Joanna Paliszkiewicz

Joanna Paliszkiewicz
Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW | SGGW · Mangement Institute

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Introduction
dr. Joanna Paliszkiewicz currently works as a director of Management Institute, Warsaw University Of Life Sciences. Joanna does research in knowledge management, trust management, social media.
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September 2006 - April 2020
Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW
Position
  • Professor (Full)
Description
  • Director of Management Institute
October 1999 - September 2006
Technical University in Czestochowa, Poland
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)

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Publications (124)
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The theme of digital trust is of the utmost importance during the digital transformation of our workplaces and society. Rapidly changing technological innovations disrupt lives and workplaces. Such a transformation influences an employee's feelings and self-esteem pertaining to their work and life. It changes the way people believe in the ability,...
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This paper proposes a research model with five constructs, i.e., IoT awareness, users’ IoT privacy knowledge, users’ IoT security knowledge, users’ IoT Trust, and continued intention to use IoT to bring clarity to the growing yet fragmented literature on the path from IoT awareness to the continued use of IoT. Hypotheses stemming from the proposed...
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This paper builds a research model with four constructs, i.e., competencies, knowledge-oriented leadership, innovation, and performance within manufacturing companies to find out, through path modeling, 1) the effect of competencies on innovation, 2) the effect of knowledge-oriented leadership on innovation, and 3) the effect of innovation on perfo...
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Even though decision-making is the essential element of the management, the types of decisions and their implementations in the organizations entail different thinking styles depending on the requirements of the task, social and physical contexts. In this respect, managers from different hierarchical positions in the organizations may use variety o...
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Intuitive type of decision-making has increasingly fascinated researchers from different disciplines. The role of intuition is significant especially now, in the era of big data with access to large volumes of information, where the decision must be made rapidly. Using intuition can be beneficial to people. It can help make a better decision, devel...
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The main purpose of this article is to analyze the dissemination of social reports among entrepreneurs in order to determine the number of reporting organizations and examples in which Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) areas enterprises report. We analyze the dissemination of social reports among entrepreneurs in Poland and determine the number...
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The main purpose of this study is to explore the influences of factors on using SNSs that arise from the basic need of belonging to emotional disclosure then the intention to make connections to others. The participants of this study were 540 university students from Turkey and Poland. The results showed that the need to belong is a significant pre...
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The purpose of this study was to explore and compare women’s perceptions of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), empowerment, and success among respondents in eight countries. The research sample consisted of 969 participants (137 from Georgia, 105 from Poland, 130 from Romania, 152 from Slovenia, 102 from Spain, 123 from Taiwan, 120...
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In many publications, researchers have confirmed the enormous role of trust in business and private life. Trust influences many aspects of life, such as communication, collaboration, adoption of technologies, and Internet usage. The purpose of the publication will be presenting the idea for future research in the area of digital trust linked with s...
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This paper aims to identify the most important social media purposes of usage by responding women’s attitudes according to age and the economic stage of development of their respective country. Research was done through an online survey in 2017–2018 followed by an analyses of the results from eight countries: four countries that represent an emergi...
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The purpose of this paper was to first examine the reliability, validity, and strength of a unified model for information security policy compliance that includes eight constructs explaining information security policy compliance. Second, seven hypotheses were developed and tested based on the constructs in the model. An instrument with eight const...
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This study investigated the use of digital media, specifically social media technologies, in the workplace in Taiwan. The data for this study were collected through an online survey. Participants responded to questions asking whether social technologies could be a source of empowerment, leading to equality. Respondents included female and male empl...
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The purpose of this study was to find out which one of the four selected predictor variables, i.e., leadership, trusting beliefs, role values, and information security policy awareness are most influential in predicting employees’ intention to comply with organizational information security policy. An instrument with five constructs was administere...
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The Internet of Things is recognized as one of the most important emerging technology. It is is the connection of physical objects that collect and transfer data from one object to another. The Internet of Things is expected to change the day to day companies' operation and influence economic development. The purpose of this article is to investiga...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to build an awareness-centered information security policy (ISP) compliance model, asserting that awareness is the key to ISP compliance and that awareness depends upon several variables that influence successful ISP compliance. Design/methodology/approach The authors built a model with seven constructs, i.e.,...
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Objective: This article analyses the intensity of knowledge management processes in companies of different size. It also examines the role of these processes in the formation of competitive advantage by these businesses. Company size is defined as the number of employees. Research Design & Methods: This article is based on a quantitative study in...
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Purpose In the business and data analytics community, intuition has not been discussed widely in terms of its application to executive decision-making. However, the purpose of this paper is to focus on new global research that combines intuition, trust and analytics in terms of how well C-level executives trust their intuition. Design/methodology/...
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Knowledge management (KM) has been an evolving field over the past 35 years. We have seen the field emerge from developing the institutional memory of the organization to increasing innovation to building more internal and external effectiveness. The Library and Information Science (LIS) community has had a great role to play in KM, and as we refle...
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Trust in intuition and analytics is a subject of many studies. Data quality is ensured not only by the correctness of algorithms, but also by the high quality data that are necessary to obtain correct results from the data and usage analysis. Unfortunately, the currently available quality standards and quality assessment methods are inadequate. Thi...
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The Internet of Things (IoT) global arena is massive and growing exponentially. Those in the emerging digital world have recently witnessed the proliferation and impact of IoT-enabled devices. The IoT has provided new opportunities in the technology arena while bringing several challenges to an increased level of concern. This research has both pra...
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The purpose of this study was to investigate the link between users’ risk beliefs and social media privacy concerns (concerns users express regarding social media sites’ practices as to how they collect and use personal information). A Likert-type instrument with seven constructs, six of which described the social media privacy concerns and the sev...
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Innowacyjność przedsiębiorstw jest uznawana za jeden z kluczowych czynników decydujących o ich przewadze konkurencyjnej. Poszukiwania zasobów i zdolności przedsiębiorstw, które wspierają kreowanie innowacji skłoniły autorkę do badań w tym obszarze. Celem książki jest przedstawienie podstaw teoretycznych i ustaleń empirycznych w zakresie roli przywó...
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The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of trust variables (trust: competence, trust: benevolence, trust: integrity) on leadership regarding the organization’s information security policy (ISP) compliance. An instrument with four constructs was used to collect data from 474 non-management subjects from various organizations in the US...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to build a research model that examines social media privacy concerns (SMPC) in relation to users’ trusting beliefs and risk beliefs. Design/methodology/approach An instrument with eight constructs (SMPC: collection, SMPC: secondary usage, SMPC: errors, SMPC: improper access, SMPC: control, SMPC: awareness, t...
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This book is devoted to the discussion of the selected key issues related to the problem of intelligent organizations in theory and practise of the contemporary management. The problem is analysed as the correlation of various factors. The main impact is however seen from the perspective of the business and public sector seriously affected in terms...
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Student engagement and retention are major concerns for universities around the world. It is vital to improve student retention by delivering quality education and engaging students in their studies, leading to student success and graduation and integration in the workforce. This study examines a degree of engagement in two Polish universities. The...
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This paper builds a research model to examine the impact of security policy awareness and data protection awareness of mobile devices on employees’ trust belief. A survey instrument was administered to a sample in various organizations in the United States (US). Collected data were analyzed using Partial Least Squares - Structural Equation Modeling...
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In the era of different crises, there is a great need for trust. Researchers and practitioners have explored the significance of trust. The trust-building process starts with building credibility and reputation at the personal level and is always related to a certain amount of risk. This chapter presents the concept of trust as a multifaceted notio...
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In this chapter, we focus on trust as an important factor in the development of the relationship between public organizations that use Twitter and the users who follow them. Public trust is analyzed in three dimensions—competence, benevolence, and integrity—using the example of communication via Twitter during the participative budgeting process in...
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Social technologies have rapidly become part of the workplace culture with companies using social platforms to communicate, for customer service, to gain exposure and create awareness, to gain new customers, to increase revenue and profits, for marketing purposes, to network and build relationships, and for recruiting purposes. This paper reports t...
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In order to make informed decisions, there are three important elements: intuition, trust, and analytics. Intuition is based on experiential learning and recent research has shown that those who rely on their “gut feelings” may do better than those who don’t. Analytics, however, are important in a data-driven environment to also inform decision mak...
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The purpose of this chapter is to examine which of three independent variables of trust, knowledge management, and organizational performance (also referred to as predictor variables) are most influential in predicting the dependent variable of leadership, i.e., leading organization, leading people, and leading self. An instrument with six construc...
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In the social media, trust - both the trust towards the message and towards its senders - is an important issue in the context of making individual and institutional decisions. In the business community, discussions about trust have typically been characterized by vague terminology. However, rigorous understanding of trust, its different forms, and...
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This book brings together the theory and practice of managing public trust. It examines the current state of public trust, including a comprehensive global overview of both the research and practical applications of managing public trust by presenting research from seven countries (Brazil, Finland, Poland, Hungary, Portugal, Taiwan, Turkey) from th...
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Women in countries worldwide have faced gender inequality including education, economic stability, and lack of access to technology. This issue has gained international attention with organizations such as Google, Intel, Facebook, and Microsoft making significant commitments towards women’s empowerment through global technology. This paper examines...
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Information and communications technologies (ICTs) provide global connections, communication, and empowerment. Empowerment drives social and economic development. This study, part of an ongoing global study, investigated the use of social technologies including the purposes used and benefits realized in Italy as a means of empowerment for women. Wo...
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This study sought to investigate which of the four predictor variables (Applying Knowledge, Storing Knowledge, Acquiring Knowledge, & Diffusing Knowledge) are most significant in association with Organizational Culture. The instrument used in this study includes five parts that were used to measure the knowledge management processes (knowledge acqu...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to build a research model that examines the impact of leadership on trust, knowledge management and organizational performance. Design/methodology/approach An instrument containing six constructs (leadership: leading organization; leadership: leading people; leadership: leading self, trust, knowledge management...
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Social media become very important part of the life of many people. This paper reports on the state of time spent online and usage of social media by students. The purpose of this study was to investigate 1) the average assessment of the social media usage, 2) the frequency of the social media usage, and 3) the average rank for all drawbacks of...
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In this chapter, chatbot was described as a valuable tool, which enables enterprises interactive communication with customers and knowledge management. Despite the significant increase of the interest in this tool, its usage faces many limitations caused by the quality of the knowledge bases. The case study related to improvements of knowledge deli...
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This paper replicates a previous study that used an active learning for knowledge construction in the e-learning model with three stages of underpinning, ownership, and engaging hypothesizing that the underpinning and ownership stages positively and significantly contribute to the engaging stage where the actual knowledge construction takes place....
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The primary goal of this article was to empirically assess how institutionalized organizational trust dimensions are linked with firm’s innovativeness. An approach to conceptualize and measure multidimensional institutionalized organizational trust as a profile model was proposed. The factor analysis, based on a survey study, was used to examine th...
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The primary objective of this paper is to demonstrate the use of the strategic group map as a tool for knowledge management. If knowledge is understood as the ability to process information into decisions and actions, the strategic group map can be seen as a tool for knowledge management at a-strategic level. It enables sector information to be pro...
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Based on a stream of research, this study identified four components of the e-learning courseware usability: fundamental, appearance, information presentation, and communication. The communication component was considered an expanded component of the e-learning courseware usability. A theoretical model was built and three hypotheses were developed...
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Educational, economic, and technological challenges are faced by women throughout the world. These challenges must be addressed. Are opportunities presented through the use of mobile and social technologies an answer to this gender specific issue? Slovenia, Romania, and Georgia are among several countries being studied globally in an effort to dete...
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This paper develops an instrument that can be used to a) measure the influence of organizational leadership on trust management and knowledge management separately; b) measure the effect of trust management on knowledge management; and c) measure the effect of knowledge management on organizational performance. The instrument is based on a proposed...
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This paper develops an instrument that can be used to a) measure the influence of organizational leadership on trust management and knowledge management separately; b) measure the effect of trust management on knowledge management; and c) measure the effect of knowledge management on organizational performance. The instrument is based on a proposed...
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The increased competition both in the public and private sector has caused growing interest in quality improvement, designing, and implementing organizational performance measurement systems. Academic organizations also recognized the need for implementing such systems, for example, some recent works in organizational performance in higher educatio...
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Purpose – Gamification has been studied in many areas, i.e. marketing, education, training, and psychology. There has been an increased interest in the topic of gamification among scholars in the past several years. The purpose of this paper is therefore to use citation network analysis and explore changes in scholarly interest in the topic of gami...
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The number of individuals engaging in social technologies for both personal and business reasons is staggering. This phenomenon is growing exponentially and fast becoming an integrated, cross platform experience which will impact every individual online. Social technologies used specifically by organizations for business support, the purposes and t...
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The purpose of this study was to propose a theoretical model and empirically measure whether trust impacts organizational performance. This study focused on three constructs: management trust (MT); organizational trust (OT); and organizational performance (OP). Specifically, the results of this study determined whether management trust (MT) signifi...