Social innovations management in the organizations

TERRA ECONOMICUS, , Vol. 11 (no. 1.3),
p. 62-64

One of characteristics of functioning of the organizations in modern Russian conditions – is permanent structural and functional changes, innovations. Each organization should adapt for external changes, to overcome difficulties arising thus, to restore balance with environment. Consequences of changes carried out in the organization are various. In one organizations they promote successful development, in others – to financial improvement and strengthening of positions in the market, thirdly – to growth of expenses and crisis deepening in the organization. Not all changes lead to success. The modern organization in itself doesn't provide innovative success. There has to be the control system of innovations which is turning on organizational and administrative, economic and social mechanisms. As show supervision, the most serious difficulty on a way of innovations is unavailability of the personnel of the organizations to their adequate perception and an assessment. According to foreign and domestic analysts, individuals possess high creative activity from innovations in own economy before opening in fundamental science, but because of low innovative culture this potential of the nation throughout many centuries is used insufficiently. In this regard are staticized and gain more and more important public value of a problem of social management of changes, formations and increases of innovative culture, innovative readiness of society as a whole, heads and the personnel of the organizations, in particular.

Keywords: social innovations; innovation; cycles of conjuncture; innovators; latest achievements; innovative changes; humane technology

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Founder: Southern Federal University
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