Проблемы теории и практики управления


Corporate Rebranding Performance Measurement

Landgraf Polina

The article addresses the structure of corporate rebranding performance indicators, a model of comprehensive assessment of performance is proposed. According to the author, applying the above indicators will help not only evaluate separate aspects of corporate rebranding performance but also measure the general level of success investments demonstrate in changing the company’s brand.

Information Culture and Knowledge Management in the Company

Khachaturian Ashot

Information and communication culture constitutes a most important component within the system of knowledge management in the company, the author argues. Enterprises capable to be the first in linking their information and communication culture to their general development strategy will gain a significant competitive advantage.

Managing Innovations — a Factor of Ensuring the Country’s Economic Security

Rovnykh Evgeny

The author holds that the relatively low production profitability in Russia — caused, among other things, by harsh weather conditions — is a negative factor, which impacts considerably on attracting investment to the national processing industry. Creating industrial clusters makes sense primarily in those Russian regions where the natural environment are maximally favourable to develop adequate production.

Neo Industrial Revolution: Transition from Specialized to Universal Production

Strokov Vladimir

In the article the transition from specialized industrial production — featured by the division of labour and mass homogenous output meant for mass-market consumers — to universal small-lot production is discussed. Structural adjustments in industry will take place on the basis of capital partition and isolation in line with subject and thematic-technology universalization.

On the Causes of Ineffectiveness of Modern Management

Kondratyev Eduard

The article presents a hypothesis of the causes of ineffectiveness of modern management. It demonstrates that the equipment and technologies used by modern managers are critically lagging behind the development level of people. Culture, leadership, involvement and motivation should be the main benchmarks of new management, and not ‘profit and lower cost at any price, the spawn of the technical and tooling system.

On the Role of Reflexive Design in Multi-Project Management of Modernization Processes

Kovalchuk Yulia, Stepnov Igor

The authors dwell on issues linked with applying theory and methods of reflection when designing modernization scenarios, which are caused by the need to implement projects of new economic industrialization. The authors prove that foresight methods already contain technologies that take into consideration the researcher’s behaviour reflection resulting from the cognitive process.

Organic Agriculture in the System of Sustainable Development of Rural Territories

Polushkina Tatyana

Organic principles of economic management open up new chances for sustainable development of rural territories of the country. This is conditioned by the unique combination of low technology methods of agricultural management, a relatively liberal situation around land legislation, and weak involvement of human and scientific-technical potential.

Regional Factors and Limitations in Attracting Foreign Investment

Emelyanov Yuri, Leonova Yulia

The current foreign and national experience in assessing the investment attractiveness of territories and regional interests, factors and limitations for foreign direct investment have been researched. It is shown that when solving the task of increasing investment attractiveness of regions, the differences between regions and the types of investors should be taken into consideration.

Resource- and Innovation-Based Approach to Modernizing the Agroindustrial Complex: Problems of Import Substitution

Shutkov Anatoly, Loginov Evgeny

The essence of resource- and innovation-based strategy of import substitution in the agroindustrial complex, its content in the current business environment are addressed. The need is proved to design a new Program of agroindustrial production recovery and development by way of applying principles, which shape a resource- and innovation-based strategy of import substitution.

Russia’s Defense-Industrial Complex Development Forecast

Kokhno Pavel, Serov Nikolai

Development trends of the defense-industrial complex (DIC), the R&D branch structure and funding sources are analyzed. The growth rates and the share of innovative products in the total output volume of DIC and its branches over a three-year period are determined.

Specific Features and Problems of Federal Support for Single-Industry Towns

Kuznetsova Olga

The author detaches stages in the development of federal support practice for single-industry towns. Problems related to the definition of the criteria for selecting single-industry towns are discussed. Specific features of federal support for single-industry towns in the first years (2010-2011) of the economic crisis are analyzed as well as new tools applied within this federal regional policy component in 2014-2015.

The Impact of Monetary Policy on National Economic Development

Ivanov Viktor

The author shows the pernicious consequences for the national economy of the restrictive monetary policy pursued by the Bank of Russia. The expediency is proved to develop specific budgetary mechanisms to finance investment, ensure long-term money loans in the economy.

The Relationship between Economic Development Model and External Labour Migration

Tukhtarova Evgeniya

The article focuses on the findings obtained in the empirical research on the impact of external labour migration on the regional economy (the case of the Sverdlovsk region). The conclusion is made that the extensive development model in the region is the main factor for attracting foreign labour surplus.

Trends and Prospects of Exhibition Business Development in Russia

Suleymanova Karina

The author substantiates special importance the exhibition activities have for the country's real sector of economy in the period of crisis. She formulates basic development problems of exhibition activities in Russia at the present stage and offers a system of anti-crisis measures in order to recover the modern exhibition market.

Typology of Models for Assessing Inter-Firm Relations

Popov Yevgeni, Semyachkov Konstantin, Simonova Victoria

The article shows that in modern conditions, traditional forms of organization are replaced by network forms —- as most effective and adaptive. The authors investigate models of valuating inter-firm relations proceeding from traditional/alternative approaches, and systematize factors influencing the effectiveness of interaction between network members.

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