Purpose. The article aims to develop a comprehensive and targeted method for assessing the formation of event management in the enterprise, based on the separation of the four-factor model of such assessment (areas of professional competence, maturity, event activity, and information technology component).
Design/methodology/approach. The main research methods are theoretical and methodological analysis (to clarify the content of the concept of event management), structural and logical analysis, and way of data systematization (to reflect the structure and relationships within a four-factor model for assessing the formation of event management in the enterprise), an empirical method of diagnostic testing (to establish the ranges of the level of construction of event management), as well as the method of graphical display (to illustrate the formation of event management).
Findings. The article analyzed and developed the content of the concept of event management formation and executed its distribution on the level and main directions. The research developed a model of estimation of event management formation at the enterprise, which formed the basis of the offered complex-target method of assessment of such formation. There are 4 main areas (factors) for assessing the formation of event management at the enterprise, namely: the direction of professional competence of employees involved in event management, the direction of organizational maturity, the direction of event activity of the enterprise, and the direction of information technology component of the enterprise. The article graphically illustrated a level of event management formation at the enterprise in the form of a petal diagram with a circle drawing of the level of such formation. The developed complex-target method for enterprises of various activity spheres is empirically researched and applied, based on which we formed conclusions and recommendations.
Practical implications. The method allows for forming a set of appropriate parameters for assessing the formation of event management in the management of the enterprise and ensuring their integration to obtain a generalized assessment. Therefore, a point and dynamic evaluation of the level of such formation is obtained, taking into account each of the directions. In addition, it is possible to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the company in this direction, which is further the basis for management decisions to improve.
Originality/value. The scientific novelty of the research lies in the authorial and empirically substantiated complex-targeted method of assessing the formation of event management, which will allow determining the level of this formation in the following areas: professional competence of employees, organizational maturity, event activity, and information technology component and. This approach will give you the possibility to pinpoint which areas of event management need special attention to maximize the positive effect of this type of management in enterprise management.
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