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Rola klastrów gospodarczych w budowaniu kultury innowacyjności przedsiębiorstw i regionu

Klimczuk-Kochańska, Magdalena (2012): Rola klastrów gospodarczych w budowaniu kultury innowacyjności przedsiębiorstw i regionu. Published in: Współczesne Zarządzanie No. 1 (2012): pp. 47-54.

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Polish Abstract: Opracowanie ukazuje rolę klastrów gospodarczych w procesie tworzenia kultury innowacyjności. Wskazane zostały zalety klastrów jako miejsca sprzyjającego prowadzeniu działalności innowacyjnej. Przedstawiono również przykład regionu Oresund jako lokalizacji o bardzo silnej kulturze innowacyjności w Europie.

English Abstract: The low level of innovativeness in the Polish economy in comparison to other countries can even be considered as a permanent feature. Looking at the factors that affect this state of affairs it seems particularly significant that these factors point to a lack of adequate mechanisms for innovation, manifested in a very limited co-operation between science and the business sector. In this context, the importance of gaining knowledge transfer, which is considered one of the most important sources of competitive advantage for businesses. Sharing the knowledge requires creating the right conditions and above all contributes to the relevant regional culture. The effects of the existence of innovation culture can be seen in a higher level of entrepreneurship in the region, and in the process of learning and knowledge creation by regional entities. in particular the role of economic clusters in stimulating innovation of enterprises belonging to them is important. The aim of this study is to show the characteristics of economic clusters, which foster the creation of a specific climate of innovation in the region. In addition to theoretical solutions to this issue, an example of the food cluster is shown and its features that promote innovation in enterprises. Presented is an example of the development of an innovative company from this regional cluster.

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