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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Egor Prudnikov
Studying Organizational Innovation Influence on the Innovational Companies Growth Indicators
Dezhina Irina Genad`evna
2019
Graduation thesis analyzes the main theories concerning organizational changes, including organizational innovations, in companies, identifies the main trends in the development of modern high-tech fast-growing companies. This analysis became the basis for the development of the research part of the work and interpretation of the results.

As part of the study, the degree of influence of organizational innovations introduced by companies on the company's revenue indicators, the share of R & d costs in revenue, the share of costs of technological innovations in revenue, the share of new products in revenue, and the share of exports in the total sales of the company were traced. To formalize the assessment of the impact of organizational innovations on the above indicators, a typology of organizational innovations was developed, which included 8 blocks. Each block describes a specific set of actions aimed at changing the organization of activities in the company.

The empirical part of the study was based on the method of in-depth interviews conducted with senior managers of 7 companies. The dynamics of the company's performance over several years allowed us to assess their main trends, and the information obtained through in-depth interviews made it possible to correlate the dynamics of indicators and organizational changes in the companies, and to draw a conclusion about the effectiveness of a particular block of organizational innovations.

The experimental part of the work confirmed the theoretical positions in the field of organizational innovation, namely the theory of "unforeseen circumstances" Burns and Stalker, claiming that it is the external environment that dictates strategic decisions to managers of companies to obtain resources and development of the company. The second confirmed theory - Lawrence and Lorsch, according to which the company can simultaneously and separately from each other there are two organizational types: mechanistic and organic.

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