Alexander Miller – Dostoevsky Omsk State University, 55A, Mira Pr., Omsk, 644077, Russia

Elena Yakovleva – Omsk State Technical University, 11, Mira Pr., Omsk, 644050, Russia


4th International Scientific Conference – EMAN 2020 – Economics and Management: How to Cope With Disrupted Times, Online/Virtual, September 3, 2020, CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS published by: Association of Economists and Managers of the Balkans, Belgrade, Serbia; ISBN 978-86-80194-30-1, ISSN 2683-4510


The problem of the impossibility to ensure the technological development of industrial enterprises
in the new economic conditions of digitalization based on traditional approaches developed
for the conditions, in which modern high-tech enterprises no longer operate, determined the core scientific
idea of the study. It forms a conceptual model for the intelligent infrastructure of technological
development at industrial enterprises based on the principles of infrastructure-reproduction approach.
Domestic and foreign management theory presented with a variety of concepts, including those focused
on modern aspects of management, due to structural changes in the economy based on digital technologies,
do not give a sufficiently clear idea of the management features of the intelligent infrastructure
formation for technological development at industrial enterprises in the new economic conditions. This
is an urgent scientific problem to be solved.
The proposed concept is based on methods of system analysis and scientific modelling, economic-statistical
methods (grouping, typing, constructing time series, determining ratings, etc.), to analyze and
compile statistical information, identify trends and characteristics of technological development at industrial
enterprises, analytical method when performing analytical calculations, graphical method for
the visualization of the results.
From the infrastructure-reproduction approach the article reveals the components of the conceptual
model for intelligent infrastructure of technological development at industrial enterprises, and presents
the essential links between them, due to the task of achieving the target results in the field of technological
development in the digital economy. The presented model can influence the management orientation
of a modern industrial enterprise and the choice of an acceptable organizational solution in the field
of staff intellectual resources management for its technological development. These results will allow
developing research, designing and implementing organizational and management systems and mechanisms
to ensure the technologization based on effective intellectual and resource support in the industrial
sector in the digital economy.


Intelligent infrastructure, Intellectual resources, Infrastructure and reproduction approach,
Technological development, Industrial enterprises, Digital economy, Staff


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