The Management of Venture Structures in Conditions of Uncertainty

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Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine
Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine
Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine
Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine

The study examines the problem of managing venture structures in conditions of uncertainty, where modern companies face unprecedented change and risk. The relevance of the research is due to global transformations, geopolitical conflicts, technological innovations and unexpected market changes. The article discusses strategies for managing venture structures in conditions of uncertainty, including adaptation to changes, portfolio diversification, and involvement of experts. The role of technological innovations in venture management is also considered, including their impact on opportunity identification and process automation. Adaptive leadership is a crucial aspect of managing enterprises under conditions of uncertainty. This involves being flexible and responsive to the business's changing environment and challenges. The study's general conclusions indicate the need for flexible management strategies, the use of modern technologies and the development of new investment models to succeed in conditions of constant uncertainty and change. It is noted that the effective management of venture structures is essential for the country's post-war recovery because it can become a catalyst for rapid economic recovery and stimulation of innovation. Prospects for further research include the analysis of the impact of global crises, regulatory aspects and psychological factors on venture management and the expansion of cooperation between large corporations and startups in this context.

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