Сопротивление инновациям в энергетической отрасли

Научная новизна данной работы заключается в ее акценте на перспективе будущего молодых менеджеров как на одном из факторов, обусловливающих уровень их сопротивления инновациям. Авторы определили четыре кластера менеджеров: два кластера (II; IV) комбинировали в себе менеджеров с перспективой будущего, обусловливающей нейтральное или положительное отношение к изменениям, и два кластера (I; III) с перспективой будущего, обусловливающей высокий уровень сопротивления инновациям

Ключевые слова: сопротивление инновациям, сопротивление изменениям, социальная психология, управление проектами

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