Organizing effective competitive development of enterprises through the formation of a rational base of resource provision: methodological aspect




cumulative effect, additional effect, management innovations, resource provision, related results


In order for enterprises not to suffer significant losses by repurposing their activities for the manufacture of products attractive at certain points in time, it is necessary to take into account the compatibility of resource mutual support of the business processes they perform when forming the product range. Such compatibility and interaction should ensure the long-term efficiency of the enterprise and the strategic attractiveness of its products on the market.

Accordingly, the object of this study is the process that forms a rational resource base for effective long-term competitive development of the enterprise through the formation of an additional effect. Within the framework of the formed approach, the expediency to use the coefficient of managerial efficiency to choose the necessary source of resource provision (own production or alternative attraction of the necessary resources from an attractive stakeholder) has been proven.

The proposed recommendations should be applied to enterprises that use a significant number of parts, assemblies, and components for production; therefore, they have been tested on the activities of a machine-building enterprise. The results confirmed the feasibility of independent production by the studied enterprise of the relevant types of raw materials and the provision of certain services. This made it possible, by rationalizing the assortment policy of the enterprise, to create a closed production cycle and reduce, thereby, its dependence on third-party enterprises, which is extremely relevant under wartime conditions. In addition, the implemented measures made it possible to increase the volume of production of a particular type of product (vacuum pumps) by 10 %, reduce the reserve of production capacity, and ensure the stability of competitive advantages by increasing the service life and quality of individual components of the existing goods of the studied enterprise

Author Biographies

Khrystyna Zalutska, Lviv Polytechnic National University

Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor

Department of Business Economics and Investment

Valentyna Protsenko, Odessa National Medical University

Doctor of Economic Sciences, Associate Professor, Vice-Rector for Education Quality Assurance

Department of Pharmacy Organization and Economics

Tetiana Maslak, Lviv Polytechnic National University

Postgraduate Student

Department of Business Economics and Investment


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Organizing effective competitive development of enterprises through the formation of a rational base of resource provision: methodological aspect




How to Cite

Zalutska, K., Protsenko, V., & Maslak, T. (2023). Organizing effective competitive development of enterprises through the formation of a rational base of resource provision: methodological aspect. Eastern-European Journal of Enterprise Technologies, 1(13 (121), 6–17.



Transfer of technologies: industry, energy, nanotechnology