"Knowledge" is a key element of the competitiveness of the research and production complex


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Russia, The JSC "KBP named after Academician A.Shipunov", Tula
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The issues of organizing a sustainable production process for high-demand high-tech products are particularly relevant during the global production crisis caused by the pandemic, the desire of leading countries to reduce the use of traditional energy resources, as well as the presence of a number of geopolitical crises. Analysis of the processes of development and production of high-tech products allows us to establish that the key for the enterprise is its ability to work with such an object as "knowledge". The establishment of algorithms for the reproduction and practical application of "knowledge" allows us to form a program for the progressive development of the enterprise and ensure its competitiveness.


knowledge, science-intensive products, research and production complex, competitiveness of the research and production complex.

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Gorbachev Andrey Yuryevich
"Knowledge" is a key element of the competitiveness of the research and production complex// Modern Management Technology. ISSN 2226-9339. – #2 (95). Art. # 9504. Date issued: . Available at: https://sovman.ru/en/article/9504/

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