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Evaluating Innovations in Small and Medium Enterprises in Slovakia
Abstract To strengthen innovation activities is one of the main task of small and medium enterprises (SME) nowadays. It is also one of the priorities formulated in the strategy of building knowledgeExpand
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Factors determining profitability of small and medium enterprises in selected industry of mechanical engineering in the Slovak Republic – the empirical study
The profi tability analysis revealing factors infl uencing profi tability becomes a very helpful tool providing guidelines for managers in their short-term as well as strategic decision-makingExpand
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Knowledge and Use of the Balanced Scorecard Method in the Businesses in the Slovak Republic
Abstract The Balanced Scorecard method (BSC) has emerged since the late 1990s (as proposed by Kaplan and Norton) as one of the most successful concepts in the field of strategic performanceExpand
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Small and Medium Enterprises in the New World of Globalization
Small and medium enterprises are faced with the critical question of how to react to the changes caused by the process of globalization. Globalization creates new business environment with newExpand
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The Critical View on Innovation Activity in SME’s Sector in Slovakia
Innovations are the drive of economic development advancing the possibilities of future competitiveness in the form of new knowledge and increasing economic efficiency and performance, particularlyExpand
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Sme´s partners in innovation cooperation: an empirical analysis of Slovak sme´s
Innovation cooperation has become an increasingly prominent feature of firm ́s innovation activity. Cooperation with external subjects in innovation enables to the firm to search outside of theirExpand
Identification of prospective industrial clusters in Slovakia
Abstract Clusters became an integral part of regional policies intended to build and strengthen competitive advantages within specifically identified geographical areas. They are still consideredExpand
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