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Journal of Applied Management and Investments

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 Volume 6 Issue 4 2017                                  Abstracts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Economic Mathematic-Statistical Modelling of Investments Distribution in Uzbekistan      

B. Bayhonov         

The main purpose of attracting and using investments is an achievement of leading positions in economic development and in World market with local products of Uzbekistan. There is no doubt that to achieve such targets there is a need to coordinate plans with forecasting results based on scientific researches. Hence, here in this article conclusions of effective use of investments on the basis forecast related to econometrics modelling of such indexes, as: GNP, basic funds, conditions of industrial investments, also, inflation rates and employment in the country were given.

Keywords: economic systems, GNP, inflation rates, model, investments, forecast, extrapolation

  

  Synergetic Management as a Management Technology of Enterprise Innovative Development         

S. A. Bondarenko

The paper substantiates the use of synergetic management in the management of innovative development of an industrial enterprise. Using the dynamic model of a potential of innovation development the author considered synergetic management based on which synergistic effects is managed. Synergistic benchmarking and its effects as a synergistic management tool are suggested.

Keywords: synergistic management, innovative development, synergistic benchmarking, synergistic effects  

 

 Extending The PERT Model For Probabilistic Activity Direct Costs      

M. Dash

One of the major sources of concern for project managers is project cost uncertainty. Higher cost uncertainty leads to higher probability of cost over-run. Thus, project cost uncertainty is a very important element in project cost control. The traditional project management methodologies of PERT/CPM only allow for probabilistic activity times, and consequently probabilistic project duration, which is associated with indirect project costs. In particular, PERT/CPM does not consider probabilistic activity direct costs; activity direct costs are assumed to be definite and known, while activity times are assumed to follow beta distributions, parametrized by the three time estimates (optimistic, pessimistic, and most likely times). This paper proposes an extension of the PERT/CPM model under the conditions of probabilistic activity direct costs and activity times. Further extensions of the model are also discussed.

Keywords: PERT/CPM model, sensitivity, probabilistic activity direct costs, activity times

 

 EmployeesAssociation: A Right or a Privilege? Evidence Based on EmployeesPerspectives Working in Two Multinational Companies in Ethiopia    

Y. W. Elifneh

In spite of the essential position that employees’ association holds in the employment relationships and the backing (local and international) that the employees’ rights to association should be respected, the status of the employees’ rights to form association in the developing world in general and among the multinational companies that operate in these territories in particular is not well researched. In view of this, this empirical research aspires to exhibit an evidence regarding issues such as how free are employees to form associations, what support do they get from the management team of the companies that they work with, and the challenges that they face with respect to the employees’ association (formation and/or existence) by conducting interviews with employees from two multinational companies that are currently operating in Ethiopia’s beverage industry.

Keywords: employees, employees’ association, Ethiopia, multinational companies

 

 Evaluating the Business Results of Dairy Farms in Bosnia and Herzegovina           

A. Figurek, E. Stadlober, V. Radić

The status and development of milk production are important indicators of a country's development in the agricultural sector. Milk production in Bosnia and Herzegovina (B&H) is a major source of income for a large number of farms. It is characterized by a number of specific features which, among other things, cause significant methodological characteristics in determining financial results. In order to illustrate the advantages of certain methodological solutions regarding the analysis of the factors affecting the result in milk production, 17 farms in Bosnia and Herzegovina were analysed using the Farm Accountancy Data Network (FADN) methodology. The methodological approach used in this paper provides the ability to calculate and determine the gross margin in an adequate manner. The results of milk production are an important starting point to plan and organize future production activities on these farms investigated.

 Keywords: FADN, business results, dairy farm, milk production, Bosnia and Herzegovina

 

 

 The Challenges of Wine Business in Research

A. G. Goncharuk

This paper allocated the basic groups of the current challenges of wine business: global challenges including changes in climate, consumer preferences; regional (local) challenges concerning specific problems in each wine region (country). For each group author held a brief overview with cases from the recent publications.

Keywords: wine business, wine, winemaking, climate change, local challenges

 

 

 Role of Managing Industrial Stocks in Increasing of Textile Enterprises Capacity

B. Tursunov

Under the conditions of market economy, developments of various patterns of ownership, the great value for the enterprises gets rationalized management of industrial resources. The latter are the reserves for growth of production efficiency, increasing of its quality, reduction of unproductive losses and net cost of production. The study of a problem of management of industrial stocks in the textile enterprises considerably expands possibilities of an analysis of economic activity from the perspective of an effective utilization of industrial stocks. In the paper, the modern management methods are offered. Within the limits of the given research, a number of suggestions related to the perfection of the mechanism of industrial stocks of the textile enterprises management is developed. Results of research can be used in current activity of textile enterprises for the purpose of reduction of stocks’ use by the means of the offered model of storekeeping.

Keywords: industrial stocks, capacity, textile enterprises, types of stocks, stocks’ control

 

 

 

 

 

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