MECHANISMS OF EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT IN ELECTRIC POWER COMPANIES
Natalia Vagapova (),
Alexandr Sidorov and
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Natalia Vagapova: Kazan State Power Engineering University
Alexandr Fedotov: Kazan State Power Engineering University
Alexandr Sidorov: Kazan State Power Engineering University
Georgii Vagapov: Kazan State Power Engineering University
Polish Journal of Management Studies, 2016, vol. 13, issue 2, 183-191
The problem of efficiency of electric power companies is quite relevance. The conducted researches in this area are directed on different aspects of activity of the companies. However, the problem of effective management from the point of the competency approach is researched in a less degree. Competency approach is one of the important factors of the success of business projects. The reason is in its effects of the development of organizations, and consequently the business success and profit. The paper gives analysis of significance value of soft skills and self-management skill for effective activity of managers of electric power companies. The authors indicate the high importance of the group of soft skills and self-management skill as one of the base of soft skills for effective manager of electric power companies. Performed research has shown that soft skill and self-management skill are the important property of managers. Soft skills and self-government skill are able to influence the overall performance of managers. The processes of managing of soft skills and self-management skill are becoming important.
Keywords: efficiency; electric power companies; the manager; soft skills; self- management skill (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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