The management of innovative processes in organizations. System-transdisciplinary approach




innovation management, system-interdisciplinary approach, innovation planning, multiplex waves (M-waves), normative parameters of the innovation process


The article justifies the application of a system-interdisciplinary approach to solving problems of managing innovative processes, especially in the field of planning, organizing and controlling innovative events. Such problems are the justification of innovative events and the selection of their dates. The article describes the principles of innovation classification based on the interdisciplinary model of the information unit of order. The development of the system can be represented as a multiplex of waves or as a set of M-waves. It is shown that the system at each stage of its development is predisposed to changes in a certain trait. The article describes the methodological principles for justifying the dates for planning, conducting and monitoring the implementation of measures in the innovation process.


Author Biographies

Michael Mokiy, FSBEI “State University of Management”, FSBEI “Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation”, Moscow

Michael S. Mokiy,

Doctor of Economic Sciences, a professor at FSBEI “State University of Management”, FSBEI “Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation”, Moscow, Russia.

Paul Gureev, FSBEI “State University of Management”, Moscow

Paul M. Gureev,

Doctor of Economic Sciences, an associate professor at the Innovation Management Department of FSBEI “State University of Management”, Moscow, Russia.


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Decision making and control in economic, technical, ecological and social systems