Organizational Innovations in Crisis Management of Project-Based Enterprises

Eryk Głodziński , Stanisław Marciniak


Organisational innovations and crisis management have a lot in common. Crisis may come in many various forms. It can be a result of economic slowdown or recession influencing the industry and, therefore, some of its organisations. However, firm disaster can be a result of wrong management decisions or unexpected events. Each form of crisis has its own causes, which influence the company in a number of ways. The main objectives of the paper are to describe the nature of crisis management in project-based enterprises and to define the scope and role of organisational innovations in it. The conducted research shows that the organisational innovations are the crucial elements of crisis response strategies. Applying organisational innovations, the entity can gain short-term benefits because they aim at improving the flexibility and adaptability of the company and the supervision of the running projects.
Author Eryk Głodziński (FoM / CIE)
Eryk Głodziński,,
- Chair of Innovativeness and Entrepreneurship
, Stanisław Marciniak (FPE / IOPS)
Stanisław Marciniak,,
- The Institute of Organization of Production Systems
Journal seriesEconomics and Business, ISSN 1407-7337, e-ISSN 2256-0394
Issue year2016
Publication size in sheets0.5
Keywords in Englishcrisis management, organisational innovations, project-based enterprise
Languageen angielski
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