The article highlights the results of a study on the use of value-based management as a new approach to the management of Russian companies. Its purpose was to identify similarities and differences in the approaches of Russian companies to create a corporate management system based on values, taking into account the heterogeneous context - the external and internal environment of the organization. study is based on the method of comparative study of case studies of companies or multiple case studies (multiple case studies). as empirical objects selected 3 companies of different sizes and industries ( mining, finance and real estate development business ) . The formation control based on the values considered as a process extending several stages. In addition to the factors of success of the process of creating a system of value-based management and the complexities of the process , the article also discusses the relation between personal and corporate values.
Management and use of available intellectual resources is even more vital for businesses with the growing speed of digitalization, intensification of competition, globalization and progress to the perceived highest level of labor productivity. The ultimate goal is to find out new ways of solving the problems and identificate possible ways of successful performance. Crowdsourcing is one of the instruments of consolidation and activation of creativity of people that are interested in the development of an organization. Due to its novelty, there are only few local attempts of using crowdsourcing in a practical way. Organizations carefully use this instrument for intellectual resources management and successful best practices are kept inside the corporate structures as a knowhow. In Russia, there is one organization that has successfully implemented crowdsourcing, namely the Sberbank Russia. In this paper, we analyze the experience of crowdsourcing implementation in Sberbank and try to find new ways of development of this technology
The article presents peculiarities of client orientation in different industries in Russia. Some practical advices "how to increase client orientation" are given by experts.
Motivating the working population to master digital skills is an important condition for the digital transformation of the Russian economy and companies. The article examines the relationship between the general level of motivation for learning digital skills and a number of factors, assesses the average level of motivation for four groups of skills, and compares the level of motivation between groups of workers and their motives. Empirical data were obtained by conducting an online survey of the working population in March 2020, the target sample was 116 respondents. It was revealed that the general level of motivation of workers to learn decreases with the increasing complexity of digital skills. The hypotheses about the relationship between the level of motivation and the perceived difficulty of using information and communication technologies and previous learning experience were confirmed. Differences between the groups of workers in the level of motivation and the degree of mastering specialized digital skills, related to the nature of the work were revealed. A higher interest in mastering this group of skills, as well as the degree of mastering them, was demonstrated by the group of managers. The strongest motive for acquiring digital skills is the need to use them at work.
Business models (BM) are becoming one of the actively studied topics in contemporary management research, being highly demanded by both academic and professional communities. It is assumed that BM innovation could serve as a crucial source of competitive advantage for the company, that it much less costly than new product launches or investment in marketing. Regardless the significant growth of publications in BM area many questions still remain unanswered. Various researchers develop new approaches to BM analysis that are aimed to better understand a company BM and also explore the mechanisms for its change and improvement. This article offers a new approach to BM analysis that is based on value chains and organizational networks theory. This approach is based on key tendencies in BM research and has a number of specific features that differentiate it from the other approaches and make it more adaptable and practically applicable in business.