Chapter “Success factors” (in Russian, pages
In Russian Management Model Aleksandr Prokhorov analyzes the Russian management mythology and raises important questions, such as: what is the Russian management model, how can you practically apply its principles, which characteristics are real and which are not, what is its pros and cons, and what’s next.
This study is quite entertaining and covers over a millennium of Russian management history. Conventional problems are looked at from an unconventional point of view, bringing what appears to be a collection of unrelated facts to form a solid thesis. The author comes across specific management structures and procedures, plus describes unique managing technologies practiced by Russians of the past and present.
The book will be found helpful and interesting by a wide range of readers.
Release date: April 15 2011
Aleksandr Prokhorov lives in Yaroslavl, Russia and teaches in Yaroslavl P.G. Demidov State University. He has authored two books and over thirty magazine articles on the subject. Prokhorov’s career veered through various positions, including CFO, vice general director of a trade company, HR director, development director, governor’s economic advisor, and management consultant.