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2018 | 102 | 201-208
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Innovation management in logistics

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Electronic and IT technology, transforming the figure of the old world many times, constantly contributes to the development of many scientific fields. Nowadays, we can not imagine communication between enterprises, institutions or personnel communication without information technology. One of the effects of the dissemination of this technology is the Internet, which is applicable in almost every field. The purpose of the considerations is to approximate the importance of the role of innovative management in logistics. To achieve it, selected current literature sources were taken into account, analysis of cargo transport by road was presented. Moreover special attention was paid to the relationship between the management process and selected examples of innovation management techniques and tools that currently dominate the market and are used by major organizations.
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102
Pages
201-208
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  • Faculty of Management, Czestochowa University of Technology, Czestochowa, Poland
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short_communication
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