Project planning to reduce the resistance of staff in the implementation of project management innovation

ПОДЕЛИТЬСЯ С ДРУЗЬЯМИ
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PhD, Associate Professor
Russia, Vyatka State University
mim@mcnip.ru


Russia, Vyatka State University
mim@mcnip.ru

Abstract

Purpose of the given work is project development on decrease in resistance of the personnel. Object of studying is the conditional enterprise on which the problem of negative attitude of the personnel to innovations is brightly expressed.

Keywords

resistance to changes, innovations, personnel.

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Baklanov Julia Olegovna , Bulba Maria Vyacheslavovna
Project planning to reduce the resistance of staff in the implementation of project management innovation// Modern Management Technology. ISSN 2226-9339. – #12 (12). Art. # 1201. Date issued: . Available at: https://sovman.ru/en/article/1201/

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