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Development of integrated management systems in SMEs in Serbia
Cariša H. Bešić, Dejan P. Đorđević, Danijela Milošević, Srđan Bogetić, 2010, original scientific article

Abstract: Due to processes occurring on the global market, enterprises have to pay more attention to meeting users' requirements. Namely, market competition has influenced a change in the enterprise's strategy and its orientation towards acustomer, as an imperative of its business operations. In recent years, a process of integrating various management systems has been occurring, giving rise to the networking of several international standards aimed at creating the enterprise capable of meeting all customers' needs on the market. Conforming to the changes on the market, the sector of small and medium enterprises must comply with new business conditions, which is a considerable effort for the entire enterprise. Namely, market requirements for safe and sound food, permanent enhancement of production processes, measurement of customers' satisfaction, concern for the environment, social accountability, etc., stand for just a part of characteristics that SMEs have to possess in order to survive on the market. Therefore, to solve these issues successfully,a solution for smes may be in setting up clusters as a way to strengthen this sector in the process of business internationalization.
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Summary of found: ...for smes may be in setting up clusters as a way to strengthen this sector...
Keywords: management, QMS, clusters, integrated management system
Published: 15.10.2013; Views: 2103; Downloads: 50
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Outline of implemented eco-innovation activities
Mitja Ruzzier, Jana Hojnik, Aleš Lipnik, 2014, original scientific article

Abstract: Background and Purpose: Providing a win-win situation for enterprises and the environment is raising the importance of eco-innovation. This article sheds light on the eco-innovation activities implemented within the clusters of the South Eastern European region (hereafter the SEE region). The main objective of this paper is to provide an outline of the situation pertaining to the implementation of eco-innovation activities in analyzed clusters. Methodology: Empirical evidence is provided through the performance of survey research with a sample of 52 clusters, encompassing 11 countries of the SEE region. The basic research method used in this research was a questionnaire developed for cluster organizations, with which we gathered the data and afterwards conducted descriptive statistics. Results: The findings demonstrate that the majority of analyzed clusters implement eco-innovation activities. The results indicate that 40 clusters out of 52 in all have set objectives with regard to eco-innovation support in their national or regional programs, followed by 35 clusters, which include objectives related to eco-innovation in their cluster strategies, and lastly, only 15 clusters are primarily focused on eco-innovation. Hence, our study depicting the current situation regarding the implementation of eco-innovation activities in analyzed clusters and clusters% orientation towards eco-innovation leads to us the discussion of why such differences in clusters occur. Conclusion: The huge differences related to the implementation of eco-innovation activities in clusters of the SEE region, can also reflect the level of the national/regional development in terms of economic indicators such as GDP and, at the same time, offer room for a lot of improvement, and an exchange of best practice.
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Summary of found: ...on the eco-innovation activities implemented within the clusters of the South Eastern European region (hereafter...
Keywords: eco-innovation, clusters, SEE region
Published: 24.01.2018; Views: 1675; Downloads: 110
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