HOW TO ADD VALUE TO BUSINESS BY EMPLOYING DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES AND TRANSFORMING MANAGEMENT APPROACHES
Natalia Altukhova (),
Elena Vasileva and
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Elena Vasileva: Finan. Univer. under the Government of the Rus. Federation
Vitaliy Yemelyanov: Finan. Univer. under the Government of the Rus. Federation
Business Management, 2018, issue 1 Year 2018, 71-84
The aim of this study is to present the experience in the management of enterprises at different levels: from optimising business processes to introducing strategic business development. We have analysed the experience in creating digital metallurgy in Russia and present the experience in implementing a smart system for monitoring and diagnostics of line equipment at the Alchevsk metallurgical plant. The article reviews major issues related to the introduction of artificial intelligence systems so as to exercise automated control over production processes. These issues refer to the deterioration and depreciation of production assets which is caused by the reallocation of funds for the modernisation of production and the unpreparedness of staff for the introduction of new systems. Digital technologies provide new opportunities for managing corporate resources and initiating profitable activities. The article also reviews applying Design Thinking techniques and tools to the training and education of specialists for the digital economy. Entrepreneurial skills, out-of-the-box thinking, the ability to work in teams and to make decisions are essential competencies which must be acquired by students during their academic training so that businesses could be prepared for their digital transformation.
Keywords: project management; IT; design thinking; IT education; digital transformation; business process (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: M15 L86 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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