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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Elena Berezina
Development and Optimization of the Structure State Organization: Factors, Mechanism, Problems, Consequences
HR Management in Public Sector
(Master’s programme)
2018
Most organizations adapt to changes in the internal and external environment through innovative processes and organizational changes. Introduction of innovations has become one of the important conditions of development and efficiency, meanwhile, resistance to innovation processes negatively affects organizational processes, which determines the need to consider methods of solving problems arising in the implementation of innovations. The sphere of state organizations has its own peculiarities that affect the nature of problems in the implementation of innovations. In this paper, we consider the theoretical approaches to the problem of innovation, and the problems that may face the organization in the implementation. Also, the features of educational institutions that have an impact on the effectiveness of innovation

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