• Zwinność organizacyjna wobec wyzwań cyfryzacji i problemów współczesnego świata

Zwinność organizacyjna wobec wyzwań cyfryzacji i problemów współczesnego świata

  • Autor: Maria Kocot
  • Wydawca: Difin
  • ISBN: 978-83-8270-298-9
  • Data wydania: 2024
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W dzisiejszym szybko zmieniającym się świecie, cyfryzacja jest kluczowym elementem sukcesu dla organizacji. Aby sprostać wyzwaniom cyfrowej transformacji, organizacje muszą być elastyczne i gotowe do adaptacji do nowych technologii i trendów. Zwinność organizacyjna oznacza zdolność do efektywnego reagowania na zmiany w otoczeniu i szybkiego dostosowania się do nowych warunków.

Wyzwania cyfryzacji mogą obejmować rosnące oczekiwania klientów co do personalizacji usług, konkurencję ze strony nowych graczy na rynku, oraz konieczność ciągłego aktualizowania i rozwijania infrastruktury technologicznej. Organizacje, które nie są wystarczająco zwinne, mogą mieć trudności z utrzymaniem konkurencyjności i zapewnieniem długoterminowego sukcesu.

Zwinność organizacyjna jest również kluczowa wobec problemów współczesnego świata, takich jak zmiany klimatyczne, pandemie, czy napięcia społeczne. Organizacje muszą być gotowe do szybkiego reagowania na takie kryzysy i adaptacji swoich procesów, aby przetrwać i prosperować w trudnych warunkach.

Prezentowana publikacja zawiera szereg analiz i interpretacji, które mają na celu wzbogacenie zrozumienia roli zwinności organizacyjnej w dobie cyfryzacji. Książka ta ma na celu służyć zarówno badaczom, jak i praktykom, oferując nowe perspektywy na temat zwinności organizacyjnej i jej roli w dzisiejszych organizacjach.

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Wprowadzenie

Rozdział 1. Organizacja zwinna w konkurencyjnym środowisku rynkowym

1.1. Zwinność organizacyjna w ujęciu teoretycznym
1.2. Ewolucja koncepcji zwinności
1.3. Atrybuty zwinnych pracowników
1.4. Model organizowania pracy ludzkiej w zwinnej organizacji

Rozdział 2. Zwinność organizacyjna jako odpowiedź na wyzwania cyfryzacji


2.1. Zwinność organizacyjna wobec rozwoju cyfryzacji
2.2. Zwinność organizacyjna a sztuczna inteligencja
2.3. Rozwój kompetencji cyfrowych pracowników w organizacji zwinnej
2.4. Wpływ narzędzi ICT na rozwój zwinności organizacyjnej
2.5. E-commerce a zwinność organizacyjna

Rozdział 3. Wyzwania i problemy współczesnego świata a zwinność organizacyjna


3.1. Zwinność organizacyjna w dobie pandemii COVID-19
3.2. Wpływ wojny na Ukrainie na zwinność organizacyjną polskich przedsiębiorstw: analiza skutków wojny na rozwój polskiego biznesu
3.3. Wdrażanie innowacji w zwinnej organizacji  786 Spis treści
3.4. Zwinność organizacyjna a kształtowanie przewagi konkurencyjnej
3.5. Zwinność organizacyjna w aspekcie zrównoważonego rozwoju organizacji

Rozdział 4. Analiza wyników badań empirycznych. Dyskusja naukowa

4.1. Metodologia badań naukowych
4.2. Wyniki badań empirycznych
4.3. Zwinność organizacyjna wobec wyzwań cyfryzacji i problemów współczesnego świata – dyskusja naukowa
4.4. Implikacje i rekomendacje dla biznesu

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Prof. dr hab. Joanna Rogozińska-Mitrut:

Zwinność organizacyjna wobec wyzwań cyfryzacji i problemów współczesnego świata stanowi wybitnie ważne źródło wiedzy dla każdego, kto interesuje się współczesnymi trendami w zarządzaniu organizacjami. Autorka książki podejmuje się niełatwego zadania zbadania i przedstawienia, jak organizacje mogą i powinny dostosowywać się do dynamicznie zmieniającego się środowiska. (…) Publikacja nie ogranicza się tylko do teorii. Autorka analizuje aktualne problemy, takie jak pandemia czy konflikty zbrojne i ukazuje, jak zwinność organizacyjna może być kluczem do radzenia sobie z nimi. W dzisiejszych czasach nie można mówić o zwinności organizacyjnej bez uwzględnienia wpływu technologii. Autorka z sukcesem łączy te dwa aspekty, wskazując na kluczowe narzędzia i kompetencje niezbędne w cyfrowym świecie.

Prof. dr hab. Janusz Soboń:

Kluczowym i najbardziej innowacyjnym elementem tej monografii jest próba wprowadzenia nowatorskich wzorów i zależności mających na celu kwantyfikację pojęcia zwinności organizacyjnej. Jest to podejście niezwykle ważne i przełomowe w kontekście nauk o zarządzaniu, gdzie dotychczas wiele zagadnień pozostaje wciąż w sferze jakościowej. Znaczenie kwantyfikacji zwinności stanowi most między teorią a praktyką. Wprowadzenie mierzalnych wskaźników zwinności umożliwia praktykom biznesowym obiektywną i porównywalną ocenę stopnia zwinności ich organizacji. Dzięki temu teoria staje się bardziej użyteczna w codziennej praktyce zarządzania. Kwantyfikacja zwinności stanowi także podstawę do przeprowadzania badań empirycznych. Możliwość mierzenia pojęcia zwinności pozwala na weryfikację teoretycznych założeń, otwierając drzwi do szerokiej gamy badań naukowych w tej dziedzinie. Co więcej, mierzalne wskaźniki ułatwiają wizualizację poziomu zwinności oraz komunikację w tej kwestii wewnątrz organizacji, przekształcając abstrakcyjne pojęcie zwinności w konkretny i praktyczny instrument zarządzania. (…). Autorka z sukcesem łączy różne dziedziny nauki, od technologii po psychologię, aby dostarczyć pełne i wieloaspektowe spojrzenie na zwinność w środowisku biznesowym. Taka kompozycja sprawia, że książka stanowi bogate źródło wiedzy nie tylko dla badaczy w dziedzinie zarządzania, ale także dla specjalistów z innych obszarów, które wchodzą w interakcje z biznesem w dobie cyfryzacji.

Maria Kocot
doktor nauk ekonomicznych, adiunkt Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Katowicach. Autorka kilkudziesięciu artykułów naukowych z zakresu zarządzania jakością. Praktyk i teoretyk z zakresu zarządzania w obszarze IT. Za działalność naukową nagrodzona Grantami i Nagrodami Rektora. Uhonorowana tytułem wybitnego Absolwenta Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Katowicach. Kobieta renesansu, pisarka, poetka. Za osiągnięcia w dziedzinie literatury pięknej odznaczona medalem honorowym i tytułem Bytomianki Wiosny 2023.

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