Modern Approach to Organizational Resources Based on the Example of the Elbląg Furniture Cluster
The Lisbon Strategy, which is implementing a new type of economic policy, is intended to change the economy of the European Union into a knowledge-based economy which will be the most competitive economy in the world. This should lead to sustainable economic growth by, among other things, providing a bigger number of better jobs and greater social cohesion. The issues of the development of competitiveness and innovativeness in European regions, which have their roots in the Lisbon Strategy and have transformed into the Regional Innovation Strategies, have become increasingly popular and significant. One of the tools facilitating this development is undoubtedly the cluster. The purpose of the present article is to outline new approaches to the world economy. It also presents an innovative dimension of co-operation as well as various forms of organizing contemporary entrepreneurship. (original abstract)
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