Model of enterprise management in the creative industries on the basis of empirical research

Mieczysław Morawski , Zbigniew Piepiora , Piotr Rogala

Abstract

Creative industries (CI) are thought to be the most important area for today’s global, knowledge-based economy (KBE). Companies that operate in the creative industries are among the most innovative business units. These sectors enhance employment, support innovation, facilitate space revitalization and generate income. Creative sectors can contribute to that increase of innovation in other fields of economy by providing them with ideas for a new product or service or delivering already finished projects.However the studies covering CI functioning from the perspective of Management Sciences and primarily the conception of Knowledge Based Organization and Knowledge Management approach as a whole have, so far, remained few and fragmentary. The author’s previous research, carried out in companies in 2013-2015 located in Poland, related to the sector of CI, highlight that talents, competencies and ideas needed to run creative companies require a coherent approach to action.The results of the mentioned study were used to develop a model of creative enterprise used in CI companies in below paper.The presented article is of theoretical and cognitive nature. and constitutes an input in developing the conception of the enterprise management in Creative Industries. Its purpose is to identify basic elements and processes of forming a company in CI.
Author Mieczysław Morawski (EMaT / DES)
Mieczysław Morawski,,
- Department of Enterprise Studies
, Zbigniew Piepiora
Zbigniew Piepiora,,
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, Piotr Rogala (EMaT / DQaEM)
Piotr Rogala,,
- Department of Quality and Environmental Management
Journal seriesReview of Business Research, ISSN 1546-2609, e-ISSN 2378-9670, (5 pkt)
Issue year2017
Vol17
No1
Pages61-66
Publication size in sheets0.5
Keywords in Englishcreative industries, model of the enterprise management, knowledge based economy
DOIDOI:10.18374/RBR-17-1.7
URL http://www.iabe.org/domains/IABE-DOI/article.aspx?DOI=RBR-17-1.7
Languageen angielski
Score (nominal)5
ScoreMinisterial score = 5.0, 30-09-2019, ArticleFromJournal
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