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Dear „e-mentor” readers,

I am pleased to share with you the newest collection of diversified papers illustrating new trends in management and in education, with a focus on the international perspective.

The part dedicated to readers primarily interested in management begins with the study exploring the internet users' knowledge and awareness of cryptocurrencies and the determinants of their use in Poland. The discussion of new trends in management is continued with an article on memes, memetics and their applications, conceptual development of memes, identification how they are used in different fields, and a vision of memes in the near future. At the end of this section, readers will find out about the determinants and motives for implementing change management in healthcare.

There are new trends in education related to the transformative approach to developing global human resources. To make the study more interesting, the evidence comes from Japan. Readers can also learn about various aspects of the challenges in remote education, including two cases studies: one from Turkey and another from the USA. Finally, three other articles reflect a modern approach to academic teaching methods, forms, and programs: the identification of critical success factors and risks in the academic course development process through the application of project management methodology; the development of curriculum that will integrate teaching guidelines covering the areas of application of AI technology in the financial and insurance sectors, and the presentation of the manifesto for academic teaching in Business Process Management education in Poland.

As mentioned above, in this issue we have a diversity of topics, as well as authors representing different backgrounds. The strategy of internationalisation supported by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (Poland) with granted funds (RCN/SP/0361/2021/1) has led to cooperation between "e-mentor" and the foreign organisers of scientific conferences. We have observed an increase in the number of manuscripts submitted and, as the current issue clearly illustrates - a growing number of authors affiliated at foreign institutions. Our further efforts are focused on boosting the quality of published articles, increasing international visibility, raising transparency of the editorial process, and modernising the website. I sincerely hope that the planned improvements will satisfy not only our readers, but also authors and reviewers.

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Robinson Fritz, A transformative approach to developing global human resources: An interdisciplinary framework for promoting personalised learning in Japanese universities

Japanese government internationalisation initiatives in recent years have aimed to create undergraduate courses that nurture “global human resources”. These initiatives involve objectives associated with developing skills, attitudes, and knowledge related to foreign language skills and intercultural understanding. However, educators at Japanese universities responsible for their development and implementation often lack adequate guidance to achieve such objectives. To address this gap...
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Navrang Rathi, Pooja Jain, Memes, memetics and their applications: A systematic review of literature

Memes are not new concepts, but they have garnered popularity recently. They are a prevalent form of communication on various social media platforms. However, due to a lack of concrete literature (Al Rashdi, 2020), there is still some initial scepticism surrounding them. This paper uses a systematic literature review to create a pool of research papers to be examined to chart the conceptual development of memes, determine how they are used in different fields, and present a vision of memes in the near future. It identifies eleven areas which were studied in parallel to memes, suggesting possible meme applications and development. It adopts the PRISMA 2020 framework to ensure systematic screening and reporting of relevant papers from various databases.
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Piotr Sliż, Justyna Berniak-Woźny, Edyta Brzychczy, Renata Gabryelczyk, Katarzyna Gdowska, Marzena Grzesiak, Aneta Napieraj, Marta Podobińska-Staniec, Natalia R. Potoczek, Marek Szelągowski, Piotr Senkus, Krzysztof Kluza, Business Process Management education in Poland: A manifesto for academic teaching

This paper critically assesses Business Process Management (BPM) education in Poland and provides evidence-based recommendations for improvement. Through a survey of 44 BPM educators, the study evaluates BPM lifecycle coverage, IT tool utilization, and incorporation of the Six Core Elements of BPM. The findings reveal a focus on process modeling and analysis, identifying gaps in the way the entire BPM lifecycle is addressed. Despite the utilization of various IT tools, there is a notable absence of coverage for emerging topics such as process mining, AI, and Robotic Process Automation...
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