Trends in Development of Corporate Organizational and Managerial Innovations in Russia and the Principles of Lean Production

Svetlana Valentinovna Iudina, Mukhabbat Sharifovna Garifullina, Nataliya Vladimirovna Serikova

Abstract


The great interest in the concepts, principles, and tools of lean production is caused not only and not so much by the "fashion" for the organizational and managerial innovations, as by the need to find new reserves to improve production efficiency (in particular, in the oil extraction industry). In Russian (including Soviet) theory and practice of labor management, there are examples of successful application of innovative tools aimed at optimizing transaction costs. Nevertheless, according to the authors, the frequent problems of implementing the tools of lean production in the practices of Russian companies are related primarily to the distortion of the essence of these principles, with the formalism and instrumental attitude of the implementers, as well as with the lack of an innovation management system.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n3p492


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