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    Impacts of internationalization on strategies and business models of Lithuanian financial companies while implementing MiFID
    [Internacionalizacijos svarba Lietuvos finansinių kompanijų verslo modeliams ir strategijoms, įgyvendinant MIFID direktyvą]
    research article
    Laužikas, Mindaugas
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    Tišinaitė, Renata
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    Genytė, Aurelija
    Socialinių mokslų studijos : mokslo darbai = Social sciences studies : research papers / Mykolo Romerio universitetas. Vilnius : Mykolo Romerio universiteto Leidybos centras, 2010, Nr. 4(8)., p. 141-151
    This research is to scrutinize the main impacts of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) on business models and strategies of Lithuanian financial firms in the context of the internationalization of a company. Being the second article in a series relying on the results of a survey of the influence of the MiFID on business models and strategies of Lithuanian financial companies (2010), it backs the analysis presented in the first article, where modifications in the performance of financial companies were analysed on the basis of such criteria as the lifetime and the size of a company. It also completes our scheme of the influence of the MiFID on business strategies and models. Adding the third shred of internationalization to a mosaic of contributions from the MiFID to Lithuanian financial companies, such aspects as management of financial and human resources, circulation of information and knowledge, the volume and transparency of investments, attractiveness for foreign investors and the number of clients, transaction costs, the valued-added profit, establishment of new departments, smoothness of development business strategies abroad, cooperation with other organizations while implementing the directive and many others are elucidated.
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    Impacts of size and lifetime on strategies and business models of Lithuanian financial companies while implementing mifid
    [Įmonės dydžio ir gyvavimo trukmės svarba Lietuvos finansinių komapnijų verslo modeliams ir strategijoms, įgyvendnant finansinių priemonių rinkų direktyvą]
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    Laužikas, Mindaugas
    ;
    Tišinaitė, Renata
    ;
    Genytė, Aurelija
    Socialinių mokslų studijos = Social sciences studies : mokslo darbai. Vilnius : Mykolo Romerio universiteto Leidybos centras, 2010, Nr. 3(7)., p. 177-196
    The present research is to check the influence of MiFID on business models and strategies of Lithuanian financial firms and to examine the value added and main impacts of such factors as the size and lifetime of a company. Inspired by results of a recently conducted survey on influence of the European Union’s directive MiFID on business models and strategies of Lithuanian financial companies (2010), we came to believe that the size and lifetime of the company definitely deserve being objects for further investigation. Apart from more generic aspects of this influence such as the availability of information or financial resources, diffusion of information and knowledge, we take into consideration such parameters as the volume and transparency of investments, the quality of service and dynamics of the number of clients, major changes in workforce, new synergies achieved, smoothness of development business strategies abroad and many others.
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    Determinants of the innovation culture and major impacts on the innovation strategy : the case of information technology sector in Lithuania
    [Inovacijų strategijos įgyvendinimui palankios inovacinės kultūros kūrimas : Lietuvos informacinių technologijų sektoriaus atvejo studija]
    research article
    Le Bas, Christian
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    Laužikas, Mindaugas
    Socialinių mokslų studijos : mokslo darbai = Social sciences studies : research papers / Mykolo Romerio universitetas. Vilnius : Mykolo Romerio universiteto Leidybos centras, 2010, Nr. 4(8)., p. 125-139
    The present research reveals a set of patterns of a general innovation culture within the information technology sector of Lithuania and examines the main impacts and value added to the innovation climate on both the performance of the company and implementation of the innovation strategy. Largely relying on results of a survey in combination of the innovation and human resource strategies in Lithuanian information technology companies (2008) and semi-structured interviews of 10 CEOs within Lithuanian information technology companies (2009,) we found out that potential returns, translated to such factors as a value-added net profit from both innovative activities and research and development and productivity, belong not only to the allocation of human and financial resources to innovative activities, but also on parameters of the combination between the innovation and human resource strategies inside the company in addition to building a necessary environment to support innovations, adequate recruitment methods, motivation policies as well as key strategic relationships.
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