Research Opportunities to Improve the Competitiveness by Using Network Project Teams

Sergey Novikov, Natalia Komarova, Karen Dadyan


This article shows the relevance of the problem of increasing the competitiveness of Information Technology (IT) companies as part of the fourth industrial revolution and presents the relevance of the implementation of network project teams to improve the competitiveness of IT companies. The paper presents the hypothesis, purpose, object and subject of research and shows the practical significance and novelty of the work. There are possibilities of increasing the competitiveness of IT companies in the framework of the aerospace industry. The paper presents the industry's need for automated systems required for air transportation. We can find the correlation of the emergence of new management tasks with the presence of such components as new management standards, the growth of the number of holdings, financial and industrial groups and the total number of enterprises. It presents the advantages of using network project teams for solving complex and non-standard tasks within a limited time resource. Furthermore, it shows a comparison of the two approaches using the network and conventional project team. It is shown that the usual project team does not have the capabilities that will ensure the high competitiveness of the company in the implementation of complex, non-standard projects, where it is impossible to do without new knowledge and competencies and complete the project in a limited time. Also, it describes the process of transformation of an ordinary group into a network structure. Also, this article also illustrates possibility to avoid many negative characteristics of a conventional group while maintaining the basic principles of the project team and its positive characteristics.

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Research in World Economy
ISSN 1923-3981(Print)ISSN 1923-399X(Online)


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