MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES EFFECTIVENESS IN MODERN RUSSIAN INSTITUTION IN THE CONTEXT OF HEAD WORKPLACE MODELING

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Elmira K. Semenova
Yuriy G. Volkov
Vladimir V. Uzunov
Alexander V. Popov
Anna V. Vereshchagina

Keywords

management activity, the efficiency of management activity, credit and financial institutions, the head, the workplace of the head

Abstract

Purpose: The scientific approach to the organization of labor and the workplace of the institution head involves the search for the most optimal model or technique acceptable to the Russian conditions within the current management culture, traditional views on the nature of managerial work, the scale and effectiveness of management activities.


Methodology: Methodological guidelines for the study of workplaces’ organization of credit and financial institutions’ heads are based on the provisions of modern ergonomics and the principles of a system-based approach, allowing justifying as a significant one the environment-oriented approach.


Result: The obtained results served as the basis for the development of appropriate recommendations to optimize the current situation in the context of eliminating existing gaps and problems in the credit and financial sector of the Russian economy from the standpoint of optimizing the process of organizing working places for managers of institutions in this profile.


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


Novelty/Originality: In this research, the model of the Management Activities Effectiveness in Modern Russian Institution in the context of Head Workplace Modeling is presented in a comprehensive and complete manner.

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