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Small and medium-sized Russian enterprises: features of the formation of the management system (organizational design)
[Малые И Средние Российские Предприятия: Особенности Формирования Системы Управления (Организационного Дизайна)]

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  • Borisova, Larisa (Борисова, Лариса)

    () (The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration)

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The purpose of this study was to identify effective management systems for small and medium-sized Russian companies, taking into account the peculiarities of the Russian mentality. As a result of the analysis of data obtained in the course of questioning and interviewing managers of small and medium-sized enterprises, the dependence of the organizational design on the cultural parameters of the managers and teams was revealed. The most effective management systems for small and medium-sized businesses are identified, taking into account the phase of their life cycle, management style, and organizational culture. The results of a comparative analysis of organizational design of successfully operating small and medium-sized enterprises with nationally homogeneous and nationally diverse teams are presented.

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  • Borisova, Larisa (Борисова, Лариса), 2019. "Small and medium-sized Russian enterprises: features of the formation of the management system (organizational design)
    [Малые И Средние Российские Предприятия: Особенности Формирования Системы Упра
    ," Working Papers 051912, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
  • Handle: RePEc:rnp:wpaper:051912
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