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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Daria Aleshina
Mechanisms of Motivation and Involvement in Innovation Activity in Sibur
Management
(Bachelor’s programme)
8
2017
The paper considers the experience of Russian and foreign industrial enterprises conducting innovation activities, as well as the ways and mechanisms of motivating and involving employees in it. For large industrial companies, the key to success is the introduction of innovation. Each company is unique, each has its own specifics, their peculiarity in the creation of innovative projects. In conditions of the global economy, her rapid change and growth, people are the most important resource of any organization, their professionalism, talent, competence and knowledge. In the course of the research, the innovative activity of PJSC "SIBUR Holding" was studied. The company conducted a study in which 279 employees of two enterprises took part. Based on the research, recommendations were formulated to improve the mechanisms of motivation and involvement of employees in the company's innovation activities.

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