Mechanism of Formation of the Resource Potential of the Management and Organisation Enterprise Development: Strategic and Tactical Aspects
The article considers influence of factors - reasons of origination of crisis phenomena - upon resource potential with the aim of study of management and organisation enterprise development. It identifies that correlation of managed and unmanaged processes at an enterprise is achieved only through correct selection of tactical and strategic orientation, which should take into account specific features of various types of crises, and also the process of their deployment and ways of prevention and elimination. The article generalises influence of factors - reasons of origination of crisis phenomena - upon resource potential with the aim of study of the management and organisation development of an enterprise and building a mechanism. It improves a mechanism of formation of the resource potential of the management and organisation development of an enterprise at tactical and strategic levels. It allowed finding out that managerial impact on formation and maintenance of key factors influences the formation, management and application of the enterprise resource potential.
Volume (Year): (2014)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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