ORGANIZATIONAL PLANNING OF THE INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE REGIONAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Published: 29 Aug 2014
Abstract: The growth of life quality of the population of any region depends to a large extent on improvement of management quality that is promoted by formation of the effective internal environment of the regional management system. The main directions of the organization of this process are the following: structural creation of subsystems of management (where institutional, cultural, cognitive, competence-based components will be the base of its activity and development and which develop other subsystems); formation of the special organizational culture, aimed at stimulating creativity and favoring to cooperate; activation of the intellectual capital, as the set of the human, social and organizational capital; strategic development of professional abilities, knowledge, and the qualified actions of leaders and experts of a management system in organizing different fields of the region’s activity in the most effective way. It is necessary to develop the multifunctionality of employees that assumes the combination of related specializations and close qualifications functions; development of new functions and duties; promotion to new positions or to other departments. In the network of organizational and institutional changes it is required to use strategic approach to develop that kind of people who will be the center of the internal environment of the regional management system.
Keywords: management system, region, internal environment, competences, cognitivity, intellectual capital, organizational culture, personnel, strategy, quality
Cite this article: Lucia G. Akhtariyeva. ORGANIZATIONAL PLANNING OF THE INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE REGIONAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Economy & Business 8, 200-208 (2014). https://www.scientific-publications.net/en/article/1000377/
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