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Title: The role of information relations in network organizations
Authors: Lis, Tomasz
Bajdor, Paula
Grondys, Katarzyna
Ptak, Aleksandra
Keywords: Business enterprises -- Case studies
Organization -- Case studies
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: University of Piraeus. International Strategic Management Association
Citation: Lis, T., Bajdor, P., Grondys, K., & Ptak, A. (2020). The role of information relations in network organizations. European Research Studies Journal, 23(Special issue 1), 516-529.
Abstract: Purpose: The paper aims to identify and analyze key factors determining network organizations' success, assuming that there is common cooperation on the information platform created by network organizations. The aim is also to identify and analyze basic barriers of establishing such cooperation. Design/Methodology/Approach: The research includes the statistical analysis of information flows efficiency in network organizations. The presented analysis has been conducted using the selected statistical testing methods. Findings: The obtained research findings confirm Polish companies' understanding of the importance of information in their functioning. The obtained results indicate that enterprises treat the network data flow as an element that only improves their offer. Practical Implications: Activities aimed at information cooperation with the environment, including network structures, are not optimal. Only a full transition to functioning in the information space allows us to achieve a maximum of positive effects. Originality/value: The presented approach not only applies to companies that have direct contact with the customer; it can be applied in every sector of economic activity by any organization operating under conditions of uncertainty and dynamic change.
Appears in Collections:European Research Studies Journal, Volume 23, Special Issue 1

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