Innovative Methods in Strategic Planning of Foreign Economic Activity of Enterprises

Valentyna Yakubiv, Iryna Hryhoruk

Abstract


Changes in the external conditions of business in Ukraine, European integration vector of the country development, and possibilities of import/export operations facilitate foreign trade. Modern methods of strategic management and strategic diagnostics should be developed in line with international requirements and needs of managers in Ukraine and partners abroad. Therefore substantiation of innovation trends for enterprise development strategies on the international arena as a constituent of stable economy is important and necessary.

The purpose of this article is to define innovative approaches to planning, development and implementation of strategies and to develop a comprehensive diagnosis of the strategic potential of foreign economic activity.

During the research, the following methods: logical abstraction, modeling, PEST-analysis, systems analysis, graphic.

The main results of the study are: 1) disclosure of the features of the construction of strategic management in international business; 2) analysis of European and American practices of strategic management of foreign economic activity of enterprises; 3) study of algorithmic scheme of strategic management in the Ukraine; 4) justification of methods of three-level system of strategic analysis using matrix methods of assessment; 5) the classification of the main methods of matrix analysis within groups: macro, meso, macro level; 6) a comprehensive diagnosis of the strategic potential of foreign economic activity of enterprises in Ukraine.

The study proved the main areas of innovation and strategic principles of international management and comprehensive methodology for strategic planning matrix based on innovative methods.

Keywords


strategic planning, foreign economic activity, strategic analysis, innovative methods, diagnostics, enterprises

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