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Journal Kompetentnost': 2 / 153 / 2018


  • 1
    Macroeconomic Model for Assessing the Impact of Innovation on Regional Development
    Authors: Assoc. Prof. Dr. S.A. Antonov, Dean, Faculty of Management and Engineering Business,Techno Sphere and Ecological Safety Department Chair, PEI HE Kazan Innovative University named after V.G. Timiryasov (IEML), EOQ Auditor, Quality Austria, GOST R, Kazan', Russia, santonov@ieml.ru
    I have developed a model for estimating the influence of production factors on the result of the region’s economic activity on the basis of the Cobb — Douglas production function. This allows us to evaluate the economic efficiency of the innovation implementation. I have introduced the term quasi-derivative function. In the course of the work, I have justified the possibility of using a quasi-derivative function to evaluate the effectiveness of various types of innovation. I have developed a computational macroeconomic model to determine the impact of Lean production systems in the region and the associated production factors on the gross regional product. The practical significance of the study is to create a methodological basis for planning the regional development process on the basis of assessing the contribution of certain aspects of innovation activity to the gross regional product.
  • 2
    Conformity Assessment to Ensure Product Competitiveness
    Authors: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Е.А. Sysoeva, Professor, Department of Statistics, Econometrics and Information Technologies in Management, National Research Mordovia State University named after N.P. Ogarev, Saransk, Russia, sysoewa@mail.ru
    In this article, I have considered the provision of the RF Federal Law On Technical Regulation regarding conformity assessment, which is an effective tool for increasing the competitiveness of products, both on the Russian and international markets.
    On a concrete example, in comparison, I have shown the procedure for confirming the compliance of LED filament lamps by a Russian certification body in accordance with the requirements of the Eurasian Economic Union and a notified European body with an assessment of electrical and fire safety, photobiological safety, electromagnetic compatibility and on the presence of hazardous substances.
    I have made a conclusion about the harmonization of Russian standards at assessing compliance with European requirements.
    In conclusion, I have shown that the positive result obtained during the conformity assessment significantly influences the increase in the competitiveness of products and promotes the growth of domestic producers’ goods exports.
  • 3
    Peculiarities оf Educational Organization Transfer to GOST R ISO 9001–2015
    Authors: Dr. А.G. Zekunov, Professor, Deputy Head, Management Quality Department, Leading Expert, Academy of Standardization, Metrology and Certification (АSМS), Moscow, Russia, ossk@asms.ru S.V. Babykin, Head, Department of Scientific Research and Quality Management Systems, АSМS, Moscow, Russia
    Assoc. Prof. Dr. L.Z. Ryazapova, Head, Center for Educational-Expert and Quality Management, Kazan National Research Technological University, Kazan', Russia, osmk-knitu@yandex.ru  
    О.V. Vavilova, Head, Standardization and Quality Management Department, Kazan National Research Technological University, Kazan', Russia
    Today, higher education institutions are compelled to compete for each entrant. In this regard, quality management systems from competitive advantage become an obligatory factor of the organization's existence on the market of educational services. Successful functioning of the organization's quality management system is possible only with the constant support of top management (its leadership), ensuring processes with sufficient resources, making decisions taking into account risks and opportunities. These allows successfully to overcome resistance to changes in the external environment.
    We examined the mechanisms for introducing new requirements of GOST R ISO 9001–2015 to the educational organization by implementing the risk-oriented approach in the university QMS. We offer a method for analyzing the types and consequences of FMEA failures (inconsistencies) we proposed as a tool.
  • 4
    Higher Education Quality Improving on the Basis of Lean Production Principles
    Authors: Assoc. Prof. Dr. V.V. Glushchenko, Professor, Department, Management and Personnel Management of the Organization, Emperor Nicholas II Moscow State University of Railway Engineering, Moscow, Russia, glu-valery@yandex.ru Assoc. Prof. Dr. I.I. Glushchenko, Professor, Financial Accounting and Statistics Department, Russian State Social University, Moscow, Russia, prepodavatel-gii@mail.ru
    To improving the services quality we investigated the factors necessary to apply the Lean production principles’s educational services in Russian higher education. We analyzed the principles of Lean manufacturing and formulated them for educational services.

    Analysis of trends in crisis management in higher education in Russia allows us to conclude that the topic of our research is topical.

    We believe that the implementation of these principles by universities will help improve the quality of the universities themselves. This will have a positive effect on the effectiveness of crisis management in higher education, improving the state of the entire national economy and society as a whole.
  • 5
    Permanent Improvement Model of Trade Policy in a Large Enterprise
    Authors: Dr. A.N. Karamyshev, Associate Professor, Naberezhnye Chelny Institute of the Kazan Federal University, Naberezhnye Chelny, Russia, antonkar2005@yandex.ru
    Many models for assessing the maturity of the enterprise process management system (in particular, CMMI, the classification of process control system’s states for industrial enterprises, proposed by A.N. Karamyshev, I.I. Makhmutov, S.A. Sych, the five- level maturity model of BI, etc.) the highest level is the desire for excellence. At this level, constant improvement of all enterprise subsystems and increase of its overall competitiveness are carried out. However, quantitative methods, realizing the desire for excellence, were not proposed. At present, the highest level of process management maturity’s implementation is, in many ways, a non-systemic process. In this regard, the task of systemically determining the most significant and maximizing economic impact points of efforts is relevant.

    In this article, I have proposed a model for permanent improvement of commodity policy for a large machine-building enterprise, which allows to determine products with low profitability, to plan measures to increase the specific and total profit, taking into account the share of enterprise’s overhead costs, attributed to the cost of each type of products.
  • 6
    Most Important World Innovations in Machine-Buildings
    Authors: B.S. Voskoboinikov, Senior Research Associate, VINITI of RAN, Moscow, viniti@mach04.ru 
    M.I. Grechikov, Head, Department of Scientific Information on Problems of Mechanical Engineering and Transport, VINITI of RAN, Moscow, viniti@mach04.ru 
    Dr. V.A. Grushnikov, Senior Research Associate, VINITI of RAN, Moscow, viniti@mach04.ru 
    A.M. Petrina, Senior Research Associate, VINITI of RAN, Moscow, viniti@mach04.ru
    Undoubtedly, the progress of human civilization has always been based on useful inno- vations and continues to be determined by breakthrough revolutionary and evolution- arily improving social, biological, technical and so on processes that occur in society and innovations. These innovations are realized in the form of constructive, technological and other measures, constantly leaping or gradually at the root of the changing quality of life of the inhabitants of the globe and are manifested in expanding the areas of ap- plication of automated production processes in all sectors of the economy without ex- ception, uniting them into unified complexes. Logistics, the processing of huge amounts of information and support the effective operation of household, communal and other public services vehicles. These production and servicing complexes, on the one hand, improve the quality of life, and on the other hand, simultaneously by their side harm- ful products negatively affect the environment, worsening the conditions of existence. As a result, risks of both local technogenic catastrophes and global climate changes in the form of irreversible warming are added to natural cataclysms and social risks.
    Overcoming these risks at the present time is the most urgent and priority task, without the speedy effective solution of which it is difficult to imagine the normal continuation of civilization, we are confident.
  • 7
    Publication Problems of Research Articles on the Topic of Legal Studies
    Authors: Dr. V.A. Vinokurov, Professor of the Theory and History, State and Law Department, Saint-Petersburg University of State Fire Service of Russia EMERCOM, RF Honored Lawyer, Moscow, Russia, pravo.kaf_tigp@mail.ru
    This article regards some separate issues, which appear during preparation and publication of research articles concerning law and constitutional right of everyman to liberty of scientific work.

    Existing standards and rules allow the author to choose how to make out his scientific research. Any rules for the design of the text should be reasonable, logical, understandable, easy to use by the author of the published research, understandable and convenient to the reader, I believe.

    I analysed the issues relating some problems created by academic journals editorial staff, like giving proper form to bibliographic references in research articles. Also I give several proposals towards the respect of scientific work liberty. This will allow the authors avoid restriction of their scientific work liberty.

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