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Aleksander Nikolaevich Kuzminov 

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Research interests:

The self-organization, interbranch flow of capital, the genesis of the entrepreneurial structures

Research projects:

Research of the financing processes of the enterprises activity with the use of coenoses mathematical modeling

The project involves the mathematical model development to determine the mechanism of the limited financial resources impact of the industrial enterprise on the activity efficiency in the context of the long-term sustainability achievement. The conceptual model of the research relies on the most progressive ideas in the field of the stability ensuring and innovative growth: Holonic manufacturing systems (Giret and other, 2009), Multi-Agent systems (Leitao and other, 2012), service orientation (Borangiu and other 2012), cloud manufacturing (Xu, 2012) and cyber-physical systems (Lee and other, 2015), that are not common to Russian practice because of the methodology and tools limitation against the backdrop of a crisis. The ideas of coenoses usage will allow to solve the contradiction by instrumentality adapting the specified models for the accepted methodology of the financial resources study due to the mathematical transformation of the main substantial approaches. The use of the regularities and mathematical apparatus of the theory of the coenoses, providing for the entire financial system of the enterprise the minimum identification of the costs for the activities implementation, will allow to form a systematic and logical sequence of the regulation and forecasting estimation.


  • Organization design and busines-engineering
    Organizations around the world are struggling to keep up with accelerating shifts in markets, technology and culture. Those that are succeeding not only have strong products, people, and technology ; they also operate in a fundamentally different way. We call this new paradigm responsive because it creates organizations that are able to process change at speed ; harnessing it to reveal new ways of organizing and working that are more fit to todays environment. For over half a century, movements like lean manufacturing, learning organizations, and agile software development have introduced new models for growing organizations. In recent years, systems like Sociocracy and Holacracy have taken center stage, favoring continuous reorganization and distributed authority in the face of constant change. In the meantime, a sense of urgency grows inside todays legacy organizations. With the average lifespan of firms on the S&P 500 continuing to plummet ; from 60 years in 1960, to 15 years today ; a critical question emerges. How can we organize to tackle meaningful problems today, at scale ; and not break? During this courses, well provide a thorough introduction to responsive organizational theory; share case studies on seeding and scaling new ways of organizing and working; and practice designing teams fit to thrive in the 21st century.
  • Innovations in personnel management
    Organizations at all levels are currently facing radical challenges. Demands of the knowledge-based and networked society force individuals and organizations to consider and develop their competence, innovativeness and capability to anticipate change in the future. Organizations need to continuously build and renew their structures and knowledge base to strengthen their functionalities and competitive advantage. The discourse on competence and competence management requires active interaction with educational organizations and working life. Stakeholders both in higher education and vocational education and training are involved in this societally important action. Common forums for discourse and development work provide platforms for gaining mutual understanding and objectives. We believe that theory precedes good practice and good practice creates theory. Research provides theories and evidence to build new practices and understanding of as complex issues as competence, foresight and innovations. t and the Environment of North Ostrobothnia and European Union through the European Social Fund. The key objectives of the project are to create new mechanisms to increase innovativeness in educational organizations and to connect them to the innovation system. One of the main activities of the KIT project was to organize this international conference for representatives of educational organizations and working life to promote and strengthen the objectives.
  • Methodology of Human Resource Studies
    This courses looks in depth at human resource management and training processes and their relationship with organisational performance and culture. You will acquire the specialist knowledge and skills needed to research as a professional in the field of HR management and training. You will gain a comprehensive theoretical knowledge and critical understanding of a variety of HRM topics including recruitment, managing labour relations, workplace learning and employee development. You will also look at the culture of organisations and the workplace and the broader system factors that can impact on the decision-making of human resource management and training professionals. The courses will equip you with the skills and knowledge to engage critically with theories and practices around training and learning in the workplace and the role of the human resources practitioner. It will also develop your practical transferable skills such as oral and written presentations, problem solving, Mathematics experiment, statistical research, and independence in the planning and management of learning.