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Title: Мотиваційна гнучкість підприємств в умовах інноваційної діяльності
Other Titles: Motivational flexibility companies in the innovation
Authors: Сахно, Андрій
Sakhno, Andriy
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): А.Сахно. Мотиваційна гнучкість підприємств в умовах інноваційної діяльності / А.Сахно // Галицький економічний вісник. — 2013. — №4(43). — с.79-85 - (загальні проблеми економіки та суб’єктів господарювання)
Issue Date: 2013
Date of entry: 15-Dec-2014
Publisher: Тернопільський національний технічний університет ім. Івана Пулюя
Place of the edition/event: Тернопіль, Україна
UDC: 331.101.3
Keywords: інновації
науково-технічний прогрес
мотиваційна гнучкість
людський капітал
technological progress
motivational flexibility
human capital
Abstract: Обґрунтовано мотиваційну гнучкість підприємств в умовах інноваційної діяльності, виходячи з процесу змін потреб суб’єктів господарювання під впливом науково-технічного прогресу. Запропоновано використовувати коло потреб, що визначають «неявну мотивацію». Досліджено особливості мотиваційної гнучкості з точки зору різних підходів як до науково-технічного прогресу, так і ролі виробничих ресурсів та людського капіталу.
Grounded motivational flexibility of enterprises in the innovation process based on the changing needs of business entities under the influence of scientific and technological progress. Requirements vary by enterprise resource availability. Neoclassical and institutional theories consider the basis of their position the role of resources in the enterprise. The company thus operates availability of resources, in addition to the manufacturing process required its own resources as a manager and his subordinates. As you know, there is never enough resources, so there is a problem formulation and the use of new resources, with particular specificity. For employees motivation associated with such resources as information, attention, power, influence, control and more. Purpose of the company – to produce the maximum possible output by optimizing its operations. Therefore, for the company had used the term «implicit motivation», which outlines a set of requirements such as availability of choice of an increasing number of resources, attempts to use all of the available resources, increase the impact of the use of available resources, substitutability of resources. Innovation allows flexibility as a motivational shift resource needs, taking into account the factor of scientific and technological progress. Scientific and technological progress can not affect the entity, and therefore motivational flexibility – a search now by innovation performance through the most appropriate balance between labor and capital. Materialization of scientific and technological progress changes the nature of motivational flexibility. Its main meter is already not so much performance as time (from start of use to the point where performance is achieved from the resources). Motivational flexibility allows to characterize the innovation activities of enterprises, not only based on the principles of purely industrial nature, which is the basis of resource requirements and optimal use due to the development of industrial relations. The most important factor of any innovation is the use of human resources. The development of innovation – is the accumulation of human capital. Flexibility is manifested in the change process costs of research. This means that the motivational flexibility based on two components in the enterprise – the need for increasing the number of skilled workers and the cost of innovation. Thus, human capital created in the business motivational basis between flexibility and innovation process. Motivation of managers in the following features motivational flexibility in human capital is to achieve efficiency of innovation with regard to factors such as farm size, the level of industry competition and the number of qualified staff employed in the company. In such circumstances, the head consider future result from implementation because each subsequent innovation is more valuable than the last. As a result, the role of leader in the motivational system flexibility is to stimulate innovative activity by increasing the «concentration of knowledge» in the company.
Copyright owner: © „Галицький економічний вісник“
Publications status : Опубліковано раніше
Content type: Article
Appears in Collections:Галицький економічний вісник, 2013, № 4 (43)

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