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Vitko poslovanje
Dušan Gošnik, 2015, independent scientific component part or a chapter in a monograph

Keywords: management, vitkost, poslovanje, optimizacija, proces
Published: 03.04.2017; Views: 1944; Downloads: 101
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Managerski odkupi podjetij in dobro korporacijsko upravljanje
Danila Djokić, 2015, independent scientific component part or a chapter in a monograph

Keywords: menedžerski odkup podjetij, korporacijsko upravljanje, obvladovanje družb, privatizacija, lastninsko preoblikovanje, korporatizacija
Published: 03.04.2017; Views: 2105; Downloads: 104
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Zakaj in kako meriti prenos znanja na delovno mesto
Klemen Širok, Neva Kozamernik, 2015, independent scientific component part or a chapter in a monograph

Keywords: dejavniki prenosa znanja, Holton, Kirkpatrick, usposabljanje, človeški kapital
Published: 03.04.2017; Views: 1650; Downloads: 103
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Guest editor's introduction to the thematic issue
Klemen Kavčič, 2015, preface, afterword

Published: 03.04.2017; Views: 1454; Downloads: 68
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Opazovanje izvajanja kurikula v vrtcu
Jurka Lepičnik-Vodopivec, 2016, other component parts

Keywords: predšolska vzgoja, vrtec, kurikul
Published: 08.08.2016; Views: 2661; Downloads: 48
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The driving forces of process eco-innovation and its impact on performance
Jana Hojnik, Mitja Ruzzier, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: This study endeavors to explore the driving forces of process eco-innovation and its effect on company performance by adopting an integrative appr oach. We focus on process eco-innovation, which per tains to technological and non-technological solutions th at result in a reduction of material and energy cos ts for companies. In this regard, the study sheds light on the drivers and outcomes of process eco-innovation adoption, using data collected from 223 Slovenian companies. The results reveal that certain determinants (i.e., competitive pressure, customer demand, managerial e nvironmental concern, command-and-control instrumen t, and economic incentive instrument) are conducive to the deployment of process eco-innovation. Empirica l evidence reveals competitive pressure as the most i nfluential driving force of process eco-innovation, followed by managerial environmental concern and customer de mand. Effectiveness in spurring process eco-innovat ion is also found to be a command-and-control instrument a nd an economic incentive instrument, while expected benefits do not spur process eco-innovation. Pertai ning to the outcomes of process eco-innovation adop tion, we can conclude that it pays to be eco; process eco-in novation is worthwhile in terms of company profitab ility, growth, and competitive benefits. These findings su ggest several courses of action for both policy mak ers and companies. Hence, we conclude by providing implicat ions for both.
Keywords: process eco-innovation, drivers, company performance, profitability, growth, competitive benefits
Published: 08.08.2016; Views: 2555; Downloads: 153
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What drives eco-innovation?
Jana Hojnik, Mitja Ruzzier, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: tThis paper provides an overview of the emerging literature on the drivers of eco-innovation.Its main contribution lies in separating the drivers associated with the phases of develop-ment and diffusion and in identifying particular drivers based on different eco-innovationtypes. We find that research in this area primarily adopts the resource-based and institu-tional theories as its theoretical foundations and that the prevailing effects identified arethose of regulations and market pull factors. Moreover, product eco-innovation, processeco-innovation, organizational eco-innovation, and environmental R&D investments seemto be driven by common drivers, such as regulations, market pull factors, EMS, and cost sav-ings, as well as to be positively associated with company size. The majority of the studiesin our literature review employ a quantitative research methodology and focus on the dif-fusion stage of eco-innovation. We end with providing a synthesis of drivers of companies%eco-innovation and directions for future research.
Keywords: eco-innovation, environmental innovation, innovation drivers, R&D, adoption, diffusion
Published: 08.08.2016; Views: 3466; Downloads: 134
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Factors affecting effectiveness of knowledge management
Mirela Kljajić-Dervić, Roberto Biloslavo, 2015, published scientific conference contribution

Abstract: A successful business is a business based on knowledge. In modern economy, successful companies appreciate knowledge and systematically support its creation, sharing and application within business processes. Very often knowledge is the most critical economic resource; it is therefore necessary to effectively direct and lead processes of creation or acquisition, transfer, use and exploitation of knowledge. These processes together form the concept of knowledge management. Through effective knowledge management, organizations can improve their performance and gain a competitive advantage. But first they need to identify critical success factors to develop knowledge managements in organizations. This paper shows and discusses results of the empirical study conducted in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Based on existing research and proposed models, the study outlines six factors (i.e. organizational culture, human capital, management, organizational structure, reward system, information technology), which we believe have a direct impact on the effectiveness of knowledge management. Research data have been collected through a survey. The research sample was composed of 317 companies that employed 10 to 600 employees. Collected data were analyzed by use of the structural equation modelling. This will allow us to propose a model of influential factors for effective knowledge management. Results of the study will help organizations to better understand critical factors influencing the effectiveness of knowledge management.
Keywords: upravljanje znanja, organizacijska kultura, človeški kapital, menedžment, organizacijske strukture, sestem nagrajevanja, informacijska tehnologija, knowledge management, organizational culture, human capital, management, organizational structure, rewarding system, information technology
Published: 08.08.2016; Views: 2191; Downloads: 27
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The effect of unemployment benefit generosity on unemployment duration
Suzana Laporšek, Matija Vodopivec, Primož Dolenc, Milan Vodopivec, 2015, treatise, preliminary study, study

Abstract: The paper analyses the effects of a 2011 increase in the unemployment benefit replacement rate on the job-finding rate of Slovenian benefit recipients. Using registry data on the universe of Slovenian unemployment benefit recipients, we exploit legislative changes that selectively increased the replacement rates for certain groups of workers while leaving them unchanged for others. Applying this quasi-experimental approach, we find that increasing the replacement rate significantly decreased the hazard rate of the transition from unemployment to employment, with an implied elasticity of the hazard rate with respect to benefit replacement rate being 0.7 to 0.9. The results also show that the increase of the unemployment benefit replacement rate does not affect the job-finding probability of jobseekers whose reason for unemployment is employer exit, and that the effects of the increase of replacement rate are present only upon exit to employment and not to inactivity.
Keywords: nadomestilo za brezposelnost, zavarovanje za brezposelnost, verjenost pridobitve zaposlitve, unemployment insurance, unemployment benefit replacement rate, job-finding rate
Published: 08.08.2016; Views: 2365; Downloads: 72
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