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Технічний Рівень Виробництва В Системі Забезпечення Конкурентоспроможності Підприємства (Методичні Основи І Діагностика)
[Technical level of production in the system of enterprise competitiveness (methods and diagnostics)]

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  • Stoyko, Ihor Ivanovych
  • Vovk, Yuriy Yaroslavovych

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Planning the technical level of production factors is to be based on the main tasks of the enterprise development. It should be directed at development and mastering of new products time reducing, its quality and efficiency improvement, the development of specialization and updating the organization of production that is of paramount importance for the enterprise competitiveness under market conditions. The method to determine the scale and change dynamics in the technical level of production within the enterprise competitiveness providing system on the basis of a set of economically sound efficiency factors is analyzed. Technical level of production as a whole increasing or some separate factors dealing with problem sectors is provided both by the enterprise reengineering and a number of certain engineering activities.

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  • Stoyko, Ihor Ivanovych & Vovk, Yuriy Yaroslavovych, 2012. "Технічний Рівень Виробництва В Системі Забезпечення Конкурентоспроможності Підприємства (Методичні Основи І Діагностика)
    [Technical level of production in the system of enterprise competitiveness (
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    Keywords

    технічний рівень виробництва; продуктивність праці; показники технічного рівня; технічний потенціал; інженерний менеджмент; technical level of production; labor productivity; performance technical level; technical capabilities; engineering management;

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    • O32 - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth - - Innovation; Research and Development; Technological Change; Intellectual Property Rights - - - Management of Technological Innovation and R&D
    • O33 - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth - - Innovation; Research and Development; Technological Change; Intellectual Property Rights - - - Technological Change: Choices and Consequences; Diffusion Processes

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