Проблемы теории и практики управления


Applying Information Technologies in Knowledge Management

Chesnokov Alexander

The development of information technologies in organizations helps them participate in "new economy" creation where other type of relations will be established between companies, different structures of companies proper and standards of their management introduced. In the course of the new scientific-technical revolution and consumer-oriented IT-branch development new technologies will emerge, whose significance will not be obvious at the moment of their inception. The changing world will demand new knowledge and new people capable to generate this knowledge and apply it in business.

Conceptual Bases of Financial Management in Integrated Structures

Kozenkova Tatyana

As a result of creating an integrated business structure resources (financial included) are consolidated, which makes it necessary to build a system of financial management for not only individual subdivisions but the company group as a whole. The efforts of financial managers should be directed to ensure compatibility of resource potentials and lower corporate risks.

Evaluating and Ensuring Efficient Socioeconomic Development of a Region

Smirnov Valeri

Resulting from the monitoring proposed by the author conditions of applying an efficient spatial strategy and regional policy are created, which, by impacting the donor-acceptor relationship in the framework of the regional system, will ensure efficient socioeconomic development of administrative-territorial structures within the region and the national economy at large.

Foreign Investments in Russia: Main Trends

Frenkel Alexander, Sergienko Yakov, Raiskaya Natalia

The analysis made by the authors reveals foreign investors' insufficient and irregular activities in Russian economy. To make use of the country's potential a set of measures aimed at improving the investment climate in the country and increasing foreign investors' confidence in Russia should be adopted.

Investment Projects: Managing Personnel Risks

Zaitsev Yevgeni

Uncertainty and risks are typical for efficient personnel management. Applying methods of their assessment and neutralization suggested by the author implies introducing a safe production environment on the enterprise, a stronger emphasis on tolerance and appropriate empathy. At the same time excessively close relations and overfamiliarity between the CEOs and underlings play a negative role.

Managing Structural Changes in Economy

Demchenko Svetlana

The economic system of modern Russia needs qualitative structural changes in the sphere of consumption and accumulation capable of imparting to it the necessary dynamism. Due operation of the economic mechanism not only on different levels of economy but also in its various spheres is important.

Prevailing and Possible Forms of Economic Integration of the CIS Countries

Promsky Nikolai

The setting up of a common economic space as such does not guarantee maximal economic growth of integrating countries thanks to the best use of their aggregate potential. Along with

Purchases and Sales Optimization Pattern for Commodities in Short Supply

Zalozhnev Alexei, Shuremov Yevgeni

The task of optimizing purchases and sales of commodities in short supply is to find a purchase price from the supplier which would enable him to supply the necessary volume of commodities in demand, and on the other hand fix the sales price of these commodities sold to end-buyers with maximal marketing profit.

Raising the Efficiency of Regional Housing Program Management

Korol Svetlana, Semchenkova Anna

The economic strategy aimed at solving housing problems should pay attention to the stratification of population into three social groups. For all of them specific ways of attaining the goal as well as methods of influencing the structure of housing construction objects should be traced. The complexity of the goal to modernize social infrastructure can be explained by the need to find a compromise between broadening state and private resources on the one hand and creating adequate institutions of the other.

Russia's Economy: From Structural Changes to Qualitative Growth

Grinberg Ruslan

Two approaches to solve problems of the country's modernization exist. Within the first approach the main goal is to improve institutions being informal norms of life. The second approach implies that spontaneous development only is insufficient even under conditions of minimal inflation, independent judiciary system and an ideal investment climate. Governmental activities are irreplaceable in the choice of priorities and in adapting coordination mechanisms of financial, credit, foreign economic policies to these priorities.

Selected Problems of Intra-Holding Financial Management and Ways to Overcome Them

Krasilnikov Sergei

One of the principal tasks of intra-holding management is to optimize the volume and structure of managerial impact exerted by the parent company on subsidiary companies. The difficulties in solving the task can be explained by the need to create an environment in which the goals pursued by the impact do not stand in contradiction with measures of stimulating subsidiary companies CEOs' initiative.

Solving Psychological Problems of Operator's Work in Innovation Processes

Fyodorov Vadim, Yepaneshnikova Irina, Bendersky Gennadi

Among the diverse problems related to the psychology of managerial activities (investigated by engineering psychology) the most important ones are: study the specificity of how an operator becomes aware of development images of various situations emerging in the managed system, and evaluate these images to take a right decision.

The Enterprise's Social Sphere: Issues of Strategic Management

Kalyugina Svetlana

Social activities of surveyed companies are short-term and financed according to the so called 'residual principle'. This explains a retarded reaction on emerging social problems, determines slow growth of labour productivity, causes high labour turnover and waves of strikes. Strategic management of the social subsystem allows to analyze existing opportunities and shape a behaviour, which can anticipate future changes.

Tourist and Recreational Special Economic Zone (SEZ): Score Assessment Method

Zakharova Irina

The Black Sea coast SEZ will help improve the competitiveness of health resorts in the Krasnodar Region on the world tourist and recreational market. The assessment method based on score and expert judgements allows to identify bottlenecks in implementing the project and map out measures to support scientific-technical, financial and economic decisions to attain the goals set.

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