International Journal of Entrepreneurship (Print ISSN: 1099-9264; Online ISSN: 1939-4675)


Formation of Global Competitive Enterprise Environment Based on Industry 4.0 Concept

Author(s): Henryk Dzwigol, Mariola Dzwigol–Barosz, Aleksy Kwilinski

The rapid development of information technology, the acceleration of the international movement of goods, services, capital, the fragmentation of production, trade and consumption have led to the emergence of global production networks and business value chains, in which individual companies, regions or countries specialize in the execution of specific operations, and TNCs move to outsourcing much of your product creation or service delivery processes. The international competitiveness of companies and countries is beginning to be determined not only by the volume and technological structure of production or export, but by the creation of a higher share of value added in global chains. The evolution of global networking concepts is reflected in the theories of global manufacturing networks focused on the local and global dimensions of institutionalization, corporatization, and technologicalization and digitization.

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