• Capturing Knowledge Co-Creation with the Practice Ecosystem Framework in Business and Academia Collaboration 

      Jakubik, Maria (Mednarodna fakulteta za družbene in poslovne študije, 2019)
      This paper demonstrates how the evolutionary knowledge co-creation processes captured with the practice ecosystem framework in business and academia collaboration. Data are collected from 91 organizations in Finland during ...
    • Critical role of people in organizational development - Az emberi tényezö kritikus szerepe a szervezetfejlesztésben 

      Jakubik, Maria; Bencsik, Andrea (Pécsi Tudományegyetem Közgazdaságtudományi Kar, Vezetés- és Szervezéstudományi Intézet, 2019)
      This paper seeks to answer the question Why is the human factor critical in developing organizations? The paper assumes that organizations are living open systems created and developed by people. Therefore, in organizational ...
    • The E-experience : exploring employee engagement 

      Jakubik, Maria; Vakkuri, Madeleine
      Haaga-Helia Publication Series (Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences, 2015)
      This qualitative research study explores employee engagement experience. It offers a framework that helps to understand how sensing leadership, management, and internal communication influence employees’ feelings, thinking, ...
    • Elaborating the job demands and resources model of employee engagement 

      Jakubik, Maria (University of Pécs, 2018)
      In my theoretical paper, I seek to elaborate the existing job demands and resources (JD-R) model of employee engagement (EE) by extending it through the work-life balance (WLB) concept. This elaboration of the central model ...
    • Flourishing Organizations 

      Jakubik, Maria (The International Institute of Informatics and Systemics, 2017)
      In this paper, I seek to answer the following question: What makes organizations flourish? My ontological standpoint is that organizations are living, open systems created and developed by people who are unceasingly and ...
    • Masters Bring Business Benefits - Proved By Finnish Managers 

      Jakubik, Maria (Turkey, Sakarya University, 2018)
      In this empirical research paper, I seek to answer the question: How does working life benefit from UAS master’s theses? My goal is to demonstrate how master’s students of the Degree Programme in International Business ...
    • Practice Ecosystem of Knowledge Co-Creation 

      Jakubik, Maria (International School for Social and Business Studies, 2018)
      This conceptual paper proposes the practice ecosystem framework, which helps to understand how knowledge co-creation practices are taking place in the emerging forms of organizations. This framework seeks to address these ...
    • Rethinking Leadership and It´s Practices in the Digital Era 

      Jakubik, Maria; Berazhny, Ivan (University of Primorska Press, 2017)
      Digitalization causes disruptive changes in leadership practices. Understanding digitalization is thus important yet our review of the literature shows that: (1) the science and practice of leadership are still immature ...
    • Solving Business Problems Together. Case: A Master´s Degree Programme in Finland 

      Jakubik, Maria (The International Institute of Informatics and Systemics, 2017)
      This descriptive, single, intrinsic case study seeks to answer the following questions: Why should business practitioners and educators work together in solving business problems? How are the business problems of companies ...
    • Talent Engagement Framework as a Journey to Performance 

      Jakubik, Maria (Juraj Dobrila University of Pula. Faculty of Economics and Tourism "Dr. Mijo Mirković", 2016)
      This conceptual paper proposes a framework for engaging talents at work that leads to business performance. The framework is built on concepts that are evolving and they are defined in several, in many cases confusing, ...