Innovative Management And Development Stages Of Industrial Enterprises

Abstract

The article reveals the essence of innovative management of industrial enterprises and the stages of development. It also reveals the characteristics of innovative development, the analysis of its theoretical foundations and the requirements for innovation. The author argues that innovation incorporates innovations related to human needs that change with the development of society, the processes of their creation, distribution and use. The article also comments on the essence of the economic category "Innovation" in terms of innovation management, the scheme of organization of innovation management in industrial enterprises, the external strategic goals of innovation management and the level of management of innovation management in enterprises. In the practice of innovation management, the term innovation is often associated with "investing in innovation." At the same time, the concept of innovation is the result of intellectual activity on the introduction of innovations in socio-economic relations in the organization of production processes, the characteristics of which are highlighted in the article: novelty, ie new quality indicators; achieving high economic efficiency; improving the competitiveness of the enterprise or product, etc. The article analyzes the characteristics of innovation in the organization of innovation management in industrial enterprises, as an economic category, which is inextricably linked with such terms as "invention" and "innovation". These are: scientific and technical innovation; availability of practical use in the production process; commercial suitability.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.80

Online ISSN

2357-1330