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The problem of raising labor productivity in Russia: the concept of lean production

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  • Dobrin, Kirill

    () (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration- Stolypin Volga Region Institute of administration)

  • Zolotareva, Sofia

    () (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration- Stolypin Volga Region Institute of administration)

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For many years in Russia are trying different ways to increase productivity. Leaders set the new equipment, try to innovate and develop the most effective control system. Often, however, do not achieve the desired effect the performance of the new equipment is much lower than estimated, the output of the production lot of marriage, are not reduced, and production costs. In order to achieve productivity growth in Russia, it should be concerned not only the state, but also every single company. Diagnosing problems, development of methods for increasing productivity and implementing them in practical work is a matter of time-consuming and costly. In this regard, it is necessary to use modern mechanisms for effective motivation. Increase productivity and motivation is not just staff. However, there are mechanisms and models to do this. For example, in our opinion, this may contribute to the concept of lean manufacturing. In all enterprises in the organization of production activities there are losses directly affecting the productivity in the organization and does not benefit the final consumer. Implementation of lean manufacturing for domestic enterprises to identify and reduce the loss of data will improve productivity at the country level. Keywords : productivity, efficiency, lean manufacturing, motivation of personnel, material and technical base, organization of labor, the cost of production.

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  • Dobrin, Kirill & Zolotareva, Sofia, 2016. "The problem of raising labor productivity in Russia: the concept of lean production," Published Papers p16102, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
  • Handle: RePEc:rnp:ppaper:p16102
    Note: Proceedings of the All-Russian scientific-practical conference: Saratov region: tradition, innovation, leadership strategies (6-8 April 2016), Stolypin Volga Region Institute, Saratov
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