The goal of the research is to create a portfolio management model that would be oriented on maximization of possible benefits from diversification using comparison of modern methods of management.
The article analyzes the problem of interaction between family culture and organizational culture of the family firm. The article discusses the ambiguity of the definition of the family business; the specifics of this phenomenon from the perspective of institutional theory, interrelation between corporate culture and culture of the family, the typology of the family business, which predict two types of family culture: a productive and counterproductive
This article in the context of the issues settled is an attempt to consider the experience of creation and realization critically of a two-leveled development strategy of Nizhny Novgorod region from 2005 to 2015. It shows how taking into account the open participative project technologies and selecting of the groups of the stakeholders one could reach the consolidation of a conflicting society around the same objective in the desirable Future, and also gives the retrospective estimation of efficiency of the approach accepted and considers the perspectives of its use in the future
In the article the basic elements of creating unique luxury consumer experience are considered. A model of unique consumer experience at luxury stores is presented.
Under stronger competition capacity management becomes a major problem for service organizations. By skillfully utilizing available resources the company can duly react to the changes in the external environment and provide for efficiently meeting the demand of offered services. The approaches proposed by the author can be applied in capacity management of service organizations and service divisions of industrial enterprises.
The outcomes of a sociological survey are assessed from the point of view of their impact on designing management methodology of projects, programs and project portfolios. Provisions of international professional regulations and competence requirements of project managers are taken into consideration.
The article presents a psychological approach to project risk management. The diagnostic techniques of individual risk propensity and methods of promotion and prevention of risky behavior are examined in the article.