Anton B. Petrochenkov,Natalia A. Gergel,Oleg A. Vshivkov,Aleksandr V. Romodin,



Change management,project management,levels of change management,, the Shewhart-Deming Cycle,


Today, ongoing improvement of business processesis required to enhance the efficiency and competitiveness of the enterprisedue to the high volatility of the market, increased competition, and scientific and technological progress. This article is devoted to challenges facing effective change management in industrial enterprises and aims to devise a methodology for effective change management. The significance of this research topic lies in the fact that there is still insufficient discussion of effective change management in industrial enterprises, especially those in which outsourcing services are diverted or are being diverted from the energy, automation, mechanics, and IT departments. As of now, change management only starts to shape itself into a distinct area of research and one of the leading approaches to its study is evaluating the enterprise activity on the basis of the Shewhart-Deming cycle. This paper examines different levels and approaches to change management. A methodology is developed to create effective change management aimed at helping calculate the economic efficiency of projects. Popular economic indicators were systemized and evaluated in terms of their applicability from a regional perspective. Training of specialists who will work in these changing conditions is another focus of attention.


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