Conditions of company operation on today’s Russian telecommunications market are investigated. The importance is stressed of applying specialized systems ensuring analytical justification of decisions made in strategic planning.
The author of the article focuses on the system of awarding scientific degrees (doctor and candidate of sciences), an object of hot discussions in Russia. An experiment is described of introducing study programs in our country that would be followed by awarding a new type of professional degree – that of Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) widely practiced in the West.
Topical problems of the region (as exemplified by the Vologda Region) are analyzed. Emphasis is made on the key reserve of qualitative economic growth - innovative development of the industrial sector.
Specific requirements advanced to governmental entities architecture are regarded. Criteria which may be used to evaluate the maturity stage of all of them are listed, directions of practical application of architectural descriptions are indicated.
The author gives an explanation of important notions which refer to civilized business relations, such as honesty and trust, and shows the advantages for all interacting participants of an honest business.
Particular tasks set for the management by customer centricity as a special type of organization strategy are formulated. Emphasis is made on finding a balance between formal and informal components in the management system.
Saralidze Anzor, Donichev Oleg
The condition of human capital in the regions of Russia’s Central Administrative District is investigated, main factors are identified which exert a maximal impact on the formation of relevant indicators. A regional cluster analysis was carried out on the basis of indicators \reflecting the population’s quality of life.
The findings of an object-oriented event modeling (as exemplified by procurement) are displayed. It is shown that if using risk maps are used the efficiency of this type of activity is higher.
Dzyaloshinsky Iosif, Pilgun Maria
The findings of a research centered on the evaluation of businessmen’s personal qualities in various countries (Great Britain, Germany, Spain, Italy, Russia, France and USA) are exposed. The opinion is justified that different social, professional and other groups of population form their own ideas about people engaged in business.
The author examines the formation of process management system - with consideration of the specificity of a coal mining company. Problems are analyzed which emerge when the management system of the coal mining company is changed.
Zhukov Nikolai, Eremeyev Valeri
The authors investigate the privatization process in Russia’s rural sector which leads to its gradual monopolization. They argue that strategic management of rural economy based on developing state-corporate relations is needed.
Kryukov Igor, Shadrin Alexander
The principal characteristics of international management standards are compared to their Russian analogues. Basic requirements imposed to management systems are cited.
New mechanisms introduced by recent legislative initiatives in the area of governmental management of Russia’s economic development are displayed. Risks connected with realizing state programs are enumerated.
The current state and problems of the European financial system under conditions of common socioeconomic space formation are exposed. The operation of the European Central Bank, a supranational entity, in the framework of the European Union responsible for a common monetary policy, is disclosed.
Trends are discussed typical for Russian economic development since the 1990s. The author stresses that to achieve a real breakthrough the state has to take decisive actions that would help create an institutional environment stimulating national businessmen’s activities aimed at technological retooling of the economy.
The link between global economic management and global property relations is displayed. The transitional character of economic relations in the course of world property formation is underlined.
A close interconnection between the notions «quality of human capital» and «quality of life'» is shown. A new paradigm based on the triad «public management – human capital – quality of life» intended for public management of quality of life provision is substantiated.
Reform types of property relations as foundation for economic transformation in post-Soviet countries are analyzed. The impact of privatization on transformation processes and political aspects of the given processes are researched.