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SZABÓ, Lajos:
SUSTAINABILITY, CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT –
MODEL DEVELOPMENT FOR ASSESSING ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE THROUGH PROJECTS

Today a number of studies are published on how organizational strategy is developed and how organizations
contribute to local and regional development through the realization of these strategies. There are also
many articles dealing with the success of a project by identifying the criteria and the factors that influence
them. This article introduces the project-oriented strategic planning process that reveals how projects contribute
to local and regional development and demonstrates the relationship between this approach and the
regional competitiveness model as well as the KRAFT concept.
There is a lot of research that focuses on sustainability in business. These studies argue that sustainability
is very important to the success of a business in the future. The Project Excellence Model that analyses
project success does not contain the sustainability criteria; the GPM P5 standard consists of sustainability
components related either to the organizational level. To fill this gap a Project Sustainability Excellence
Model (PSEM) was developed. The model was tested by interviews with managers of Hungarian for-profit
and non-profit organizations. This paper introduces the PSEM and highlights the most important elements
of the empirical analysis.

Keywords: project-oriented strategic planning process, regional development, Project Excellence Model

p 3-18


TÓTH-KASZÁS, Nikoletta – FEHÉRVÖLGYI, Beáta:
ARE YOU READY FOR A TENDER PROJECT?
– ANALYSIS OF ORGANISATIONAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT MATURITY IN THE AUSTRIAN-HUNGARIAN BORDER REGION

Are you ready for a tender project? – Analysis of organisational project management maturity in the Austrian-
Hungarian border region
Since the 1990s the European Union has paid more and more attention to subsidising cross-border development.
It is understandable that different funding from proposal sources is particularly important for
the border area, especially to those of utmost importance that support co-operation and rural development.
Therefore, they could become a driving force for development. The authors’ research analyses the organisational
project management maturity of the projects implemented in the frame of the Austria-Hungary
Cross-border Cooperation Programme 2007-2013 (AT-HU). Analysing this kind of organisation is an important
issue, since the new call for proposals are open in 2016 and the results of this study may provide a
self-evaluation opportunity to organisations that need to know if they are ready or mature enough for a new
tender project.
The aim of this study was twofold. First of all, those indicators that could be used to analyse the
project management maturity of implementing organisations in the AT-HU programme were identified.
Based on the empirical research these are the project experience accumulated by the organisation,
the internal processes operating at the institution and the professional background. Secondly, factors
that can affect this project management maturity were explored and we determined five influencing
area: the organisational structure, culture, project managers motivation and the typical and important
competences.


Keywords: cross-border region, cross-border projects, organisational project management maturity,
Austria-Hungary Cross-border Cooperation Programme 2007-2013

p 19-30


HÁRY, András: FUTURE POSSIBILITIES, SOCIAL CHALLENGES AND ADAPTATION REQUIREMENTS OF INDUSTRIAL PROGRESS

The paper addresses the technological change that is currently happening in industry. First, a review of the
global trends that impact industrial developmentsis made, then a summary ofexpanding intelligent technologies
and their systems. The report describes in detail the concept of Industry 4.0 and its major technology-
related aspects. At the end of the paper, a summary of social consequences is addressed, especially
concerning generational concerns connected to the current change in industrial technology. The purpose of
the study is to raise some special aspects and considerations in the given subject.

Key words: Industry 4.0, intelligent, technology change

p 31-38


BIRKNER, Zoltán – MÁHR, Tivadar: INTERPRETING INNOVATION – IN ANOTHER WAY


Innovation helps to uncover the future social and economic possibilities. Subsequently familiarising with
innovation processes, mapping those involved in innovation and researching the relations and influencing
factors is becoming more and more valuable. The authors carried out innovation research in three middle-
sized and small towns in Hungary on the basis of a request by a municipality among enterprises involved
in the intelligent specialisation strategic program. In the course of the research the role of regional universities,
the relationship between organisations involved in social innovation and the researched enterprises, as
well as traditional innovation areas were dealt with. The innovation performance of enterprises in all three
regions are – despite smaller differences – around the Hungarian average. The presence of a university in
the region can be felt, however, it does not remarkably influence the innovation potential of enterprises. It
seemed that outside the traditional links to chambers of commerce and industry there were no other civic
protagonists in the processes of creating knowledge, and even the relations are rather loose, or mediocre. In
the wake of these results, the authors formulated specific suggestions for improving the economic and social
possibilities of the involved regions by establishing innovative environments.

Keywords: S3, regional innovation, large enterprises, social innovation, successful regions

p 39-50


Jody JENSEN: A NEW ROLE FOR MANAGEMENT OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES IN AN AGE OF COMPLEXITY

A particular scientific world view has become dominant, influential and successful in modern sciences today.
Science and technology have transformed the way we view ourselves, our societies and our place in the
cosmos. However, just as science and technology seem to be at the peak of their power, unexpected problems
are disrupting the sciences from within. This reflects a deeper and more serious problem regarding scientific
inquiry. Science is being held back by old assumptions that have become dogmas, the biggest of which is
that science already knows all the answers, and only the details need to be worked out. A transformational
paradigm shift is required from a mechanistic world view to an organic world view to better address the
challenges of the new millenium.

Keywords: sciences, paradigm shift

p 51-61


ZILAHY, Gyula: SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS MODELS – WHAT DO MANAGEMENT THEORIES SAY?

Literature describing the notion and practice of business models has grown considerably over the last few
years. Innovative business models appear in every sector of the economy challenging traditional ways of creating
and capturing value. However, research describing the theoretical foundations of the field is scarce and
many questions still remain. This article examines business models promoting various aspects of sustainable
development and tests the explanatory power of two theoretical approaches, namely the resource based view
of the firm and transaction cost theory regarding their emergence and successful market performance.
Through the examples of industrial ecology and the sharing economy the author shows that a sharp reduction
of transaction costs (e.g. in the form of internet based systems) coupled with resources widely available but not
utilised before may result in fast growing new markets. This research also provides evidence regarding the
notion that these two theoretical approaches can complement each other in explaining corporate behaviour.


Keywords: innovative business model, corporate sustainability, industrial ecology, sharing economy, transaction
costs, resource based view

p 62-72


MISZLIVETZ Ferenc: KISVÁROSOK RENESZÁNSZA: A KŐSZEGI PÉLDA

ASK-KRAFT KÖNYVEK. FELSŐBBFOKÚ TANULMÁNYOK INTÉZETE, KŐSZEG, 2016. ISBN 97-615-80529-0-0. 2490,- HUF

p 73-75



Utolsó frissítés: 2019.03.11.

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