Renewing organizational culture and effectiveness in Russian enterprises after the 2014 recession using W. Edwards Deming’s and Jospeh Juran’s quality management approach
Badmaeva, Khanda (2019)
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The following paper examines opportunities for the renewal of organizational culture and effectiveness in Russian enterprises. The discussion starts with the analysis of three major crises that happened in Russia – The Default in 1998, The Global crisis in 2008 and The Economic Recession in 2014. The 2014 Economic Recession has stimulated the import- substitution practices held by the Russian government, which gave the domestic enterprises an opportunity for the economic development during the recession. High performance of enterprises along with the high quality of produced goods can accelerate the transition of Russia to the export-oriented economy. By examining the USSR practices of quality control management, it was found out that Russia has a solid foundation in quality control management. The final step towards successful integration of the Russian enterprises in the international market will be a successful implementation of western quality management approach. In this research, it was decided to use the teachings of American quality control managers W. Edwards Deming and Joseph Juran.