Project Management in Strategic Planning of Enterprises at the Present Stage




Project Management, Strategic Planning, Enterprises, Sustainable Development, Factors, Modernization, Enterprise Goals, Resources, Analysis, Economic, Business


In this article, the authors consider project management in the strategic planning of energy industry enterprises. The purpose of the article is to analyze and calculate indicators in order to identify the effectiveness of energy enterprise modernization. The authors thoroughly analyze the literature review on project management in the enterprise’s strategic planning. The authors also revealed that strategic planning in the project management framework is considered a dynamic set of six interrelated management processes that logically follow each other. Results: the authors calculated the degree of factors influenced to identify the decreased degree in the enterprise efficiency by the method of chain substitutions. As a result, heat energy was underdeveloped due to the reduction in the number of operation hours of boiler units. As a result of the conducted research, it was revealed that a change in the values of the main factors, namely the number of boiler units operating and due to heat losses from external pipelines affecting the production process, entails a change in the generated power of boilers, the amount of load and the valuable heat released, and hot water transferred to the consumer. Conclusion: the presented data and their analysis make it possible to effectively assess that a well-chosen and successfully implemented business management strategy is the key to its effective functioning in a market economy. Of course, a good strategic plan and its good execution do not guarantee that the company will be able to completely avoid periods of recession and uncertainty. 

How to Cite

Nurmukhametov, N., Bulkhairova, Z., Zhadigerova, O., & Saimagambetova , G. (2023). Project Management in Strategic Planning of Enterprises at the Present Stage. Eurasian Journal of Economic and Business Studies, 67(2), 57–68.