Integration of Company Development Management Practices Based on Project Management
Project management as a management system at the enterprise allows to provide strategic development within the framework of approved documents that determine the possibility of increasing entrepreneurial activity at an enterprise. This provision is based on the development of an operational management system, a balanced scorecard, and a vision of industry prospects. In this regard, it becomes relevant to search for possible ways to develop a company and build a system of relationships with contractors. The novelty of the study is determined by the provision that the development of a company should be focused on building long-term relationships with contractors. The authors show that relations should be built on the basis of the project form of cooperation. The article reveals a model for building project management within an organization that seeks to create an innovative environment. The parametric characteristics of the model, its expression in the operating activities of the company and the possibilities of its scaling are presented. The practical significance of the study is determined by the necessity to introduce indicators into the management process that can not only model development over a long period, but also those that can mitigate the negative consequences of crisis phenomena. The use of the model for the formation of an equilibrium forecasting system at the enterprise is proposed.
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