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Stoyanova O. V.

Dr of Technique, Associate Professor, National Research University Branch in Smolensk

Method for intellectual management of industrial enterprise information resources

Industrial enterprise information resources management method describing separate components of a control system is considered. The method is based on using the set of interconnected mathematical models. The models presented incorporate graph theory, fuzzy logic and cognitive modeling methods modifications.


Accounting non-stationary in the temporal-logical model of the project

The article analyzes non-stationary arising in the process of project management at the industrial enterprises and their effect on the project structure. The method which provides accounting of non-stationary in the project temporal-logical model structure is presented. An example of the practical use of this method is given.

Managing nanoindustry projects using complex adaptive model

Nanotechnology development in Russia is limited to the lack of effective project management methods available to reduce barriers in the transition from research to production of nano-products. It causes relevance of a problem of developing new approaches that take into account peculiarities of projects and project management in this field. This article describes one such approach, using a project management organization for integrated adaptable model.

The trajectory estimation model for project management in creation and organization of high-technology industrial products production

The projects of creation and organization the high-technology industrial products production include interrelated tasks (activities) of envisioning, planning, design and developing. Such projects have several specifics, such as different structural relationships between activities, high level of information uncertainty and large amount of controlled parameters. The quantity of these parameters depends on external factors and internal connections of the project. The described peculiarities determine the necessity of modifying of widely practiced project management formal methods and models. The article describes requirements to project models, on which the proposed method of model creation is based. The method includes the following stages: the decomposition of the project to subprojects; the creation of network models of the subprojects; the creation of the model that consists of activities belonging to different subprojects and having common input/output connections; the identification of the project goals with the help of indicators. The indicators may be of different types: quantitative (point ant interval estimations) and qualitative. The indicators for each goal-oriented project state are integrated with the use of proposed algorithm and form the project trajectory. The considered model makes possible to estimate the project trajectory in various time points. As a result the project management becomes stable under uncertainty.

New applications of competency models in human resource management

New trends in human resource management (HRM) require information systems to be compliant with fast–changing business requirements and tasks. The article presents the results of HRM tasks analysis through the prism of using the capabilities of information technologies to support actual HRM tools. New applications of such a tool as a competency model are discussed. The proposed decision–making support algorithm for planning activities in the field of personnel development, based on the use of a company’s competency model, is described.

Mechanisms of adaptation of educational programs to labor market requirements: experience in Business Informatics

The study shows that the key problems in the training of specialists in interdisciplinary areas are the lack of shared understanding of the content of professional competencies and a variety of re-quests for knowledge and skills of graduates. For interdisciplinary educational programs, such as Busi-ness Informatics and Applied Informatics in the economy, the problem is aggravated by the fact that the rapid development of information technologies leads to a constant change in the requirements of employers. To solve these problems, universities need mechanisms for constant adaptation of educational programs to the labor market in a digital environment. The conducted investigation allows to distinguish the following mechanisms: design of educational standards taking into account professional standards, professional and public accreditation, councils of educational programs, questioning of grad-uates and employers, participation of employers at all stages of the educational process. Due to the lack of effective procedures for the use of these mechanisms, they are often applied formally. The paper pre-sents the procedures for the implementation of these mechanisms, tested for five years in the process of constant improvement of bachelor and master programs in “Business Informatics” at Saint Petersburg State University. The proposed procedures can be successfully replicated for other universities regarding their specifics.

A method and a model framework for planning R&D changes in manufacturing enterprises

This paper presents a method and a model framework for R&D changes planning in manufacturing enterprises, implementing digital transformation projects. The relevance of development of such method is evident because of growing number of factors, influencing the decision-making process and simultaneously the complexity of such influence estimation increases. Classical changes planning methods in such cases do not ensure required level of estimation objectivity and credibility. The objects of research are industrial enterprises, actively engaged in research, design and engineering. The subject of research are methods and models for R&D process changes planning in context of digital transformation endeavors, being implemented in the companies. The research objective is to develop a R&D process planning method, enabling to account for corporate changes, related to digital transformation processes. The proposed method is based on the analysis of the discrepancies between the actual enterprise architecture and the target one and search for possible solution to rectify these discrepancies. For quantitative estimation of the changes, an integral indicator "stakeholder satisfaction level" is proposed. This indicator is calculated using a set of models (a model framework), those preparation and application sequence is defined by the considered method. The paper describes the concept of the method, the problems, being solved within each stage, tools used and final outcomes. The example of planning R&D changes in manufacturing enterprise illustrates the method in work and provides for better understanding of the concepts, presented in the paper. Read more...