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2019 | 2/2019 (82) | 96-108
Article title

Organizational Learning in Industry 4.0

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PL
Organizacyjne uczenie się w Przemyśle 4.0
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Abstracts
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Globalisation and the scarcity of resources have contributed to the need to implement and meet higher customer expectations while reducing the number of employees, the workload, and resource depletion. This situation initiated Industry 4.0, the foundation of which is the implementation and dissemination of modern technologies related to process autonomization, artificial intelligence, and the Internet of Things. They are to contribute to improvements in terms of increased efficiency, decision-making, as well as the creation and maintaining of competitive advantage. Changes in the field of robotics, artificial intelligence, and automation technologies indicate that with the growth of their importance and implementation in organisations, changes need to be introduced in the management of organisations, particularly in the context of organisational processes that form the basis for making knowledge-based decisions. This article’s aim is to identify the meaning of organisational learning for Industry 4.0 implementation. For the purpose of the article, a literature analysis was carried out using the method of systematic literature review. A model on organizational learning within the Industry 4.0 was proposed. The results of analyses show that organisational learning is strictly related to Industry 4.0, as it stimulates the development, acquisition, transformation, and use of new knowledge, which is, in turn, crucial for the implementation of Industry 4.0. The article also proposes guidelines for management practitioners who may consider the introduction of Industry 4.0 tools into work as a challenge.
PL
Globalizacja i niedobór zasobów przyczyniły się do konieczności realizacji i spełnienia wyższych oczekiwań klientów przy jednoczesnym zmniejszeniu liczby pracowników, nakładu pracy i zużyciu zasobów. Sytuacja ta zapoczątkowała Przemysł 4.0., u podstaw którego znajdują się wdrożenie i rozpowszechnienie nowoczesnych technologii powiązanych z automatyzacją procesów, sztuczną inteligencją oraz Internet of Things. Wszystko to ma przyczynić się do usprawnień, poprawy wydajności, podejmowania decyzji oraz generowania i utrzymania przewagi konkurencyjnej. Zmiany w dziedzinie robotyki, sztucznej inteligencji i technologii automatyzacji wskazują, że wraz ze wzrostem ich znaczenia i wdrażania w organizacjach, istnieje konieczność wprowadzania zmian w zarządzaniu, szczególnie w kontekście procesów organizacyjnych stanowiących podstawę do podejmowania decyzji opartych na wiedzy. Celem artykułu jest identyfikacja znaczenia organizacyjnego uczenia się dla implementacji Przemysłu 4.0. Zaproponowano model wdrożenia Przemysłu 4.0 z uwzględnieniem organizacyjnego uczenia się. Na potrzeby artykułu została przeprowadzona analiza literatury z wykorzystaniem metody systematycznego przeglądu literatury. Wyniki przeprowadzonych analiz wskazują, że organizacyjne uczenie się jest ściśle powiązane z Przemysłem 4.0, ponieważ stymuluje rozwój, pozyskiwanie, przekształcanie i wykorzystywanie nowej wiedzy, a co w dalszej kolejności ma znaczenie dla wdrożenia Przemysłu 4.0. W artykule zaproponowano także wskazówki dla praktyków zarządzania, którzy mogą uznać wprowadzenie narzędzi Przemysłu 4.0 do pracy za wyzwanie.
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Pages
96-108
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Dates
published
2019-05-06
Contributors
  • Jagiellonian University
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Publication order reference
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ISSN
1644-9584
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bwmeta1.element.desklight-2e83e420-966b-4b73-8820-5745d011617d
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