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Управление наукоемкими предприятиями на основе анализа теорий управления ресурсами и знаниями


Попов Е.В.,

чл.-корр. РАН, доктор экономических наук, руководитель Центра экономической теории, Институт экономики УрО РАН,

Аксенова Т.В.,

кандидат экономических наук, доцент, Институт новых материалов и технологий, Уральский Федеральный Университет им. первого Президента России Б.Н. Ельцина

Аннотация. Цель исследования — систематизация основных направлений развития теории управления ресурсами и теории управления знаниями на уровне экономической деятельности предприятия. Предметом исследования в статье является развитие понятия «предприятие» в фокусе пересечения двух теорий. Проведен структурный анализ публикаций, индексируемых на платформах Scopus и Web-of-Science в этих теориях и выявили их парадигмы. Для анализа тенденций их развития разработан алгоритм сочетания наукометрических инструментов, учитывающий специфику социальных наук, затем результаты анализа уточнены на массивах публикаций 2016–2019 годов. Интеграция тенденций развития парадигм двух теорий в один вектор дала возможность проследить динамику характеристик наукоемких предприятий. В результате сравнения трактовок понятия «предприятие» в двух теориях сформулированы конструктивные противоречия, которые, по нашему мнению, являются направлениями будущих исследований. Структура статьи: (1) метод и наукометрический алгоритм исследования с учетом специфики социальных наук; (2) анализ развития теорий «управление ресурсами» и «управление знаниями», авторы и парадигмы; (3) основные характеристики и проблемы управления наукоемкими предприятиями в фокусе парадигм каждой теории, современное развитие понятия «предприятие»; (4) противоречия в теориях управления ресурсами и знаниями относительно перспектив управления предприятием — направления будущих исследований.

Ключевые слова: наукоемкое предприятие, управление знаниями, управление ресурсами, Scopus, Web of Science, наукометрия.

Managing knowledge-intensive enterprises on the basis of the knowledge management and resource management theories analysis

Popov E.V.,

Corresponding Member of RAS, Dr. Sc. (Economics), Institute of Economics, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences,

Aksenova T.V.,

PhD (Economics), Associate Professor, Institute of New Materials and Technologies of Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia B.N. Yeltsin

Abstract. The purpose of the study is to systematize the main directions of development of the theory of resource management and the theory of knowledge management at the level of an enterprise economic activity. The research is particularly concentrated on the «enterprise» concept development, which is the focus of two theories intersection. The publication arrays structural analysis, made on Scopus and Web-of-Science databases, reveals theories paradigms. The algorithm of using scientometric tools allowed us to integrate paradigm trends and then to trace knowledge-intensive enterprises characteristics dynamics. As a result of comparison of interpretations of the concept «enterprise» in two theories constructive contradictions which, in our opinion, are directions of future researches are formulated. The structure of the article: (1) method and scientometric algorithm of research taking into account the specifics of social Sciences; (2) analysis of the development of the theories of «resource management» and «knowledge management», the authors and paradigms; (3) the main characteristics and problems of management of knowledge-intensive enterprises in the focus of paradigms of each theory, the modern development of the concept of «enterprise»; (4) contradictions in the theories of resource management and knowledge about the prospects of enterprise management, directions of future research.

Keywords: knowledge-intensive enterprise, knowledge management, resource management, Scopus, Web of Science, scientometrics.

DOI: 10.33983/2075-1826-2019-3-93-120

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