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Dr hab. inż. Anna Borucka, prof. WAT
ORCID: 0000-0002-7892-9640

A graduate of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the Military University of Technology in Warsaw and the Faculty of Economics of the University of Management and Administration in Opole. In 2015, she obtained the degree of doctor of technical sciences in the discipline of construction and operation of machinery, in the field of operation of technical equipment, awarded by the Scientific Council of the Air Force Institute of Technology. She obtained the degree of doctor habilitated in the field of engineering and technical sciences in the discipline of civil engineering and transport in 2021, awarded by the Scientific Discipline Council "Land Engineering and Transport" of the Military University of Technology. Since 2009, she has been employed at the Military University of Technology (2010–2017 assistant, 2017–2022 assistant professor, from 2022 professor). Author of over 100 scientific publications devoted to the issues of analysis, evaluation and modeling of transport systems, especially in terms of their safety and proper functioning as well as logistic processes in both civilian enterprises and military units. Member of scientific and organizational committees, as well as an active participant in many national and international scientific conferences. Reviewer of scientific articles published in international journals. She carried out both scientific and industrial-scientific internships in the country and abroad. Expert of the Polish Maintenance Society.

DOI: 10.33226/1231-2037.2023.1.4
JEL: O01, O02, O03

The aim of the article is to indicate the difference between a publicly available forecasting indicator used in supplier planning and one created specifically for a given company. The authors based on the results of comparative research in the operation of chain stores, forecasting deliveries and their value with the use of various systems supporting the forecasting of product supply. A research hypothesis was adopted that reliable forecasts are crucial in improving order fulfillment and are an important factor influencing customer satisfaction and gaining a competitive advantage.

Keywords: forecasting; optimization; supply chains; planning; development
DOI: 10.33226/1231-2037.2022.10.3
JEL: L91

The study presents an overview of the available research results concerning the analysis of the impact of factors characteristic for the behavior of road users that influence road accidents. Intellectual fitness, personality and temperament as well as psychomotor skills were analyzed. The aim of the article is to present the current results in terms of selected psychological factors, i.e. intellectual performance, personality and temperament traits as well as psychomotor performance in the field of road safety. It is also the basis for setting directions for further research in this field.

Keywords: road safety; driver; the personality factors of the driver