Effective Management As A Condition For Innovative Development Of The National Economy


The construction of an effective system of the modern management in order to accelerate innovative development is considered today as a key factor ensuring the effectiveness of the work of entrepreneurial structures and the national economy as a whole. At the same time, the combination of the interests of the state and the owners of entrepreneurial structures, as well as their managers, forms a synergistic effect that ensures not only the acceleration of innovative development, but also a high level of national competitiveness in the conditions of globalization. In this context, we should talk about the positive impact of innovation on the satisfaction of the interests of producers, consumers and the state. Along with these aspects, the article also reflects the issues related to the increasing importance of innovative methods and management tools, which is closely related to the quality of human capital. This approach is no less important from the point of view of economic security, the increasing requirements for which in modern conditions of globalization cannot be ensured without the active development and implementation of innovations in all spheres of economic activity. An important tool for solving the complex of related urgent tasks is the comprehensive support by the state of the process of introducing innovations into the practice of managing entrepreneurial structures. Proceeding from this, the authors identified the most effective areas of management impact, activating the innovation process, and provided recommendations for their practical application.

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