emerald, Elsevier, IGI Global, Routledge, and by members of international conferences committees. She reviews international journals (71 revisions...

  • How to achieve sustainability?-Employee's point of view on company's culture and CSR practice

    The people are the company. This study aims to examine the structure of relationships between company culture, performance, corporate social responsibility (CSR), and reputation, as seen from the employee's perspective, to determine which company culture factors most influence CSR practice and, as a result, sustain a company's development and improve its performance. To accomplish this goal, we conducted a survey among employees...

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  • Knowledge Sharing and Organizational Culture Dimensions: Does Job Satisfaction Matter?

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    The aim of this study is to examine how job satisfaction influences the relationship between company performance, knowledge sharing, and organizational culture, perceived through the prism of Hofstede’s cultural dimensions, controlled by company size and staff position. A survey of 910 Polish employees (mainly knowledge workers) with different roles and experiences across different industries was conducted. The data were analyzed...

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  • Knowledge management driven leadership, culture and innovation success – an integrative model

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    - Year 2015

    Purpose – This article examines the relation between knowledge management (KM) driven leadership, culture and innovation success of knowledge-intensive small and medium sized companies. By building on the previously reported research on leadership, culture, innovation, and knowledge management, we synergistically integrated KM-driven leadership and innovation success while exploring the meditational role of culture in that. Design/methodology/approach...

  • Relationships between stakeholder pressure, culture, and CSR-practices in the context of project management in the construction industry in Poland

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    • R. Kowalczyk

    - Year 2019

    The study aims to investigate how CSR-stakeholder pressure, CSR-company culture, and CSR-practices are related to one another based on the example of the construction industry in Poland. This knowledge will make it possible to assess which of the two factors, i.e., stakeholder culture or the internal company culture have a stronger effect on the CSR-practices. To accomplish the goal of the study a sample composed of 216 cases was...

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  • Computational Simulation of the Effects of Different Culture Types and Leader Qualities on Mistake Handling and Organisational Learning

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    - Year 2023

    This chapter investigates computationally the following research hypotheses: (1) Higher flexibility and discretion in organisational culture results in better mistake management and thus better organisational learning, (2) Effective organisational learning requires a transformational leader to have both high social and formal status and consistency, and (3) Company culture and leader’s behavior must align for the best learning...

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  • An Adaptive Network Model Simulating the Effects of Different Culture Types and Leader Qualities on Mistake Handling and Organisational Learning

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    - Year 2022

    This paper investigates computationally the following research hypotheses: (1) Higher flexibility and discretion in organizational culture results in better mistake management and thus better organizational learning, (2) Effective organizational learning requires a transformational leader to have both high social and formal status and consistency, and (3) Company culture and leader's behavior must align for the best learning effects....

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  • An Adaptive Network Model Simulating the Effects of Different Culture Types and Leader Qualities on Mistake Handling and Organisational Learning

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    - Year 2023

    This paper investigates computationally the following research hypotheses: (1) Higher flexibility and discretion in organizational culture results in better mistake management and thus better organizational learning, (2) Effective organizational learning requires a transformational leader to have both high social and formal status and consistency, and (3) Company culture and leader’s behavior must align for the best learning effects....

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  • The Mediation Function of Job Satisfaction's between Organizational Culture Dimensions and Knowledge Sharing

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    - Year 2018

    It is commonly acknowledged that organizational culture is a valuable element of intellectual capital and as a hidden source of competitive advantage can considerably affect the achieving of strategic business goals. The axiological dimension of organizational culture is mostly identified with a set of shared assumptions and values, while work practices mainly define its behavioral dimension. Both these dimensions influence, among...

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  • The Cultures of Knowledge Organizations: Knowledge, Learning, Collaboration (KLC)

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    - Year 2023

    This book focuses on seeing, understanding, and learning to shape an organization’s essential cultures. The book is grounded on a fundamental assumption that every organization has a de facto culture. These “de facto cultures” appear at first glance to be serendipitous, vague, invisible, and unmanaged. An invisible and unrecognized de facto culture can undermine business goals and strategies and lead to business failures. The authors...

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  • Business continuity management framework for Industry 4.0 companies regarding dependability and security of the ICT and ICS/SCADA system

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    - Year 2021

    This chapter addresses a business continuity management (BCM) framework for the Industry 4.0 companies including the organizational and technical solutions, regarding the dependability and security of the information and telecommunication technology (ICT), and the industrial control system (ICS) / supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system. These technologies and systems play nowadays important roles in modern advanced...

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  • The KLC Cultures, Tacit Knowledge, and Trust Contribution to Organizational Intelligence Activation

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    - Year 2023

    In this paper, the authors address a new approach to three organizational, functional cultures: knowledge culture, learning culture, and collaboration culture, named together the KLC cultures. Authors claim that the KLC approach in knowledge-driven organizations must be designed and nourished to leverage knowledge and intellectual capital. It is suggested that they are necessary for simultaneous implementation because no one of...

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  • Corporate social responsibility practices incomes and outcomes: Stakeholders' pressure, culture, employee commitment, corporate reputation, and brand performance. A Polish–German cross‐country study

    This study aims to compare employee perception of corporate social responsibility (CSR) practice incomes and outcomes in the construction industry in Poland and Germany. It proposes a model that examines the influence of stakeholder pressure, culture, and CSR practices on company brand performance, reputation, and employee identification. The findings suggest that the structure of relationships varies for project‐managed construction...

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  • Designing intranet portals as electronic workplaces

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    - Year 2007

    This paper highlights the most important requirements for developing intranet portals, especially in the areas of user interface ergonomics and usability. In specifying relevant usability requirements both perspectives are considered: of company employees and of executives. Best practices are reviewed, regarding successes and failures in intranet absorption, basing on the results on recent research in a number of surveyed Polish...

  • Action Plan “Women”

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    Employees of a company are not the first alternative coming into one’s mind when searching suitable successor for the business. Those belonging to the company’s management group are in many cases asked for their interest in being a successor, but the lower level an employee is in the hierarchy, the less probably he/she is inquired of his/her interest in becoming a successor. The contemporary entrepreneur may have had conflicts...

  • Cognition and Decisional Experience to Support Safety Management in Workplaces

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    Hazards are present in all workplaces and can result in serious injuries, short and long-term illnesses, or death. In this context, management of safety is essential to ensure the occupational health of workers. Aiming to assist the safety management process, especially in industrial environments, a Cognitive Vision Platform for Hazard Control (CVP-HC) is proposed. This platform is a Cyber Physical system, capable of identifying...

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  • Learning from Mistakes. A Study on Maturity and Adaptability to Change

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    - Year 2020

    Learning culture matters; company culture must support continuous improvement. Organizational learning is a process of identifying and modifying mistakes that result from interactions between co-workers. The article aims to explore the learning power via errors, using the level of organizational maturity as a moderator. Companies need to know how organizational maturity may moderate the adaptability to change via the acceptance...

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  • Impact of Cyclist Facility Availability at Work on the Number of Bike Commuters

    The article describes the results of research designed to establish whether cycle provision can influence the number of employees commuting by bike. To that end, employee surveys were conducted in three IT companies in 2012 and 2016. The questionnaire asked about travel behaviour and what the staff thought about their company’s provision of cyclist facilities. Since 2012 each of the companies has moved its head office and the...

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  • How does stakeholder pressure influence CSR-practices? A construction industry model based on a European sample

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    • R. Kowalczyk

    - Year 2020

    The stakeholder pressure is one of the most vital powers which determines CSR implementation and can provide organizations with the motivation to adopt corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy, as the stakeholder theory claims. The current investigation replications Kowalczyk’s (2019) study, who examined the same structure of relations based on the Polish sample. The essence of this replication is to find out whether CSR-...

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  • Branża IT – wyzwania związane z zarządzaniem kapitałem ludzkim

    Artykuł dotyczy procesów zarządzania kapitałem ludzkim w firmach IT, w których największe wyzwania wiążą się z dwoma obszarami: zatrudniania i zatrzymywania specjalistów IT w organizacji. Działy HR prześcigają się w stosowaniu coraz to nowszych rozwiązań, aby pozyskać oraz motywować kompetentnych informatyków do pracy na rzecz firmy. Głównym celem artykułu jest prezentacja działań dotyczących rekrutacji oraz motywowania pracowników...

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  • Contextual Knowledge to Enhance Workplace Hazard Recognition and Interpretation in a Cognitive Vision Platform

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    - Year 2018

    The combination of vision and sensor data together with the resulting necessity for formal representations builds a central component of an autonomous Cyber Physical System for detection and tracking of laborers in workplaces environments. This system must be adaptable and perceive the environment as automatically as possible, performing in a variety of plants and scenes without the necessity of recoding the application for each...

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