Koordynacja w dobie Przemysłu 4.0: przypadek blockchain

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Lesław Pietrewicz

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Celem artykułu jest pokazanie blockchain jako nowego i potencjalnie potężnego mechanizmu koordynacji, uwzględniającego możliwości i wymagania systemów produkcyjnych Przemysłu 4.0. Od 2017 r. technologia blockchain przyciąga coraz większą uwagę naukowców i praktyków gospodarczych. Jednak nadal kojarzona jest głównie z rynkiem kryptowalut, co powoduje, że jej potencjał w zakresie zarządzania i organizacji przedsiębiorstw nie jest wykorzystany.

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Pietrewicz, L. (2019). Koordynacja w dobie Przemysłu 4.0: przypadek blockchain. Kwartalnik Nauk O Przedsiębiorstwie, 52(3), 56-64. https://doi.org/10.5604/01.3001.0013.4790
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