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2016 | 3/2016 (62), t.2 | 11-23

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Tworzenie, zatrzymywanie i przechwytywanie wartości w organizacjach przedsiębiorczych



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Value Creation and Capture in Entrepreneurial Organizations

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W literaturze przedmiotu uwaga skierowana jest na poszukiwanie zależności między innowacyjnością, przedsiębiorczością a efektywnością funkcjonowania organizacji. Niniejszy artykuł rozszerza tak zakreśloną zależność, zakładając, że rezultatem ożywiania przedsiębiorczości w organizacjach jest przede wszystkim tworzenie wartości. Innowacyjność sama w sobie nie tworzy wartości, lecz dopiero jej komercjalizacja dokonywana poprzez włączenie procesów przedsiębiorczości strategicznej. Dodatkowo, istotne jest nie tylko jak wysoką wartość przedsiębiorstwo wytworzy, lecz także jaką jej część będzie w stanie zatrzymać bądź przechwycić. Artykuł przybliża procesy przedsiębiorczości organizacyjnej oraz tworzenia, przechwytywania i zatrzymywania wartości. Jako podsumowanie rozważań zaproponowano strukturę nośną, identyfikującą relacje między przedsiębiorczością organizacyjną, procesami tworzenia i przechwytywania wartości oraz efektywnością funkcjonowania organizacji przy oddziaływaniu zmiennych kontekstualnych. Niniejszy artykuł jest wynikiem realizacji projektu badawczego finansowanego przez NCN, pt. Tworzenie, zatrzymywanie i przechwytywanie wartości w organizacjach przedsiębiorczych (nr 2015/17/B/HS4/00935).
Topical literature focuses on the quest for relations among innovativeness, entrepreneurship, and performance in the functioning of an organization. The paper expands on such dependencies through the assumption that the main outcome of stimulating entrepreneurship in the organization is the creation of value. In and of itself, innovativeness does not create value. It is only when it is commercialized through incorporation of the processes of strategic entrepreneurship that this happens. Moreover, it is not only the level of the value generated by the company that is important, but also what part it can retain or capture. The paper discusses processes of corporate entrepreneurship as well as the creation, capture, and retention of value. In summarizing these considerations, the paper proposes a load-bearing structure that identifies the relations among corporate entrepreneurship, the processes of creating and capturing value, and organization performance in the face of influence on the part of contextual variables. This paper is the result of a research project financed by the National Science Center (NCN), entitled Value Creation and Capture in Entrepreneurial Organizations (Grant No. 2015/17/B/HS4/00935).




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