The semantic content of the term «architecture» in the context of organizational management is explained. Prospects are mapped out to apply architectural models providing for operation and development of the organization.
Voronov Nikolai, Udalov Fyodor, Alyokhina Olga
The role of the centralized management system in resolving economic problems is conceptually evaluated. It is stressed that Russia’s national specificity has to be taken into account when choosing a management system.
Various approaches to the study of economic subjects’ behaviour are highlighted. The author’s hypothesis based on value-rational behaviour of a person is forwarded.
An approach is described which allows adequate managerial decision making for the development of socioeconomic systems applied in Russia’s fuel and raw-bearing regions. Projecting of novations is effected with the help of diagnostic, planning, adaptation and adjustment procedures.
Suyts Victor, Voloshin Dmitri
The authors focus on the prevention and identification of abuses in company’s reports about its financial and economic results. Forensic audit methods are indicated which aim to identify and detail distortions of financial reporting.
The interrelation between the efficiency of governmental ordering system and the transparency of sectoral performance is addressed. The structure of the analytical system which enhances the transparency of procurement activities is covered.
Aksyonov Victor, Shakhov Andrei
The authors concentrate on the approach to educational model choice in the course of training managers. The statement is supported that «the competencies school» is a yesterday's concept, not a breakthrough into the future.
Problems topical for the system of management education are addressed. The need is stressed to fully meet the requirements applicable to management skills and competencies against the background of a growing competition between Russian and foreign universities in the area.
The history of emergence and development of management as a science is investigated. The targets and tasks faced by the modern system of training managers are dealt with.
Novichkov Nikolai, Smirnova Valentina
The paper addresses specific features of organizational communities in social networks, their mission, typology and other aspects studied in connection with modern organizations development. Problems of leadership, culture, values of the organization, etc. are covered.
Motives are unveiled which lead to realize the human need for team-work, for setting up organizations. The role and place of management in social practices are evaluated, the significance of using modern technologies in training relevant specialists is demonstrated.
The process of teaching various management disciplines is viewed from the perspective of applying up-to-date methods, in particular problem and case study games. The scenario of the specific Professional Manager game is cited.
Under modern conditions the risks run by insurance companies are treated as an object of comprehensive management. The statement is supported that the level of business risk depends on the choice of alternative variants of solutions made by responsible persons, and also on the assessment of eventual consequences.
Buzgalin Alexander, Kolganov Andrei
The outcomes of 20-year-long Russian economic transformation are analyzed. The main results of changes in the public production structure, the quality of life and the parameters of social inequality are presented.
Provisions of the Federal Law «On Strategic Planning in the Russian Federation» are investigated. It is shown that Russian legislation regulating governmental strategic planning issues in Russia needs to be further improved.
Bekoeva Diana, Tikhenky Vladimir
The chances are analyzed to scientifically define the qualities an efficient manager should possess. The difference between competence and competency concepts is explained.
The paper shows that more active globalization processes and intensified interregional competition call for a revision of investment policy. Indicators of investment inflow into the economy of Moscow over 2012-2013 are analyzed as well as measures adopted by the city government in order to attract foreign investors.
The role and place of education in developing a modern manager are researched. The author points to the fact that a part of the scientific and educational community is concerned about the insufficient educational level of managerial personnel and its low competency level.
Management theory components dealing with the essence and content of management are investigated. Neuromanagement, an emerging field of research based on values management, is positioned as an alternative to the theology of management.
Research findings are advanced which show the importance of gender equality in raising the efficiency of managerial decision making in political and economic areas. Foreign experience in designing training programs for women business leaders is presented.