METHODOLOGY FOR RESEARCH OF INNOVATIVE BUSINESS PROCESSES


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Abstract

Author considers theoretical approaches to the essence, content and implementation of business processes of industrial enterprises. The main differences and components of innovation processes are presented. The author studies the main stages of evolution of the formation and development of business processes, identifies approaches to the definition of business processes, and suggests and studies the main properties of business processes. The paper reveals the essence and content of innovative business processes and introduces the author's concept – «innovative value stream», presented in the form of innovations that have consumer and own value for the enterprise. The author has developed the structure of the innovative business process and proposed the author's definition.

About the authors

Sergey A. Leonov

Saint Petersburg State University of Industrial Technologies and Design

Author for correspondence.
Email: sergey-leonov@mail.ru

Candidate of Economic Sciences, associate professor of the Department of Economic Theory

Russian Federation

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