Subjects

  • CRISIS MANAGEMENT

    Purpose: The course "Crisis Management" examines the modern theory of economic crisis management at the macro and micro levels. The main components of the concept and phenomena of disproportions and crisis situations are considered, such as: environmental crises, food crises, innovative crises, investment disproportions, external trade disproportions, energy crises, social security and demographic security. Crisis phenomena at the enterprise level are considered. The stages of level analysis, approaches, basic indicators and threshold values ​​of disproportions and crisis manifestations are considered. The factors of the external and internal situation of the country and their influence on the state of the spread of crisis phenomena and their influence on the level of the country's economic security are considered. The concepts of crisis transfer and description of this phenomenon are given. The modern theories and concepts on the issues of countering the crisis are given: the theory of noosphereism VI. Vernadsky (environmental safety), the concept of crisis transfer and the methodology for assessing the level of economic security A.I. Sukhorukova, the concept of proportional development I.V. Kryuchkova, given the methods of making management decisions in crisis situations in the enterprise. Modern anti-crisis measures are presented as a method of self-organization, self-harmonization, restructuring based on the law of structural harmony of systems.

    The main objectives of the course "Crisis Management" are:

    1. familiarization with the main provisions of the theory of crisis management;
    2. familiarization with the influence of the environment on the level of the crisis sustainability of the country and its economic security;
    3. familiarization with the concept of shadowing the economy and the impact of the phenomenon of corruption;
    4. the formation of practical skills to analyze the state and assess the level of crisis and the level of economic security;
    5. familiarization with the modern concept of the technological structure as a system element to ensure the anti-crisis sustainability of the country;
    6. familiarization with the most modern conceptual approach to the prevention of the occurrence of energy crises on the basis of the economic and energy concept;
    7. substantiation of the need to take into account the theory of noosphere in the strategic planning of economic growth based on the observance of the conditions of sustainability relative to the occurrence and spread of crisis phenomena;
    8. acquaintance with some aspects of the occurrence of disproportions in the tax sphere (for example, the most criminalized tax - VAT);
    9. familiarization with modern views on the prevention of crises in the field of food supply;
    10. Acquaintance with the correlation of food security indicators with HIV / AIDS and tuberculosis indicators as indicators of social imbalances;
    11. familiarization with the influence of the transfer of the crisis and deindustrialization on the level of the country's economic security.
    12. familiarization with measures to prevent the emergence of disproportions and crisis phenomena at the micro level and their connection with the violation of value added chains.
    13. acquaintance with measures to improve the management of payables and receivables as factors of destabilization of the situation in business

    Expected learning outcomes.

    As a result of studying the discipline, the student must know:

    fundamentals of the theory and practice of crisis management. and prevention practices.

    be able to:

    1. Demonstrate knowledge of theories, methods and functions of crisis management, and skills to identify problems and justify management decisions
    2. Describe the content of the functional areas of the organization, is in a crisis state.
    3. To demonstrate the skills of searching, collecting and analyzing information, calculating indicators for substantiating managerial decisions
    4. Show the skills of organizational design of anti crisis projects and programs.
    5. Apply anti-crisis and general management methods to ensure sustainability and organizational effectiveness.
    6. Demonstrate skills of interaction, leadership, teamwork in anti-crisis projects and programs.
    7. Show skills to substantiate effective tools for motivating the staff of the organization, is in a state of crisis.
    8. Explain, analyze and implement communication in various areas of the organization, is in a crisis state.
    9. Assess the legal, social and economic consequences of the functioning of the organization, is in a state of crisis.
    10. Identify the causes of the crisis, adapt themselves and team members to the crisis situation, find the means to neutralize it
    11. Perform research individually and / or in a group under the leadership of a leader.
  • ECONOMICS AND ORGANIZATION OF INFORMATION BUSINESS

    The purpose of teaching the discipline "Economics and organization of information business" are: the formation of a system of theoretical knowledge and practical skills on relatively modern models, methodologies, management tools in a dynamic information environment.

    The task of the discipline:

    • learn to navigate in the modern concepts of IT management and information business
    • conduct research on modern IT processes;
    • master the methodological approaches of information business management;
    • explore the modern methods of generating ideas and technological tools for their support.

    A thorough study of the discipline will allow you to avoid mistakes in the management of organizations of information business, to bring them to high performance indicators. This course is taught by combining classroom activities with independent work. Lectures, practical classes relate to classroom studies. When preparing for practical exercises, it is necessary, guided by the notes made during the lecture, as well as methodological instructions for each topic, to develop relevant sections of the textbook and recommended literature; find and analyze cases on this topic, learn their basic provisions. Independent preparation includes writing abstracts, reports and reports, analysis of cases and literature, bibliography review, practical tasks, problem solving, etc. The key to successful study of the discipline will be a systematic verification of the degree of assimilation of the theory, which can occur in the form of a survey, interview, testing, writing tests, solving specific problems. The final form of knowledge control is the preparation of a test.

    Expected learning outcomes.

    As a result of studying the discipline, the student must know:

    • Methods to justify the feasibility of creating an organizational form of information business;
    • the main categories of the information sphere of the economy;
    • types of information activities and business, information products and services,
    • describe information trends, features and stages of development of the information sphere of the economy.

     be able to:

    • analyze and use information resources for the technology of forming and running a business and its entry into the information market,
    • develop and analyze information business model;
    • to identify and justify the laws of operation and principles of information management;
    • develop a model of relations between the subjects of the information market functioning;
    • determine the organizational structure of companies, design the production system of the information business firm.
  • ELECTRONIC MARKETING

    The purpose of teaching the e-marketing discipline is: building knowledge about digital marketing tools and the possibility of using them to achieve the general and specific goals of the organization’s marketing activities.

    The main tasks of studying the e-marketing discipline are to form knowledge about the role and importance of e-marketing in the organization’s marketing activities, familiarize themselves with the modern practice of using digital channels, planning e-marketing and switching the organization to using digital channels. A thorough study of the discipline will allow you to avoid mistakes in the management of complex organizations, to bring them to high performance indicators. This course is taught by combining classroom activities with independent work. Lectures, practical classes relate to classroom studies. When preparing for practical exercises, it is necessary, guided by the notes made during the lecture, as well as methodological instructions for each topic, to develop relevant sections of the textbook and recommended literature; find and analyze cases on this topic, learn their basic provisions. Independent preparation includes writing abstracts, reports and reports, analysis of cases and literature, bibliography review, practical tasks, problem solving, etc. The key to successful study of the discipline will be a systematic verification of the degree of mastering the theory of organization management systems, which may occur in the form of a survey, interview, testing, writing tests, solving specific problems. The final form of knowledge control is the exam.

    As a result of studying this course, a student must know:

    • what is email marketing,
    • what are the elements of email marketing,
    • tasks are capable of solving each component,
    • with what tools does digital marketing function,
    • how does electronic and digital marketing influence the way marketing is implemented and, in general, the organization and management activities

    be able to:

    • define the goals and objectives of e-marketing
    • draw up an operational and strategic e-marketing plan for the organization.
  • ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

    The curriculum of the discipline “Organization Management Systems” is compiled in accordance with the educational and professional program for the preparation of masters (second level of higher education) in the specialty 073 “Management” (Management of organizations and administration (by economic activity)). The subject of study of the discipline is the management system of the organization as a set of all elements, subsystems and communications between them, as well as processes that ensure the specified functioning of the organization. Interdisciplinary communication: organization theory, management theory, organization management, change management, system theory and system synthesis. The purpose of teaching the discipline "Management Systems Organization" is to prepare for the practical and scientific activities of highly qualified specialists managers. The study of this special course is aimed at the awareness by students of the value of complex organizational forms, management subsystems and information systems that are designed to solve system problems. Mastering their theoretical positions of the theory of systems; the formation of their skills in the correct application of the knowledge and legal norms in solving specific problems. Studying the organization's management systems, the student must learn to analyze the necessary managerial errors, find the right solutions to solve them and effectively apply them in practice.

    The main tasks of studying the discipline "Management Systems Organization" are:

    • familiarization of students with the general provisions of the emergence and development of the theory of systems in the context of complex organizations;
    • highlighting the importance of management systems of organizations in solving complex and large-scale tasks of the organization;
    • promoting the development of independent thinking in students;
    • mastering students of management vocabulary and terminology;
    • the formation of a managerial culture of students.

    A thorough study of the discipline will allow you to avoid mistakes in the management of complex organizations, to bring them to high performance indicators. This course is taught by combining classroom activities with independent work. Lectures, practical classes relate to classroom studies. When preparing for practical exercises, it is necessary, guided by the notes made during the lecture, as well as methodological instructions for each topic, to develop relevant sections of the textbook and recommended literature; find and analyze cases on this topic, learn their basic provisions. Independent preparation includes writing abstracts, reports and reports, analysis of cases and literature, bibliography review, practical tasks, problem solving, etc. The key to successful study of the discipline will be a systematic verification of the degree of mastering the theory of organization management systems, which may occur in the form of a survey, interview, testing, writing tests, solving specific problems. The final form of knowledge control is the exam.

    Expected learning outcomes.

    As a result of studying the discipline, the student must know:

    subject management systems organizations; evolution of the development of systems theory; modern management models of complex organizations; organizational subsystems, their essence and mechanisms of application; definition and main characteristics of the information management system of organizations;

    be able to:

    determine the subject, classification and structure of the organization's management systems; use a systematic approach in solving managerial problems; distinguish between complex systems and theories of complex systems; apply software and information systems for effective management of complex systems in the organization.

  • HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM INDUSTRY

    The goal - the study of the discipline "The industry of hospitality and tourism" is to provide students with theoretical knowledge and the development of competencies, abilities of students. Also the opportunity to apply the knowledge and competence in their activities in the specialty (in the hospitality and tourism industry)

    Objectives: Consider especially the hospitality industry and tourism as an object of management at the state and regional levels. Consider the system and structure at the level of tourism enterprises and hotels. Examine the functions, principles and methods of management in the hospitality and tourism industry.

    Expected learning outcomes.

    As a result of studying the discipline, the student must know:

    • theoretical and methodological foundations of management in the hospitality and tourism industry;
    • management models of the hospitality and tourism industry;
    • The main components of tour operating;
    • The main components of hotel management at different levels.

    be able to:

    • develop a tourist or hotel product;
    • or develop a tourist contract or agency agreement;
    • make presentations of a country or region.
  • INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

    The subject of study of the discipline is the management of innovative activities of the enterprise.

    The purpose of studying the discipline "Innovation and Sustainable Development" is to form the future managers of the system of theoretical knowledge and practical skills of modern methodologies for managing innovative projects, analyzing the characteristics of the information market, organizing and managing informatization projects as an innovative market sector.

    The main tasks of studying the discipline "Innovation and Sustainable Development" is

    • learn to navigate in the modern concepts of innovation management;
    • lead research on modern innovation processes;
    • master the methodological approaches of innovation management.

    A thorough study of the discipline will allow you to avoid mistakes in the management of complex organizations, to bring them to high performance indicators. This course is taught by combining classroom activities with independent work. Lectures, practical classes relate to classroom studies. When preparing for practical exercises, it is necessary, guided by the notes made during the lecture, as well as methodological instructions for each topic, to develop relevant sections of the textbook and recommended literature; find and analyze cases on this topic, learn their basic provisions. Independent preparation includes writing abstracts, reports and reports, analysis of cases and literature, bibliography review, practical tasks, problem solving, etc. The key to successful study of the discipline will be a systematic verification of the degree of mastering the theory of organization management systems, which may occur in the form of a survey, interview, testing, writing tests, solving specific problems. The final form of knowledge control is the exam.

    Expected learning outcomes.

    As a result of studying this course, a student must know:

    • theoretical, methodological and methodological foundations of innovation management;
    • the purpose and functions of innovation management;
    • the essence and content of the basic laws and categories of innovation management.

    be able to:

    • to organize innovative processes in the modern environment,
    • select the methodology for managing innovative projects,
    • evaluate the effectiveness of innovative projects.
  • INFORMATION AND ANALYTICAL SUPPORT OF MANAGEMENT DECISIONS

    The purpose of teaching the discipline "Information and analytical support for management decisions" (IAPUR) are: the formation of a system of theoretical knowledge and practical skills of modern methodologies for the rational use of information systems (IC) and management decision support modeling (CP) technologies in an organization to achieve general and specific objectives of marketing activities in the transition of the organization to the use of digital channels.

    The task of the discipline:

    • making management decisions using information obtained from information systems
    • work in specific automated information systems using modern organizations
    • the use of modern technological directions of development of the enterprise information infrastructure
    • the use of modern methods of managing the implementation of information systems in the organization
    • promoting the strategic and operational orientation of information technology in the organization.

    A thorough study of the discipline will allow you to avoid mistakes in the management of complex organizations, to bring them to high performance indicators. This course is taught by combining classroom activities with independent work. Lectures, practical classes relate to classroom studies. When preparing for practical exercises, it is necessary, guided by the notes made during the lecture, as well as methodological instructions for each topic, to develop relevant sections of the textbook and recommended literature; find and analyze cases on this topic, learn their basic provisions. Independent preparation includes writing abstracts, reports and reports, analysis of cases and literature, bibliography review, practical tasks, problem solving, etc. The key to successful study of the discipline will be a systematic verification of the degree of assimilation of the theory, which can occur in the form of a survey, interview, testing, writing tests, solving specific problems. The final form of knowledge control is the preparation of a test.

    Expected learning outcomes.

    As a result of studying the discipline, the student must know:

    • theoretical foundations of the creation and operation of information systems and technologies, their use in management;
    • modern approaches to the classification of information technologies for use in management information systems,
    • modern concepts of storage and analysis of corporate information;
    • modern strategies, directions and prospects for the development of the IT market;
    • modern technologies of virtualization of IT infrastructure of the enterprise.

    be able to:

    • effectively implement information systems in practice to obtain relevant, timely, reliable, complete information to support management decision-making at all levels of management;
    • Manage projects for the implementation of IP and IT in the organization
    • evaluate and manage the effectiveness of the IT infrastructure of the enterprise.
    • accumulate and analyze information in software products.
    • analyze the current state and development trends of information systems.
    • choose the methodology of IT project management,
    • have skills in evaluating the effectiveness of innovative projects.
  • CORPORATE BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

    The purpose and objectives of studying the discipline "Corporate Business Management" - mastering the system of theoretical knowledge, skills and practical skills in the field of corporate management. The subject of study is the corporate governance system and the organizational and economic mechanism of its functioning at the micro and macro levels, the formation of a mechanism for the development of integrated corporate entities, as well as a system of relations between shareholders, managers and other stakeholders to ensure a balance of their interests, which is aimed at the effective operation of the enterprise.

    Course objective:

    • study of the theoretical and practical bases of implementation
    • corporate management of joint-stock company activities;
    • acquisition of practical skills in analyzing the capabilities of the corporation;
    • mastering the fundamental conditions for successful functioning corporations;
    • calculations and their justification;
    • develop systemic management decision making skills; coordination, regulation and motivation of all participants corporate relationships.

    The value of the course: consists in students learning the knowledge necessary for managing organizations in various fields of activity, making management decisions aimed at achieving the goals set, directing work, intelligence, behavior motives of people working in the organization.

    Upon completion of the course, students should:

    know:

    the nature, principles and models of corporate governance, national legal framework of corporate governance, legislation on securities (in particular shares), their types, properties, forms of issuance, participants of corporate relations and corporate governance bodies, rights and obligations of shareholders, features of financial management and financial analysis in the corporate governance system, the reasons and procedure for bankruptcy of a joint stock company, the possibilities and methods of reorganization of a joint stock company.

    be able to:

    prepare the charter and constituent documents of the joint stock company, form the management structure of the organization, calculate the market value of shares, prepare documents for the general meeting of shareholders, be able to formulate requirements for the disclosure of corporate information, calculate the amount of shareholders' dividends, analyze the financial statements of the joint stock company and evaluate its financial condition, analyze the existing ownership structure, the system of control over the organization, conduct anal of the corporate stock company management.

  • LOGISTICS

    Purpose: training of qualified managers in the field of logistics, the study of theoretical concepts and practical methods of logistics management; formation of a system of knowledge about the principles and methods of logistics management, familiarization with the factors of the logistics environment, the study of the functional areas of logistics management, the development of practical skills in material management, logistics operations and systems.

    Task: mastering the logistic methods of managing a business organization, developing skills in analyzing the organization's logistic environment and the main elements of the logistic system; the study of theoretical concepts and the acquisition of practical skills for effective logistics management in the following areas: order management, production operations, procurement, distribution activities, stocks, transport operations, quality, warehouse operations, information flows; formation of abilities to optimize the activities of the enterprise in terms of logistics and organization of effective logistics management in the enterprise. This course is taught by combining classroom activities with independent work. Lectures, seminars, practical classes are classroom studies. When preparing for seminars, it is necessary, guided by the notes made during the lecture, as well as methodological instructions for each topic, to develop relevant sections of the textbook and recommended literature; find and analyze practical examples on this topic. Independent training includes writing essays, reports and reports, analyzing literary sources, reviewing bibliography, performing practical tasks, solving problems, etc. The key to successful study of the discipline will be a systematic verification of the degree of mastery of the theory of logistics, which can occur in the form of a survey, interview, testing, writing tests, solving specific problems. The final form of knowledge control is the exam.

    Expected learning outcomes.

    As a result of studying the discipline, the student must

    know:

    logistic functions and activities, the structure of the logistic system, functional areas of logistic management, methods of administering logistic management.

    be able to:

    carry out analysis of the logistics system, optimize logistics chains, normalize inventory levels and develop supply strategies, make decisions on managing key logistics activities.

  • MARKETING

    The purpose of studying the academic discipline "Marketing" is to prepare for practical activities and conduct research on the management of organizations through developing students' understanding of the purpose of marketing in the activities of organizations and the economy as a whole and a system of special knowledge in marketing; development of skills and abilities to analyze the market environment, customer value, market activity of the organization and management decisions on marketing; introduction and use of marketing in enterprises, taking into account their features.

    The task of studying the marketing discipline is to

    • determining the role and functions of marketing in the organization, the prerequisites for its occurrence and restrictions on its use;
    • familiarization of students with the prerequisites of occurrence, historical evolution and current trends in the development of marketing;
    • familiarizing students with basic marketing concepts and concepts;
    • research of the main components of the marketing policy;
    • mastering the basic terms and concepts of marketing, the formation of a professional culture.

    Expected learning outcomes.

    As a result of studying the marketing discipline "Marketing", the student must know:

    • the subject of marketing, its role and functions in the management of the organization;
    • marketing management concepts;
    • prerequisites for creating a marketing strategy, methods for analyzing the external and internal marketing environment;
    • strategies for creating customer value and its varieties;
    • components and basic tools for the practical implementation of the marketing policy;
    • concepts and examples of socially responsible marketing, ways to harmonize marketing activities with the requirements of sustainable development.

    be able to:

    • analyze the market environment, identify market opportunities and threats, determine the central marketing problem (s) and set marketing goals on the basis of a SWOT analysis and a matrix of confrontations;
    • determine consumer value, points of differentiation and target group of consumers, competitive advantages over competitors' products;
    • plan marketing activities at the enterprise level or individual business unit.
  • MARKETING (PR-TECHNOLOGIES) IN HOTEL AND RESTAURANT BUSINESS

    The goal is to familiarize students with modern marketing concepts in the field of hospitality, consideration of strategic and marketing planning, modern forms of forming and stimulating demand in the hotel and restaurant business.

    The task of examining the ways, methods and approaches of practical use marketing tools (PR - technology) in the hotel and restaurant business.

    Expected learning outcomes.

    As a result of studying the discipline, the student must know:

    • basic concepts in the field of marketing for restaurant and restaurant business;
    • principles of organization of marketing activities in the hotel and restaurant industry;
    • theoretical aspects of strategic and tactical planning of marketing activities in the hotel and restaurant business;
    • mechanisms and tools of marketing and PR-technologies in the hotel and restaurant business
    • information technologies used in the hotel and restaurant business.

    be able to

    • conduct a marketing audit
    • analyze the external environment;
    • build relationships with hotel and restaurant contact audiences.
  • MARKETING SOFTWARE PRODUCTS

    The purpose of teaching the discipline "Marketing of software products" are: the formation of a system of theoretical knowledge and practical skills of modern models, methodologies, tools of marketing management of software products in a dynamic information environment.

    The task of studying the discipline "Marketing of software products" is to provide knowledge on:

    • essence of marketing information products;
    • the structure and content of the market of information products;
    • types of information products as a commodity;
    • channels and means of disseminating information products;
    • principles of planning, strategy and tactics of marketing information products.

    A thorough study of the discipline will allow you to avoid mistakes in managing the marketing of software products and lead the organization of the information business to high performance indicators. This course is taught by combining classroom activities with independent work. Lectures, practical classes relate to classroom studies. When preparing for practical exercises, it is necessary, guided by the notes made during the lecture, as well as methodological instructions for each topic, to develop relevant sections of the textbook and recommended literature; find and analyze cases on this topic, learn their basic provisions. Independent preparation includes writing abstracts, reports and reports, analysis of cases and literature, bibliography review, practical tasks, problem solving, etc. The key to successful study of the discipline will be a systematic verification of the degree of assimilation of the theory, which can occur in the form of a survey, interview, testing, writing tests, solving specific problems. The final form of knowledge control is the preparation of a test.

    Expected learning outcomes.

    As a result of studying the discipline, the student must know:

    • the main categories of the information sphere of the economy;
    • The concept of marketing software products;
    • a system of marketing research and marketing information;
    • types of information products and services as a commodity;
    • policy principles in marketing activities;
    • channels and means of disseminating information products;
    • principles of planning, strategy and tactics of marketing of software products.

    acquire practical skills by:

    • collecting and analyzing marketing information;
    • forecasting the marketing situation;
    • planning and adjusting the company's marketing policy.

    be able to:

    • to characterize the concept of marketing information products and services;
    • analyze the approaches to the definition of consumers of information products;
    • determine the structure and content of the market for information products and services;
    • to characterize the system of marketing research and marketing information;
    • to analyze the principles of policy in marketing activities;
    • navigate the channels and means of disseminating information products and services;
    • to characterize the principles of planning, strategy and tactics of marketing information processes and services.

    The study of the discipline "Marketing of software products" is based on the general knowledge of the disciplines "Economics and Organization of Information Business", "Computer Science and Computer Equipment", "Applied Software".

  • MARKETING RESEARCH

    The purpose of the study of the discipline "Marketing Research" is to study the ways, methods and tools of research organizations of their marketing environment; methods of planning, organizing, implementing and monitoring research activities in marketing

    The task of studying the discipline "Marketing Research" is to:

    • Studying the marketing research process
    • Teaching the correct setting of marketing research objectives
    • Learning how to organize and conduct marketing research
    • familiarization with data collection methods and criteria for their selection and quality assessment
    • mastering the methods and tools of data analysis in order to obtain a reliable and objective result and increase the reliability of management decisions.

    Expected learning outcomes.

    As a result of studying the academic discipline "Marketing Research" the student must know:

    • Definition and main types of marketing research;
    • Ways of organizing marketing research activities in an organization, including planning and defining a research strategy;
    • Ways of doing research, interacting with research organizations, building research units in the structure of organizations;
    • Advantages, disadvantages and areas of application of various data collection methods; ways to analyze the collected data

    be able to:

    • On the basis of the management problem, determine the goals and objectives of the marketing research;
    • Make a request for a study
    • Determine the economic value of the information to be found and, on its basis, estimate the maximum amount of reasonable marketing research costs.
    • Find the main types of secondary information from open sources.
    • Compose a search question, questionnaire or observation form
    • Identify the media you need information.
    • Determine the structure and composition of the sample
    • Assess the accuracy and reliability of the research result
  • MANAGEMENT

    Objective: the study of the basic provisions of management, familiarization with the historical and classical concept of management, the study of basic management functions, the formation of a complex of knowledge about the principles, principles and methods of effective management.

    Task: familiarization with the main historical schools of management; the formation of practical skills in analyzing the external environment of the organization and making management decisions; the formation of practical skills for the effective implementation of the basic functions of management: planning, organization, motivation and control; development of managerial skills; familiarization with the modern concept of management.

    This course is taught by combining classroom activities with independent work. Lectures, seminars, practical classes are classroom studies. When preparing for seminars, it is necessary, guided by the notes made during the lecture, as well as methodological instructions for each topic, to develop relevant sections of the textbook and recommended literature; find and analyze practical examples on this topic. Independent training includes writing essays, reports and reports, analyzing literary sources, reviewing bibliography, performing practical tasks, solving problems, etc. The key to successful study of the discipline will be a systematic verification of the degree of mastery of the theory of logistics, which can occur in the form of a survey, interview, testing, writing tests, solving specific problems. The final form of knowledge control is the exam.

    Expected learning outcomes.

    As a result of studying the discipline, the student must know:

    management theory, basic approaches and basic concepts of modern management, methods of making management decisions, basic management functions: planning, including strategic, organization, motivation, including leadership, and above.

    be able to:

    freely use the provisions of management theory in scientific discourse, distinguish between basic schools and management concepts, make plans and set goals for an organization, apply quantitative planning methods, analyze the structure of an organization, apply basic motivation tools, develop leadership skills, build communications and exercise control over the organization’s activities.

  • MANAGEMENT OF ORGANIZATIONS

    Objective: to study the basic theories of management, the evolution of management thought, general principles and methods of effective management; modern principles of effective management, its functional areas and practical tools; students mastering the process of making management decisions and the main methods of its development; the development of knowledge about the system nature of management, the role of the leader in the management process, the study of methods for optimizing management systems

    Objective: the acquisition of knowledge on concepts, theoretical approaches and management methods, the development of practical skills of making management decisions, determining the effectiveness of management activities and the design of integrated management systems; providing a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical abilities in functional areas of management: marketing, manufacturing, finance, human resources management; systematization and generalization of students' knowledge about the principles of effective management of a business organization in modern conditions. This course is taught by combining classroom activities with independent work. Lectures, seminars, practical classes are classroom studies. When preparing for seminars, it is necessary, guided by the notes made during the lecture, as well as methodological instructions for each topic, to develop relevant sections of the textbook and recommended literature; find and analyze practical examples on this topic. Independent training includes writing essays, reports and reports, analyzing literary sources, reviewing bibliography, performing practical tasks, solving problems, etc. The key to successful study of the discipline will be a systematic check of the degree of assimilation of quality management methods, which can occur in the form of a survey, interview, testing, writing tests, solving specific problems. The final form of knowledge control is the exam.

    Expected learning outcomes.

    As a result of studying the discipline, the student must know:

    theoretical concepts and approaches to management, principles, methods and functional areas of management.

    be able to:

    conduct an assessment of the level of quality of any product at various enterprises; carry out the introduction of standardization in quality management, product certification; conduct quality management organization, carry out calculations of economic quality problems; conduct modern approaches to human resource management in enterprises.

  • PROJECT MANAGEMENT

    The purpose of the course: examines the modern methodology of project management, the main stages, approaches and basic tools of project management methodology. The modern algorithm of the logical-structural approach is presented; they are used by international organizations in developing development and restructuring projects. The factors of the external and internal environment of the project and their influence on the project implementation are considered. Provided management decision making methods. The main components of the methodology are presented: system integration, time management, budget, project quality, risk management, team, project procurement, communications and project changes. We consider modern information technology in project management.

    The main objectives of the course "project management" are:

    1. familiarization with the main tools of project management methodology;
    2. familiarization with the influence of the environment on the project implementation;
    3. familiarization with the algorithm of the logical-structural approach;
    4. the formation of practical skills in the use of logical-structural approach in the development of the project;
    5. familiarization with the mechanism for managing changes in the project;
    6. familiarization with the general approaches to the formation of the project team and the concept of leadership in the project;
    7. familiarization with the general approaches to project management of the harmonious development of the system;
    8. familiarization with modern information technology project management.

    Expected learning outcomes.

    As a result of studying the discipline, the student must know:

    the essence of the project management methodology, the essence of the logical-structural approach to project management, the structure and stages of the project, the principle of constructing the Gant chart, the calculation of the economic efficiency of the project.

    be able to:

    develop a project for development or restructuring, or the creation of a new business based on the use of a logical-structural approach in project management.

  • PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

    The purpose of the discipline "Public Administration" are: the study of the discipline is the mastering of theoretical knowledge in public administration and the acquisition of practical skills in applying the laws, principles, methods, technologies and procedures in the management of subjects of the public sphere; the acquisition of skills and the formation of competencies necessary to perform the functions and exercise the powers of the head (specialist) of the public administration subject, including for public authorities and local self-government. The objectives of studying the discipline "Public Administration" is a generalization of the theoretical principle of public administration, to give students a deep and systematic knowledge about the nature of the public service, its organization and functioning, tasks and functions, as well as development prospects;

    1. definition of the essence, laws, principles and mechanisms of public administration in the development of society;
    2. mastering the basics of the methodology, technology and procedures of public administration of objects of the public sphere;
    3. mastering the methods of forming, monitoring and controlling managerial decisions at the national, regional and local levels, as well as at the level of subjects of the public sphere from the standpoint of common civilization values, world experience and understanding of scientific achievements;
    4. to promote the choice of public servants of a proper model of behavior in the service, which provides for the flawless implementation of laws, in-depth knowledge of their rights and obligations, readiness and ability to ensure at a high professional level the rights and interests of citizens;
    5. to teach students to properly navigate in the legislation on public service, which regulates all public-service relations, starting with enrollment in public service and ending with its termination;
    6. to promote interest in the further development and improvement
    7. help to deeply understand the essence and significance of European standards and international experience in the organization and functioning of the public service for Ukraine.

    A thorough study of the discipline will allow you to avoid mistakes in the management of complex organizations, to bring them to high performance indicators. This course is taught by combining classroom activities with independent work. Lectures, practical classes relate to classroom studies. When preparing for practical exercises, it is necessary, guided by the notes made during the lecture, as well as methodological instructions for each topic, to develop relevant sections of the textbook and recommended literature; find and analyze cases on this topic, learn their basic provisions. Independent preparation includes writing abstracts, reports and reports, analysis of cases and literature, bibliography review, practical tasks, problem solving, etc. The key to successful study of the discipline will be a systematic verification of the degree of mastering the theory of organization management systems, which may occur in the form of a survey, interview, testing, writing tests, solving specific problems. The final form of knowledge control is the exam.

    Expected learning outcomes.

    As a result of studying this course, a student must know:

    the essence of the theoretical approaches of "open administration", the basic principles of public administration, the system of subjects of public administration, the main directions of public administration in describing and forecasting economic.

    be able to:

    determine which theoretical approach should be used to analyze factors and forecast the development of an economic phenomenon, determine and justify the expediency of using the principles of public administration in describing the state and forecasting the development of complex economic phenomena.

  • DEVELOPMENT OF THE ORGANIZATION IN THE CONDITIONS OF GLOBALIZATION

    The purpose of the discipline is the assimilation of knowledge on the theoretical and methodological aspects of the development of strategies for the development of organizations in the context of globalization, strategic plans, projects and programs taking into account the specifics of world markets; creating a strategic management system and ensuring its functioning in an international market environment.

    The task is to form a complex of knowledge for students on the theoretical foundations and practical methods of strategic management of international companies, mastering their specific management tools in global markets and developing skills in making management decisions and monitoring their effectiveness in the context of international markets. A thorough study of the discipline will allow you to avoid mistakes in the management of complex organizations, to bring them to high performance indicators. This course is taught by combining classroom activities with independent work. Lectures, practical classes relate to classroom studies. When preparing for practical exercises, it is necessary, guided by the notes made during the lecture, as well as methodological instructions for each topic, to develop relevant sections of the textbook and recommended literature; find and analyze cases on this topic, learn their basic provisions. Independent preparation includes writing abstracts, reports and reports, analysis of cases and literature, bibliography review, practical tasks, problem solving, etc. The key to successful study of the discipline will be a systematic verification of the degree of mastering the theory of organization management systems, which may occur in the form of a survey, interview, testing, writing tests, solving specific problems. The final form of knowledge control is the exam.

    Expected learning outcomes.

    As a result of studying this course, a student must know:

    theory and practice of strategic management in international markets, a set of measures for the development and implementation of strategies for the development of organizations in international markets.

    be able to:

    explore globalized markets and industries, determine the factors for the development of an organization in the context of globalization, determine the direction of the organization’s development, develop and implement strategies for the development of an organization in the context of globalization.

  • SYNERGETIC MANAGEMENT

    The purpose of the course: training of specialists for work in the field of synergetic management, which will ensure the European level of providing services in synergetic management on the basis of the principles of the theory of complexity and consistency. The course "synergistic management" examines the modern methodology of a synergistic and transdisciplinary approach, system synthesis. the main stages, approaches and basic tools of the methodology of synergetic management. The modern algorithm of the transdisciplinary approach is presented, used in scientific and practical research in any direction. The basics of synergetics, the theory of complexity. systems theory, external and internal environment of the system and their impact on the implementation of management actions. Provided by synergetic management methods. The basic concepts and components of the methodology are presented: transdisciplinariness, complexity, system integration, system analysis, system synthesis.

    The main objectives of the course "synergistic management" are:

    1. familiarization with the basic concepts of synergetics and the tools of the methodology of synergetic management;
    2. familiarization with the concept of complexity theory
    3. familiarization with the concept of transdisciplinarity;
    4. familiarization with concepts, integrity.
    5. familiarization with the synergetic control algorithm,
    6. familiarization with the concepts of the system and system properties, examples of systems, system structure, system environment.
    7. familiarization with the concepts of invariants, variations of the system
    8. familiarization with the concepts of attractors and fractals.
    9. familiarization with the concepts of system analysis and system synthesis.
    10. the formation of practical skills in the use of methods of synergistic management
    11. familiarization with practical examples of management systems.

    Expected learning outcomes.

    As a result of studying this course, a student must know:

    the essence of the methodology of synergetic management, the essence of the transdisciplinary approach, the structure and stages of system analysis, the principles of system synthesis, the principles of the formation of integrity, the principles of complexity theory.

    be able to:

    develop a system analysis project, a system synthesis project of a managerial situation or a restructuring project, or the creation of a new business based on the use of the synergetic management methodology.

  • SOCIAL RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS

    The goal of the “Socially Responsible Business” discipline is to: form the students' fundamental knowledge of the theory and practice of social responsibility from the standpoint of modern standards of social policy, social reporting, business ethics and human rights in the context of integrating the concept of sustainable development and acquiring relevant professional competencies that ensure the formation socially responsible behavior. The main tasks of studying the discipline "Socially Responsible Business" is the study of theoretical positions and practices of interaction between the state, business, society and man in the field of social responsibility as a condition for the sustainable development of society; determination of the possibilities of using foreign experience and analysis of the possibilities of using elements of foreign models of social responsibility in the national economy; formation of an understanding of the importance of social responsibility of the state, business, society and man. A thorough study of the discipline will allow you to avoid mistakes in the management of complex organizations, to bring them to high performance indicators. The object of the discipline is social responsibility as a system. The subject of the discipline is the theoretical and methodological, methodological and organizational-economic aspects of the formation and development of social responsibility. This course is taught by combining classroom activities with independent work. Lectures, practical classes relate to classroom studies. When preparing for practical exercises, it is necessary, guided by the notes made during the lecture, as well as methodological instructions for each topic, to develop relevant sections of the textbook and recommended literature; find and analyze cases on this topic, learn their basic provisions. Independent preparation includes writing abstracts, reports and reports, analysis of cases and literature, bibliography review, practical tasks, problem solving, etc. The key to successful study of the discipline will be a systematic verification of the degree of mastering the theory of organization management systems, which may occur in the form of a survey, interview, testing, writing tests, solving specific problems. The final form of knowledge control is the exam.

    As a result of studying this course, a student should know:

    • the main content of all sections of the curriculum; master the modern socio-economic way of thinking on the understanding of the modern world and man; have a basic understanding of the basics of modern social knowledge, contribute to the development of a common culture and socialization of the individual; understand the causal relationship of the development of society and human life in it;
    • conceptual foundations of social responsibility; the nature, types, categories, evolution, concepts, models and levels of social responsibility;
    • features of social responsibility of various subjects of social development;
    • the place of social responsibility in the management of the organization;
    • regulatory framework for the development of social responsibility;
    • models of corporate social responsibility and the formation of various types of corporate culture;
    • criteria, indicators and methods for assessing social responsibility;
    • features of the manifestation of the social responsibility of business in the Ukrainian realities;
    • the essence of social investment as a form of manifestation of corporate responsibility of employers;
    • the essence, components and priorities of the development of socially responsible personnel management policy;
    • environmental aspects of social responsibility and their legal regulation;
    • the nature, structure, requirements and features of international standards of social reporting;

    be able to:

    • to form a mechanism for managing corporate social responsibility;
    • collect and evaluate information on corporate social responsibility for decision-making and the formation of proposals in the organization's development programs;
    • identify, analyze and rank the expectations of the organization’s stakeholders from the standpoint of the concept of corporate social responsibility;
    • to form effective interaction of employers with the staff on the principles of social responsibility;
    • to form enterprise relations with external organizations on the basis of corporate social responsibility;
    • determine the directions for enhancing individual and collective environmental responsibility;
    • strengthen the social responsibility of the subjects of social development through social partnership;
    • monitor corporate social responsibility;
    • evaluate the effectiveness of corporate social responsibility;
    • analyze the social reporting of the organization and prepare the necessary information for its formation;
    • summarize the analysis materials for the formation of proposals for the improvement of corporate social responsibility programs;
    • develop corporate social responsibility as a factor in increasing competitiveness;
    • apply the basic principles of ethical management decisions;
    • develop ethical codes of organizations, specialists of various professions;
    • apply the knowledge gained on the issue of social responsibility in the analysis of the current situation of the socio-economic realities of the modern world and the prospects for its development, in the analysis of current problems of our time; to build a universal macromodel of social reality around a person, is the subject of modern social activities and personal life;
    • explore social phenomena, use the theory and practice of social responsibility, analyze the basic processes and phenomena of the external and internal world of a person; process various sources of information, form their own point of view, draw conclusions, make decisions;
    • creatively use knowledge on the issue of social responsibility in their material, practical and spiritual life, competently formulate and formulate their own opinions on any ideological issues, confidently and convincingly defend their position.
  • STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

    Purpose - When studying the discipline "Strategic Management". The main objective of studying the course "Strategic Management" is the development of strategic and creative thinking, focused on the future, and getting students a systemic effect. The student should gain knowledge on the development of a set of methods and tools for conducting strategic analysis. Measures for the development and implementation of strategies that ensure the adaptation of the enterprise to rapidly changing environmental conditions, as well as the possibility of timely response. Also conducting an analysis of the internal environment of the enterprise. The task is to develop strategies at various levels (corporate level, level of strategic business unit, and functional level)

    Expected learning outcomes.

    As a result of studying the discipline, the student must know:

    • General characteristics of strategic management at various levels
    • Concept of a strategic management process
    • Theoretical knowledge on strategy development

    be able to:

    • Conduct strategic analysis
    • Develop and choose a strategic alternative
    • Implement and develop strategies.
  • ORGANIZATION THEORY

    The purpose of teaching the discipline "Organization Theory" is the formation of a modern, on the basis of a systematic approach, the worldview of the creation, functioning and evolution of organizations.

    The tasks to be solved in the process of teaching the discipline "Organization Theory" are:

    • providing students with knowledge of the theory and practice of the functioning of organizations in the changing conditions of the modern market socio-economic environment, the regulation of processes that occur in interaction with the external environment, and the like;
    • the study of basic organizational theories;
    • the study of the theoretical and methodological foundations for the creation and functioning of organizations;
    • mastering the main methodological approaches to the analysis of the internal and external environment of organizations;
    • acquisition of skills for building organizational structures of organizations of various types;
    • acquisition of skills of transformation, creation of image and culture of the organization.

    Expected results.

    According to the requirements of the educational and professional program, students should be able to:

    • work with monographic, reference-encyclopedic, statistical, electronic sources with a socio-economic perspective and management;
    • possess the method of calculating the main indicators and the use of methodological tools in order to understand the changing phenomena and processes that affect the state of the organization;
    • use the methodological and methodical methods of studying the effectiveness of the activities and design of organizations;
    • explore and characterize different types of organizations, identifying their advantages and disadvantages;
    • to carry out a comparative analysis and the formation of various types of organizational structures;
    • determine the factors shaping the image and culture of the organization;
    • to develop measures for the transformation of both the organization as a whole and its components, taking into account the influence of environmental factors.
  • SYSTEM THEORY IN MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING

    Objective: to study the fundamentals of system analysis, synthesis and modeling of systems that are necessary in the study of interdisciplinary problems, their system-synergetic foundations and relationships; formation of a system of knowledge about the principles and methods of systems theory and system analysis, familiarization with the sides of the system and their interrelation and classification of methods for modeling systems; acquaintance with the concept of interaction structure and its invariants, acquaintance with the concept of the system quality of a complex object and the quality of the system; familiarity with the concept of the fractality of the world; development of practical skills in systems management. The goal of the course is conceptual and informative, but a strict and at the same time accessible introduction to the basics of the analysis, synthesis and modeling of systems, especially information. The practical significance of system analysis lies in the fact that it is a methodology and practice for the purposeful transformation of both the person himself and the surrounding world.

    Objective: at the conceptual and substantive level, but with a rather strict and formal level of presentation, the concepts and facts are considered that are necessary for the systematic, synergistic and interdisciplinary consideration of various problems, the mastering of the system methods of business organization management development of skills for analyzing the environment of the organization and the main elements of the system, which are accompanied by a large number of specially selected examples explaining the essence of the concepts and facts under consideration; the formation of abilities to optimize the activities of the enterprise in terms of systematic (integrated) effective management in the enterprise This course is taught by combining classroom activities with independent work. Lectures, seminars, practical classes are classroom studies. When preparing for seminars, it is necessary, guided by the notes made during the lecture, as well as methodological instructions for each topic, to develop relevant sections of the textbook and recommended literature; find and analyze practical examples on this topic. Independent training includes writing essays, reports and reports, analyzing literary sources, reviewing bibliography, performing practical tasks, solving problems, etc. The key to successful study of the discipline will be a systematic check of the degree of mastering the theory of systems in management and marketing, which can occur in the form of a survey, interview, writing tests, solving specific problems. The final form of knowledge control is the exam.

    Expected learning outcomes.

    As a result of studying the discipline, the student must know:

    the basics of system analysis, synthesis and modeling of systems in management and marketing, principles and methods of systems theory and systems analysis in management and marketing, classification of methods for modeling systems, methods of administering integrated management;

    be able to:

    formulate the directions of development of the theory of systems and systems analysis in management and marketing, carry out system analysis, apply system analysis in the practice of management, marketing and make decisions on managing an organization or enterprise. The course is designed for students interested not only in how to get a specific solution to a specific problem (which is important), but also on how to set, describe, research and use such tasks, find and study the general in systems of different nature, especially in information systems.

  • CHANGE MANAGEMENT

    The purpose of the discipline is to study how to manage changes in the organization and methods of diagnosing the current state of the organization. The task of the “Change Management” discipline is to study the theories describing organizational changes and methods of diagnosing the current state of development of an organization and determining the subject and tasks of organizational changes.

    As a result of studying this course, a student must know:

    • modern theories and basic concepts of change management,

    be able to:

    • Determine the current state of evolution of the organization,
    • predict development scenarios,
    • select organization change management tools.
  • PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT

    Purpose: mastering the ability to implement special management tools in personnel management in public and private organizations on the basis of studying the theoretical foundations and foreign experience of personnel management. All these approaches are united by the concept of Human Resource Management and are focused on staff training and its effective use.

    Task: ORGANIZING the educational process is carried out according to the credit-modular system in accordance with the requirements of the Bologna Declaration. Knowledge of this discipline is necessary when studying most disciplines of managerial direction.

    As a result of studying the discipline "Personnel Management" students must know:

    • theoretical and methodological foundations of personnel management as a mechanism for the effective management of the organization;
    • principles of organization of modern personnel services;
    • main and auxiliary management style;
    • modern theories of staff motivation;
    • mechanisms for the development of conflicts and ways to use them for the benefit of the development of the organization;
    • the latest psychological approaches to the effects on the consciousness and subconsciousness of staff;
    • women problems in society;
    • team means of achieving a common goal in an organization;
    • non-verbal means of communication and their impact on staff;
    • features of personnel management in Ukraine;
    • the main problems of personnel management in the context of globalization.

    be able to:

    • to be guided in the features of personnel management in various organizations and countries.

    get used to:

    • to think in managerial categories, as well as externally and internally prepare for responsibility for the management decisions made.

    The subject of the course is the study of methods and means of the most rational organization of management in accordance with the national conditions in Ukraine. The object of study in the course there are different aspects of management in Ukraine.

  • NATURE MANAGEMENT

    The goal is to create active economic mechanisms for regulating the processes of using nature. The criteria for the effectiveness of such environmental management is the integrated and rational use of natural resources with the receipt of not only economic but also social and environmental benefits. The discipline "Management of Nature Management" forms the environmentally sound priorities of the ecological and socio-economic development of society and is looking for effective ways to achieve its goals.

    Tasks:

    • study of the economic patterns of the use of natural resources by the society in order to meet their needs;
    • development of methods for assessing natural resources with a view to their effective use;
    • creation of economic mechanisms for managing the rational use of natural resources and environmental protection;
    • assessment of damage caused to nature and population as a result of ill-considered economic activity;
    • development of methods for calculating the economic efficiency of capital investments in the rational use of natural resources and environmental protection;
    • development of approaches to the regulation and management of environmental management in the economic mechanism;
    • justification of the economic aspects of regional and national environmental policies.

    This course is taught by combining classroom activities with independent work. Lectures, seminars, practical classes are classroom studies. When preparing for seminars, it is necessary, guided by the notes made during the lecture, as well as methodological instructions for each topic, to develop relevant sections of the textbook and recommended literature; find and analyze practical examples on this topic. Independent training includes writing essays, reports and reports, analyzing literary sources, reviewing bibliography, performing practical tasks, solving problems, etc. The key to successful study of the discipline will be a systematic check of the degree of mastering the theory of environmental management, which can occur in the form of a survey, interview, testing, writing tests, solving specific problems. The final form of knowledge control is the exam.

    Expected learning outcomes.

    As a result of studying the discipline, the student must know:

    the basics of environmental economics, environmental principles and methods of the theory of environmental economics, economic management methods and ways to stimulate environmental protection and greening of production, methods of integrated environmental management.

    be able to:

    formulate directions for the development of the theory of environmental economics; to determine damage resulting from environmental pollution, violation of laws, regulations or rules of nature protection; to determine the amount of costs necessary for the elimination in the near and distant future of the consequences of negative anthropogenic impacts on the environment; apply a systematic economic and environmental approach in the practice of management and make decisions on the management of an organization or enterprise; to evaluate the absolute and relative cost-effectiveness of the protection and restoration of nature, to make the choice of optimal options for environmental protection activities and the use of natural resources. The course is designed for students interested not only in how to get a specific solution to a specific problem (which is important), but also on how to set, describe, research and use such tasks, find and study the general in systems of different nature, especially in information systems.

  • MANAGEMENT OF FINANCIAL BEHAVIOR OF ORGANIZATIONS

    The purpose of studying the discipline "Managing the financial behavior of organizations" is to master students with basic knowledge of the theory and practice of financial management of enterprises, strategies and tactics of financial support for business entities, creating the ability to manage the operating and investment activities of the enterprise, make optimal financial decisions.

    The list of specialist knowledge after mastering the program on “Managing the financial behavior of organizations,” namely, he should know how:

    • Determine financial strategy, apply methodical tools of enterprise finance management
    • Effectively manage cash flows, ensure their synchronization
    • Manage the formation of profits, to find reserves of its growth and increase profitability.
    • Make the best decisions regarding finding the sources of formation of financial resources of enterprises to ensure current and investment activities.
    • To carry out financial forecasting and planning, drawing up the operational and financial budgets of an enterprise.
    • Analyze and evaluate the financial and economic activities, the financial condition of enterprises.
    • Use financial controlling to support the management of costs, costs, profitability, and financial flows of an enterprise.
    • Plan the tax payments of the enterprise, ensuring the neutralization and reduction of their negative impact of taxation on the activities of enterprises.
    • Manage the financial risks of the enterprise, ensuring the timely neutralization of their negative impact on economic activity.
    • Manage real and financial investments, ensuring their effectiveness.
    • Manage the formation of the company's own and attracted capital, taking into account its cost and the cost of various sources of formation.

    As a result of studying the discipline "Management of financial behavior of organizations," a student should receive the following skills:

    • to formulate the financial strategy of the enterprise, the goals of financial activities and financial control;
    • to substantiate management decisions regarding the operating, financial and investment activities of the enterprise,
    • apply the methodological tools of enterprise finance management;
    • manage incoming and outgoing cash flows at the enterprise, profit, investments, assets;
    • determine the cost of capital and optimize its structure;
    • assess financial risks;
    • apply crisis management tools;
    • predict the financial situation;
    • make the best decisions on financial management of the enterprise.

    The subject of the course “Managing the financial behavior of organizations” is the study of methods and means to increase the value of enterprises, increase its economic potential, ensure the well-being of shareholders as a result of a stable profit, which should contribute to the development of the national economy of Ukraine. The object of study is the process of formation of financial resources and financial activities in the enterprises of Ukraine. The content of the course “Management of financial behavior of organizations” is the study of approaches to the use of equity capital, attracting investments, other borrowed capital and evaluating the feasibility of investing in various projects in Ukraine.

  • QUALITY CONTROL

    Purpose: formation of a complex of knowledge about quality management in students, assessment of the quality level of standardization and certification for quality management, organization of quality management, economic quality problems, human factor in quality management. Introduction on this basis of special knowledge and skills to make effective decisions to assess the level of product quality, quality management to create organizational issues of quality management in a market environment.

    Objective: the acquisition of knowledge on concepts, theoretical approaches and methods of quality management, the development of practical quality, providing a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical abilities in quality management, systematization and synthesis of students' knowledge about the principles of effective quality management. This course is taught by combining classroom activities with independent work. Lectures, seminars, practical classes are classroom studies. When preparing for seminars, it is necessary, guided by the notes made during the lecture, as well as methodological instructions for each topic, to develop relevant sections of the textbook and recommended literature; find and analyze practical examples on this topic. Independent training includes writing essays, reports and reports, analyzing literary sources, reviewing bibliography, performing practical tasks, solving problems, etc. The key to successful study of the discipline will be a systematic check of the degree of assimilation of quality management methods, which can occur in the form of a survey, interview, testing, writing tests, solving specific problems. The final form of knowledge control is the exam.

    Expected learning outcomes.

    As a result of studying the discipline, the student must know:

    the concept of quality, quality management tools, quality management system, approaches to bone management, factors of quality management.

    be able to:

    conduct an assessment of the level of quality of any product at various enterprises; carry out the introduction of standardization in quality management, product certification; conduct quality management organization, carry out calculations of economic quality problems; conduct modern approaches to human resource management in enterprises.

  • MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS

    Purpose: The science of management currently has at its disposal various approaches to the study and development of effective methods and techniques for managing an organization, for example, a functional approach, systemic, situational, etc. This course is devoted to the study of the approach to management, which is management process is seen as an endless chain of management decisions. The effectiveness of management depends primarily on the ability of the manager to develop and make effective management decisions. A manager's skill in this case involves the use of system analysis, economic and mathematical modeling, rational planning methods, the successful implementation of basic management functions, as well as the creation of effective communication links and a favorable social and psychological climate in a team.

    Task: this course examines the process of developing a management decision consisting of separate stages, each of which involves the manager performing certain types of work, taking into account the numerous factors affecting the effectiveness of the decision. A significant part of the course is devoted to the common concept of management - modeling management decisions, helps to overcome many problems associated with decision-making in difficult situations, as well as the consideration of various methods of developing solutions that are adequate to management problems. The goal of the course is not only to show how methods and models are applied in practice, to give an idea of ​​the possibility of management science. The course focuses on empirical decision-making methods, including expert assessments, which, due to the increasing complexity of management, especially in conditions of uncertainty and mobility of environmental factors, play an important role in the process of developing management decisions. This course is taught by combining classroom activities with independent work. Lectures, seminars, practical classes are classroom studies. When preparing for seminars, it is necessary, guided by the notes made during the lecture, as well as methodological instructions for each topic, to develop relevant sections of the textbook and recommended literature; find and analyze practical examples on this topic. Independent training includes writing essays, reports and reports, analyzing literary sources, reviewing bibliography, performing practical tasks, solving problems, etc. The key to successful study of the discipline will be a systematic verification of the degree of mastery of the theory of logistics, which can occur in the form of a survey, interview, testing, writing tests, solving specific problems. The final form of knowledge control is the exam.

    Expected learning outcomes.

    know:

    decision functions in the methodology and organization of the management process; typology of management decisions; conditions and factors of quality management decisions; models, methodology and organization of the management decision development process; management orientation; analysis of alternatives to action; analysis of the external environment and its impact on the implementation of alternatives: conditions of uncertainty and risk; methods of developing and choosing management decisions under conditions of uncertainty and risk; economic, mathematical, and empirical decision-making methods; decision effectiveness; control implementation of management decisions; management decisions and responsibility.

    be able to:

    carry out the analysis needed to develop and make management decisions, use quantitative and qualitative methods to predict the development of the environment and the organization, determine the causes of the problem and establish criteria for effective management decisions, develop alternative management solutions and use analytical methods to select the optimal solution, develop a program for implementing a management decision, evaluate the effectiveness of management o solutions and method of its increase.

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