Experts of the Graduate School of Management of St. Petersburg State University (GSOM SPbU) and Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University (Polytech, SPbPU) jointly moderated a strategic session for JSC Baltic Shipyard.
The shipbuilding enterprise is beginning to develop a strategy for the next 10-15 years, and for the first time in the history of the shipyard, it held a session with the participation of all members of the Directorate and invited executives of the leading partner organizations.
«The development of leaders and organizations is a key challenge for GSOM SPbU. We are glad that a collaboration between the academic community and business enables the Russian companies to use the knowledge developed at the university and competencies for application», — noted Maxim Arzumanyan, GSOM SPbU professor, who moderated the session of this leading shipyard.
Moderators organized the strategic session in a business game format consisting of the following blocks: the context of emerging changes, technologies as a driver of change, strategy and its role, and the tasks of managers. The aim is to set goals for project work, to define its plan and rules, to develop team cooperation among the shipyard management to design a development strategy for Baltic Shipyard and to search for new approaches within the realities of the digital economy or Industry 4.0.
The enterprise team will be observing trends that can have an impact on the development of production and product niches. Among the perspective directions, large-tonnage shipbuilding and the construction of floating power units were outlined.