January 12 at the Faculty of Management was held a roundtable on "Actual Problems of Organizational Management and Logistics Activities in Modern Enterprises". The event conducted by representatives of the Department of Management of Organizations and Logistics, organizers and hosts acted: PhD in Public Administration, Associate Professor Olena Belousova, PhD in Economics, Associate Professor Serhiy Bohdanov and PhD in Economics, senior lecturer of the Department of Management of Organizations and Logistics Artem Suchkov.
During the roundtable discussed current problems of organizational management and logistics, which appeared today in most enterprises and activities related to economic and political crisis in Ukraine. In the roundtable took part students of EQL "Bachelor", "Specialist" and "Master" of specialties "Management and Administration" and "Logistics". Reports of roundtable participants were based on the results of practical training that students were in enterprises of different industries and ownership. Subject reports included the following topics: "The Formation of Strategic Business Objectives", "Management Industry Risk", "Innovative Approaches in Reforming Wage System in the Enterprise", "Formation of Logistics Software Business Enterprise Projects", "The Ability of Logistics Systems to Adaptation in Today's Market Conditions", "Employment Prospects of Young Specialists in Industrial Enterprises", "Simulation-making in Modern Conditions" etc.
Active discussion and debate on each report highlighted the importance and relevance of topics for future roundtable of specialists, which should be a major driver of economic revitalization processes in Ukraine.
Topic of the roundtable format and communication between teachers and students called positive feedback and provide quality feedback to the educational process.
The round table was another event in the program of events that are regularly held at the Faculty of Management.
PhD in Public Administration, Associate Professor
Department of Management of Organizations and Logistics