METHODOLOGY FOR EVALUATING THE STRATEGY AND PROGRESS OF INSTITUTIONAL TRANSFORMATIONS OF INDUSTRIAL COMPLEXES IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY
A. G. Boev ()
Strategic decisions and risk management, 2021
The article is devoted to topical issues of transformation and development of Russian industry. The purpose of the research is to develop and test a methodology for evaluating the strategy and progress of institutional transformations of industrial complexes in the digital economy. The article defines the content of the methodology as a sequence of analytical stages that allow us to give a multidimensional and integrated assessment of strategic, process, structural, functional, technological, innovative, digital, institutional and other key aspects of the transformation of industrial complexes. The novelty and distinctive feature of the method are the ability to analyze the efficiency, speed, scale and resource support of institutional transformations of various types of industrial complexes in comparison with the average values of indicators for the Russian industry. Testing of the method was carried out on the production complex of Russia as a whole, as well as four industry, five territorial and fifteen local complexes. It is determined that transformations in the domestic industry are local, reactive and low-dynamic. Reengineering of functions, business processes, organizational structures, institutions and management systems of enterprises is carried out at an insufficient pace. Most Russian companies have not changed their strategies in the context of the digital economy. A list of ways to improve the efficiency of transformation of domestic enterprises is proposed.
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