Approach to Evaluating the Effectiveness of Managing the Territorial Community Development

Problem setting. The paper specifies the application of benchmarking methods to evaluate the effectiveness of managing the territorial community development. Available open data on the research objects activities have been used, which is especially relevant in conditions of limited funds  and resources for additional research to obtain analytical information.

Benchmarking of market infrastructure development: regional aspect

In this paper, a methodology for benchmarking study of the market infrastructure development in regions of Ukraine is developed. As indicators for comparison, the number of active enterprises in the sectors that make up the market infrastructure was chosen. The suitability of standardization of output data by the standard deviation of the mean (Z-index) is grounded. The aggregation of standardized data is carried out by a simple arithmetic mean. The aggregated data are evaluated by two methods: ranking and grouping with irregular intervals.

Methodical approaches to the formation of the competitive advantages of the enterprise based on benchmarking

In the article the relevance of the formation and achievement of competitive advantages of a separate enterprise at the present stage is substantiated. The purpose of the research is to develop a mechanism for applying benchmarking techniques to form the competitive advantages of the enterprise.

Establishment of connections between customer demands and properties of a product using the method of QFD and FUZZY LOGIC

Now for the developed countries of the world community is inherent to ensure quality by organizational and management measures, namely development, implementation, certification and continuous improvement of quality systems. Proceedings of the outstanding scientists of the twentieth century W. Shewhart, W. E. Deming, Joseph M. Juran (first introduced the concept of “quality control”), F. Crosby, K. Ishikawa, Armand V. Feigenbaum, H. Taguchi, T. Seyfi formed a modern strategy based on the application of quality management systems (QMS).