System of control of manufacturing process at manufacturing company is being analysed in this article. Generally, reasons of possible inaccuracies during manufacturing process are determined on the grounds of managers’ experience and calculations made. Insufficient attention to this field may determine inability to adopt in variable business environment. After quantitative research in manufacturing company was made as well as after 7 managers and 20 principals, participating in the manufacturing process, were interviewed, many problems were found: resources in the records of critical amounts, management of human resources, change of employees (possibilities of career), preparation of manufacturing tasks, results of activity of employees etc. In case results of this research would not be considered, manufacturing company may not survive in competitive struggle and will be forced to go bankrupt. In order to change the situation, a system of control of manufacturing process, oriented to results, was recommended. This system regulates many relative functions, starting from determination of amount of producible production, quality requirements, preparation of necessary documents, conclusion of schedules of producible production, planning of needs of raw materials/materials, by necessarily assessing effective usage of all resources related to organisation of manufacturing process control of qualitative production getting into warehouse.
His article sets out to explore two aspects reported in the literature: we pursued to fulfill the lack of research in the field of preparation and implementation of Lithuanian public management reform; searching for evidence that reforms are based on unclear public management doctrine. Principal – agent theory was applied to execute the aim of current research. The data collected by carried our eight in-depth semi structured interviews. The research sought to identify the change of opinions during the execution of public management reform. It was found, that preparation and implementation of public management reform depends on three factors: (i) value – based public management reform conception; (ii) existence of strong coordination center form reform execution; (iii) support of political – administration resource. However, the participation of political appointees at the reform process highlighted the conflict in their activity. From one hand the support of political appointees reduce control of performance. Otherwise, there is a threat for implementation of public management reform.
In the regional policy of Lithuania the Curonian lagoon coastal region is not distinguished as a separate territorial unit. Nevertheless, this territory is being analyzed in different regional context. Accoding to the samples of the EU regional policy, the authors of this article provided an assumption that the principles of solidarity and cohesion could be successfully implemented in the regional policy if the financial support will be allocated not for counties (regions) but according to specific problems in the regions on mezo and micro levels. The sample of that micro region can be recognized as the Curonian lagoon region (Lithuanian part).
The paper presents a statistical assessment of interregional differences in youth unemployment in Russia. The unemployment rate was decomposed into fundamental and cyclical components, which was essential for deeper understanding of the specificity of the youth labour market. We made a typology of the regions of RF according to similar trends of youth unemployment and an empirical analysis of the rates, dynamics and factors of unemployment among the young people aged 15–19 and 20–29 years for 77 regions of Russia between 2005 and 2013. We also analyzed the response of the regional rates of youth unemployment to crises. For analyzing the regional parameters of youth unemployment, we employed economical-statistical methods. We identified the interregional differences in the youth labor market and the nature of their changes in the time of economic crisis. The statistical database for this study was the Rosstat data posted on the official website of the Federal State Statistics Service. We found that in the time of crisis the interregional differences in unemployment rates decreased and in the period of recovery growth, they increased. The interregional differentiation was on the rise because some individual regions used new points of growth. The study was conducted at the Institute of Agrarian Problems of RAS with the financial support from the Russian Scientific Foundation (RSF), project # 14-18-02801.
We have possibility to be acquainted with new scientific research from different field. These scientific investigations are taking important place in regional development. The organizational development and it influence to better regional development are described in S. Paramonovs, K. Ijevleva paper about Riga airport problems; organizational culture development is described in J. Paužuolienė, J. Daubarienė research; control of manufacturing processes in A. Giedraitis paper; innovative development perspectives of net of hotels in T. Konovalova, G. Jatulevičienė paper; analysis of small and medium size business structure and territorial distribution in V. Burkšienė, E. Spiriajevas investigation and methodological problems of assessment of regional economic growth in A. Šneiderienė, V. Juščius investigation. Youth unemployment problems are analyzed in T. Blinova, V. Markov, V. Rusanovsky and L. Grineviča, B. Rivža papers. Some psychological aspects of society wherein can improve psychological environment in regions are shown in paper about socially responsible consumption written by V. Juščius, D. Maliauskaitė, stress influence on job satisfaction by E. Župerkienė, A. Župerka, I. Babičaitė investigation, correlation of self-esteem and safety in society is describe in J. Sučylaitė paper, identity questions are describe in I. Spiriajevienė, E. Spiriajevas paper. D. Verkulevičiūtė-Kriukienė, J. Galinienė describe the changes in the use of EU structural funds in priorities of municipalities. And R. Civinskas, J. Dvorak, R. Davidonis in their paper analyzes preparation and implementation of Lithuanian public management reform. So like always the papers are interesting and can engage to read different scientist and all people. We wish pleasant reading.