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TOYOTA-ORIENTED TECHNOLOGIES AS ECOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT TOOLS FOR TRANSPORT ENTERPRISES

Marina Zhuravskaya (), Elena Morozova (), Natalia Anashkina () and Manuela Ingaldi ()
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Marina Zhuravskaya: The Ural State University of Railway Transport
Elena Morozova: The Ural State University of Railway Transport
Natalia Anashkina: The Ural State University of Railway Transport
Manuela Ingaldi: Czestochowa University of Technology

Polish Journal of Management Studies, 2016, vol. 13, issue 2, 192-203

Abstract: The authors studied the managing principles for running a modern transport enterprise. In research process the experience and results of foreign scientists were analyzed and different company management tools were compared. Special focus is given to ecological approach due to crucial relevance of environmental problem. In this connection, the importance of Toyota technologies and BOST method, created by a Polish scientist Borkowski S., is emphasized. The research has been carried out for transport enterprises, which are high-demand in any country of the world. The case study is the largest Russian railway company – JSC Russian Railways. As the result, the guidelines to the improvement of management principles for JSC Russian Railways have been developed.

Keywords: Toyota principles; BOST method; environmental management; transport industry enterprises; survey (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
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