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2015 | 212 | 110-123

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Komputerowe wspomaganie twórczości organizacyjnej - wybrane problemy


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It-based organizational creativity support - selected problems

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Celem artykułu jest zaprezentowanie najważniejszych założeń leżących u podstaw koncepcji komputerowego wspomagania twórczości organizacyjnej. Struktura opracowania oraz zastosowane metody badawcze zostały podporządkowane wyznaczo¬nemu celowi, a zatem, w pierwszej kolejności, dokonano przeglądu literatury przedmio¬tu na temat twórczości organizacyjnej oraz metodologii budowy systemów informatycz¬nych. Następnie zaproponowano nową, wyłaniającą się koncepcję - komputerowego wspomagania twórczości organizacyjnej. Opisano najważniejsze założenie, cele oraz funkcje systemu do wspomagania twórczości organizacyjne. W zakończeniu, wskazano prace wymagające, prowadzenia dalszych badań teoretycznych oraz praktycznych z za-kresu komputerowego wspomagania twórczości organizacyjnej.
The aim of this paper is to provide the main assumptions of IT-based organi¬zational creativity support. The structure of the paper and the used research methods we¬re organized as follows. In first section the background of the subject literature (concer¬ning organizational creativity and design research methodologies) has been conducted. Then, new, emerging framework of IT-based organizational creativity support was pro¬posed and described. The main assumptions, goals and functions of organizational cre¬ativity system were presented. Finally, some further studies on IT-based organizational creativity were indicated.






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