PROJECT MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATION IN GOVERNING INSTITUTIONS OF RUSSIA: AIMS AND RESULTS

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Olga A. Lomovceva
Boris A. Tkhorikov
Olga A. Gerasimenko
Aleksandr V. Sobolev
Anna A. Merezhko

Keywords

Governing institutions, Project management, Resource Limitations and Restrictions, Project Culture, Involvement into Project Activities, Implementation Approaches of project management

Abstract

Purpose: The article views applied aspects of an important scientific problem - efficiency improvement of state management based on project management that allows solving complex tasks under the conditions of severe restrictions in time, financial and other resources.


Methodology: Methodical approach to project management includes process and targeted approaches that provide current operating activity long with innovative solutions implementation.


Result: The article proves the implementation approach of project management in governing institutions based on the corporate culture, motivation and employee competencies transformation.


Applications: This research can be used for universities, teachers, and students.


Novelty/Originality: In this research, the model of Project Management Implementation In Governing Institutions of Russia: Aims and Results are presented in a comprehensive and complete manner.

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