Typology, classification and systematization of innovative projects and initiatives in the company


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Vyatka State University
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The author presents a comparison of definitions of typology, classification and systematization, and treats them as an example of innovative projects and initiatives of the company. The basis of typology and classification laid methodical Benko K., Mc Farlan. In order to obtain a more accurate result it is necessary to integrate the task typology, classification and systematization.


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Baklanova Julia O.
Typology, classification and systematization of innovative projects and initiatives in the company// Modern Management Technology. ISSN 2226-9339. – #4 (16). Art. # 1601. Date issued: . Available at: https://sovman.ru/en/article/1601/

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