Assessment Of The Prodaction Potentional Of The Furniture Industry Enterprise

Abstract

Timely assessment of all components of the production potential of the enterprise allows to identify not only those problems that at this particular moment impede the achievement of maximum efficiency of the enterprise, but also those that may arise in the near and medium term, to choose the right tools to neutralize these threats and ensure, thereby, a reliable prospect for the sustainable development of an economic entity. The paper provides an assessment of the production potential of a furniture industry enterprise in the Krasnoyarsk Territory using the method of A. Gorina, which includes an assessment of individual elements of production potential, namely: fixed assets, working capital and labor resources, then a general assessment of production potential is performed. The dominant position in the structure of production potential is occupied by labor resources, and this is a historically established pattern that does not lose its relevance in the modern world. The knowledge, skills and abilities possessed by employees determine the volume and quality of the goods produced. An important factor is the fact that the analysed elements of production potential are interconnected. Based on this fact, it can be said that the measures proposed to increase the level of use of one of the elements of production potential will, to a greater or lesser extent, affect the other elements, which will have a positive effect on the efficiency of the entire enterprise.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.248

Online ISSN

2357-1330