https://www.journals.vu.lt/informacijos-mokslai/issue/feed Informacijos mokslai 2020-06-05T09:05:34+00:00 Zenona Atkočiūnienė zenona.atkociuniene@kf.vu.lt Open Journal Systems <p style="text-align: left;">Founded in 1994. Dedicated to publishing articles on the information and knowledge society, information and knowledge management, organizational communication management, investigations of media management, media culture, international and intercultural communication. Indexed in the Scopus database from 2018.</p> https://www.journals.vu.lt/informacijos-mokslai/article/view/17839 Evaluation Model of the Integrational Relationship between Knowledge Management Processes and Business Processes 2020-06-05T09:05:23+00:00 Aurelija Ulbinaitė aurelija.ulbinaite@ef.vu.lt Justas Gribovskis justas.gribovskis@kf.vu.lt <p>In a contemporary organization, knowledge management is rarely assumed to be a supportive activity. Knowledge management processes are rather assessed as being inseparable from other main organizational processes. Considering the up-to-date research, there are no doubts about the benefits of knowledge management. However, because of its wide internal and external dissemination, it is challenging to identify and assess its value both in its entirety and in its value created by its individual processes. In the interdisciplinary context of literature analysis of information and communication and management research, in this article, the authors present the integrative evaluation model of the relationship between knowledge management processes and business processes. The model is characterised by its wide organizational applicability and allows measuring the value created by knowledge management processes in a real business environment. The model integrates the processes of product development, manufacturing and sales, including their constitutional dimensions, metrics and indexes, respectively. All this enables determining the impact of knowledge management processes on the main business processes and the resulting organizational added value.</p> 2020-06-05T04:22:51+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Aurelija Ulbinaitė | Justas Gribovskis https://www.journals.vu.lt/informacijos-mokslai/article/view/16667 Legal and Administrative Environment of Inclusive Libraries for People with Disabilities in Lithuania 2020-06-05T09:05:24+00:00 Kristina Kulikauskienė kristinakulikauskiene@gmail.com Laima Liukinevičienė liukinevicienelaima@gmail.com <p>The article analyzes the provisions of the most important international and national documents obliging public libraries to contribute to the reduction of social exclusion by meeting the informational, cultural and social needs of people with disabilities. The analysis of scientific literature reveals that the process of social inclusion requires changes in library activities and is associated with innovation. This process demands appropriate management, while the implemented changes should include activities associated with the key elements of an inclusive library – organizational management, accessibility of library services and environment, improved staff competences, collaboration with organizations representing disabled people and promotion of services. The article presents the results of the analysis of activity documents (2014-2019 annual activity plans and reports) of Šiauliai region libraries. This analysis enables to assess the readiness of libraries to become inclusive organizations for people with disabilities and to evaluate the current situation of initiation, implementation and consolidation of activities related to library services for people with disabilities from the perspective of change management.</p> 2020-06-05T03:59:36+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Kristina Kulikauskienė | Laima Liukinevičienė https://www.journals.vu.lt/informacijos-mokslai/article/view/18195 Editorial Board and Table of Contents 2020-06-05T09:05:34+00:00 Ona Atkočiūnienė info@leidykla.vu.lt <p>&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> 2020-06-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Authors https://www.journals.vu.lt/informacijos-mokslai/article/view/18196 The Problems and Challenges of Modern Publishing and Printing Industry of Ukraine 2020-06-05T09:05:33+00:00 Mykola Korinko nickolai.korinko@gmail.com Gnat Zhelikhovskyi <p>In this article the author examines the main problems of the prospects of development and some questions of operation of publishing and printing industry within the frameworks of global digitalization and growth of digital publications. The author pays special attention to the priority of the objects of activity of the publishing and printing complex of Ukraine. The purpose of this work is to determine the possible ways of development of the publishing and printing industry of Ukraine on the basis of state regulation of their activities. The results of this work may be used by public institutions in predicting the effective development of the economy and national legislation to support publishing and printing industry.</p> 2020-06-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Authors https://www.journals.vu.lt/informacijos-mokslai/article/view/18197 Art Gallery Visitors’ Motivations 2020-06-05T09:05:33+00:00 Virginija Jurėnienė virginija.jureniene@knf.vu.lt Dovilė Peseckienė dovile.stirbyte@gmail.com <p>The article discusses the motivational factors of visual art institution consumers. Analysis includes Falk’s identity-related theory of motivation for visiting art institutions that discusses how visitors’ experience begins before visiting a museum and is focused on the consumer’s attitude (identity) validation. Consumers’ motivation to visit an art institution depends on not only the proposals provided by the institution and their value to the consumer, but also on accessibility, the environment, and the personnel’s communication. The article introduces the motivations, expectations of consumers of the services provided by Kaunas Picture Gallery as well as evaluation of the services and infrastructure provided by the organisation obtained during study Visitors’ Expectations in Visual Art Institutions.</p> 2020-06-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Authors https://www.journals.vu.lt/informacijos-mokslai/article/view/18198 The Paradigm of Migranomics 2020-06-05T09:05:32+00:00 Andriy Gaidutskiy andriy.gaidutskiy@gmail.com <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong>The article analyses the influence of international labor migration on the development of the host and home economies. The purpose of the article is to show that thanks to migration the host countries could improve their development and their home countries could receive enough remittance flows to stabilize economic situation and continue reforms. And in the home countries migrants’ remittances use both for consumer and investment purposes. Based on an integrated approach to the study of these problems, the paradigm of migranomics has been formulated for the first time. At the same time, migranomics should be understood as a special part of the world economy, which is developed due to the effective use of labor of migrants in their countries of employment and the means of remittances of migrants for consumer and investment purposes in their homeland. The experience of the development of migration in the US, Canada, Poland and other EU countries is revealed through the use of immigrant labor. The conclusion shows that the achievements and perspectives of the development of migranomics in developing countries, including in Ukraine, and it is based on economic implications of migration remittances.</p> 2020-06-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Authors https://www.journals.vu.lt/informacijos-mokslai/article/view/18200 Types of Film Production Business Models and Their Interrelationship 2020-06-05T09:05:31+00:00 Ieva Vitkauskaitė vvvieva@gmail.com <p>Types of film production business models are not a widely studied area in the scientific literature, and more attention is paid to the production of individual films, specifics. In this article, ten types of business models of film production companies were analysed and systematized, and the relationships between them were established. The analysis of the models identified two main, major business models: the studio model and the Business model 2.0, which becomes part of all other business models. The studio model directly includes the vertical integration model. It also consists of a “Market-oriented” model, “Horizontal integration”, “Product-oriented” model. Business model 2.0 can consist of: “Long Tail”, “Free” model and “360 - degree” models.</p> 2020-06-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Authors https://www.journals.vu.lt/informacijos-mokslai/article/view/18201 Value Created by Culture in the Context of Sustainable Development: a Case Study of the Baltic States 2020-06-05T09:05:30+00:00 Ilona Kiaušienė ilona.kiausiene@knf.vu.lt Asta Mikalauskienė asta.mikalauskiene@knf.vu.lt <p>Culture is playing an increasingly important role in achieving sustainable development goals in countries. The value created by culture is important and an integral part of each country’s economy. The article is designed to establish the relationship between the value created by culture and the implementation of countries’ sustainable development goals through a detailed conceptualization of culture as an integral part of sustainable development. Conceptualization seeks to integrate culture into the concept of sustainable development by giving it three distinct roles in the process of evaluating sustainable development. The paper examines in detail the goals of sustainable development and their links with culture, highlighting the indicators that have been further used in the research. To assess the contribution of culture to the national economy, the number of cultural enterprises, value added in the cultural sector and turnover were estimated in order to compare employment in the cultural sector in different EU28 countries, and Min / Max indices were calculated. The study identified the relationship between the goals of sustainable development and the value created by culture, using a measure of connection strength. Statistical analysis of the data undoubtedly confirms that cultural contribution to the achievement of the SDGs is significant as there is a very strong positive relationship between the cultural value index and the SDGs achieved in all three case studies.</p> 2020-06-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Authors https://www.journals.vu.lt/informacijos-mokslai/article/view/18202 Festival Tourism as Part of International Tourism and a Factor in the Development of Cultural Tourism 2020-06-05T09:05:29+00:00 Stepan Dychkovskyy 227@ukr.net Sergii Ivanov chem100@ukr.net <p>The article examines that cultural tourism, by developing festival tours, is able to generate significant tourist flows not only by itself, but also it is a necessary complement to any other tourist product.&nbsp;<em>The purpose</em>. The aim is to analyze the scientific literature on intercultural research and the development of international tourist festivals. Results. The identification and discussion of the three main discourses of festival research made it possible to determine the role and impact of festivals in society and culture, the features of festival tourism and festival management. Classical discourse, emerging mainly from cultural anthropology and sociology, concerns the roles, meanings and influences of festivals in society and culture. Festivals are means for tourism, economic development and local marketing. At this discourse dominated. It is based on consumer behavior approaches and ignores the fundamental needs of celebration and many social and cultural reasons for searching a holiday. It should also be emphasized that festivals are increasingly being used to achieve social and cultural objects, which places them as implements for social marketers.</p> 2020-06-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Authors https://www.journals.vu.lt/informacijos-mokslai/article/view/18203 Cultural Tourism and Cities: Kaunas Case 2020-06-05T09:05:28+00:00 Aurelija Kuizinaitė aurelijakuizinaite@gmail.com Martynas Radzevičius radzevicius.martynas@gmail.com <p>A feature of the modern society is the city which tries to express itself by means of social and physical environment. One of the means of expression are events whose activities engage local residents, visitors, guests, tourists, and, of course, distant spectators by means of smart global technologies. Cultural activities manifest by implementing cultural projects of various areas, starting from one-time local events, and ending with large-scale international projects. Cultural tourism is a great opportunity of urban and regional tourism development. Implementation of cultural events in cities can have impact on cultural tourism development and its planning, and can be one of the very important economic as well as sociocultural impact of tourism that manifests by created infrastructure, increasing supply of services and entertainment, and lively cultural life in cities. The work is relevant because it reveals for the first time how mega cultural events in cities are or can be an effect for cultural tourism development in cities.</p> 2020-06-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Authors