INSIGHTS INTO SOCIAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT SUBSYSTEM (A CASE STUDY ON LUKMI UKRAINE Ltd)
Keywords:management, socio-psychological subsystem, consulting company, social responsibility, competitiveness, balanced scorecard
The article provides insights into the specifics and key management patterns related to the socio-psychological subsystem of a consulting company. According to current standards, the study offers an assessment on social responsibility of the consulting company along with suggesting argument on the need to implement socially responsible programs and activities to enhance the competitiveness of LUKMI UKRAINE Ltd consulting company. The hypothesis of the study is based on the statement that given the research results, tackling interpersonal relationships is critically important for the organization, since conflicts and misunderstandings between colleagues may translate into derailing of strategic planning and create barriers to attaining goals. Accordingly, a study of human behavior psychology will facilitate management regulation process which in turn might contribute to attaining better management performance and boost management effectiveness. The purpose of the research is to identify the role and significance of studying modern practices in managing a company socio-psychological subsystem in the context of the national economy development and the realia of structural and innovative transformations. To attain the research objectives, the following methods have been employed: dialectical, structural and systemic methods – to build a structural and logical model to ensure effective management of socio-psychological subsystem of the enterprise, historical and systemic approaches, methods of analysis, synthesis, induction and deduction techniques – to explore the conceptual paradigm of company management. The study presents the structure and the nature of the company socio-psychological subsystem and the specifics of its successful application to foster further business development and attaining its strategic objectives – financial, structural, etc. The research findings demonstrate that better understanding by management of the content and structural elements of the consulting company socio-psychological subsystem, and good managerial skills in harnessing socio-psychological management methods to implement their executive managerial power will contribute to enhancing the current practices of the consulting company in managing the socio-psychological subsystem.