Global business networks and technology
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University of Social Sciences
Online publication date: 2015-06-03
Management 2015;19(1):46–56
The current economic development changes the perception of technology innovation and business cooperation. Global business networks create very competitive markets characterised by constant innovation and dynamic changes. Further changes may come with growing involvement of active consumers and the development of Internet of Things. Focusing mainly on activities of multinational business networks operating in Poland the author describes selected aspects of gradual adoption of innovation management concepts in firms. The article provides with an overview of concepts described in innovation management literature during the last decade and of new concepts evolving.
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