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Measures of Competitive Intensity – Analysis Based on Literature Review

. Przegląd Organizacji, 5: 5-8. Czakon, W. (2011). Metodyka systematycznego przeglądu literatury. Przegląd Organizacji, 3: 57-61. Czakon, W. (2013). Strategia koopetycji w rozwoju organizacji. Organizacja i Zarządzanie, 52(1147): 127-134. Czakon, W., Mucha-Kuś, K. and Rogalski, M. (2014). Coopetition Research Landscape - A Systematic Literature Review 1997-2010. Journal of Economics & Management, 17: 121-150. Czakon, W., Mucha-Kuś, K. and Sołtysik, M. (2012). Relacje koopetycji w tworzeniu efektywności rynku

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Decomposition of Enterprise Application: A Systematic Literature Review and Research Outlook

.,” in Proc. of Joint Working Conf. on Software Architecture and 6th European Conf. on Software Architecture, WICSA/ECSA 2012 , 2012. pp. 181–190. http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/WICSA-ECSA.212.26 [9] S.C.B. Kitchenham, “Guidelines for performing Systematic Literature Reviews in Software Engineering,” Technical report, 2007. [10] I. Supulniece, S. Berzisa, I. Polaka, E. Meiers, E. Ozolins, and J. Grabis, “Source Code Driven Decomposition of Object-Oriented Legacy Systems: A Systemic Literature Review and Research Outlook,” In Press, 2015. [11

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Literature Review: Transition From Paediatric to Adult Services in Haemophilia

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The need to prepare children and young people with haemophilia for long-term care in the adult sector has long been accepted and is reflected in many national health care policies. Ideally, transition should be an individualised age- and development-appropriate process, through which each young person is empowered to self-manage, with support from their families and multidisciplinary team (MDT). It is widely recognised that young people who are not engaged in self-management frequently become non-adherent to therapy. For those with haemophilia, this can have a life-long impact on joint health and quality of life. In practice, anecdotal reports from individuals suggest that the transition process is often poorly planned, leaving them feeling lost and unsupported by the healthcare professionals who, until this point, have been core members of their support network. Rarely are the views of young people or their families sought regarding the outcome of their transition process. For those with less severe disease or rarer bleeding disorders, and for girls at the menarche, transition is often not addressed at all. This literature review forms the first part of a project that seeks to identify the outcome measures that can be used to drive a nurse-led initiative improvement in transition for young people with bleeding disorders, through changes in both working practices among health professionals and in the underpinning system, which enables them to put such changes into practice.

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Crowdfunding as a Form of Funding for Businesses in the Culturally-Changing Global Economy: A Literature Review

Management Journal , 15 (4), General Systems Theory, 407–426. Block, J. H., Colombo, M. G., Cumming, D. J., & Vismara, S. (2018) . New players in entrepreneurial finance and why they are there. Small Business Economics, 50 , 239–250. Bocken, N. M. P. (2015) . Sustainable venture capital – catalyst for sustainable start-up success?. Journal of Cleaner Production, 108 , Part A, 647–658. Booth, A., Sutton, A., & Papaioannou, D. (2012) . Systematic Approaches to a Successful Literature Review . Sage Publications. Byrtch G., Ghose, A., & Wattal, S

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Organization Effectiveness and Business Intelligence Systems. Literature Review

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Purpose: To better understand the impact of Business Intelligence systems on organizations’ effectiveness.

Methodology: Critical and descriptive literature review.

Findings: On the basis of numerous case studies described in literature and pertaining to various types of enterprises, different industries and countries, the paper confirms the positive impact of the implementation of Business Intelligence systems on organizations’ effectiveness.

Research implications: The paper provides insights that can fuel future in-depth research aimed at the development of objective methods for measuring the impact of the implementation of Business Intelligence systems on organizational effectiveness, as well as further quantitative research.

Practical implications: Results of the majority of studies indicate that the implementation of Business Intelligence systems brings tangible benefits to organizations. The implementation should, however, be appropriate and adequate, adjusted to each organization’s resources.

Originality: The paper organizes and systematizes knowledge about the impact of BI implementation on organisation’s efficiency.

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Environmental Education in Pre-Service Teacher Training: A Literature Review of Existing Evidence

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The importance of pre-service teacher training regarding environmental education (EE) has been vastly demonstrated. This systematic review examined the existing evidence from studies evaluating and analysing the relationship between EE, including environmental competences and pre-service primary school teacher training. The literature review performed included 24 documents (22 peer reviewed journal articles and two doctoral theses). The strategy followed consisted in locating documents by a reliable search strategy; establishing the criteria for the selection of documents to analyse from the documents located and rigorously analysing the documents selected based on clear and precise criteria and dimensions. In general terms, the literature review analysis has emphasised the lack of environmental competences amongst pre-service teacher students and the gaps in the teacher training curriculums regarding EE. The overall scarcity of research in this area, jointly with certain gaps and methodological limitations, affirms the need for strengthening the evidence base.

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Reviewing the Past to Inform the Future: A Literature Review of Social Media in Tourism

social media on destination image formation: The case of Sina Weibo. Information & management, 54(6), 687–702. DOI: 10.1016/j.im.2017.02.009. Law, R., Buhalis, D., & Cobanoglu, C. (2014). Progress on information and communication technologies in hospitality and tourism. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 26(5), 727–750. DOI: 10.1108/IJCHM-08-2013-0367. Leung, D., Law, R., Van Hoof, H., & Buhalis, D. (2013). Social media in tourism and hospitality: A literature review. Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 30(1-2), 3–22. DOI

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The fuzzy concept of collaborative governance: A systematic review of the state of the art

dimensions of variation in how collaborative governance is defined in the academic literature through a qualitative analysis of influential scholarly work and provides a systematic literature review of a corpus of over 700 article abstracts. The analysis shows that scholarly articles differ in their conceptualisation of collaborative governance along at least five dimensions, which concern the public-private (governmental-non-governmental) divide; agency; organisational aspects; scope and locus within the policy process; and normative assumptions. Second, the paper extends

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The Presence of the Customer and the Supplier Perspectives in Studies on Software Development Project Success

, N 6. p. 418-428. Brereton, P., Kitchenham, B. A., Budgen, D. , et al. Lessons from Applying the Systematic Literature Review Process within the Software Engineering Domain. Journal of Systems and Software , 2007, vol. 80, N 4. p. 571-583. Kitchenham, B., Pretorius, R., Budgen, D. , et al. Systematic Literature Reviews in Software Engineering - A Tertiary Study. Information and Software Technology , 2010, vol. 52, N 8. p. 792-805.

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The Evolution of Management Theories: A Literature Review

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This paper provides an overview of the evolution of management theories with an emphasis on human resource management (HRM). It examines the early philosophical viewpoints which laid the foundation for the development of management theories. It traces the evolution of management theories from the pre-industrial revolution through the two world wars to the era of rapid economic growth of the 1960s to the 1980s. In recent years, management theories had become more multi-faceted where emphasis has shifted from behavioural science to organisational structures and quality assurance. With rapid globalisation and increasing importance of cultural awareness, the paper concludes that more research will be needed in the area of cross-cultural and multi-national human resource management.

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