The objective of the article is to highlight and consider the main directions for improving the modern enterprise management system, since that in the modern market conditions, the issue of effective development for industrial enterprises becomes more relevant, while the fundamental bearing core of the enterprise's internal environment is the management efficiency. The main problem is the managerial inefficiency of an excessively large structure that is not well suited to the work in market conditions. Methodology. In the course of this analysis, the management system of an industrial enterprise was considered as a complex open system with the use of the system analysis methodology in the study, which made it possible to identify the main directions for its improvement. Results. Enterprise management is a continuous process of influencing the performance of an employee, group or enterprise as a whole for the best results in terms of achieving the goal, which has been set. The management process is provided by the trained management professionals who shape and manage the organization by setting goals and developing ways to achieve them. To do this, management must find an effective way to combine the key variables that characterize tasks and people, while taking into account the obvious and potential external and internal risks and threats. Setting goals and providing them with policies, strategies, procedures and rules, the necessary management mechanisms contribute to the solution of this task. Motivation and control also play a significant role in ensuring that the tasks are completed effectively. However, the key in this is precisely management, which is most obvious and directly related to the systematic coordination of tasks and, accordingly, the formal relationships of people performing them, and the correctly selected management process toolkit allows the enterprise to achieve the greatest efficiency. Practical implications. The performed analysis of the features of the functioning of the enterprise management system allows us to determine the following areas for improving the modern enterprise management system: improving the business processes of the enterprise, ensuring high-quality control in the enterprise management system, and introducing the enterprise risk-management. Value/originality. The use of system analysis made it possible to determine and substantiate the main directions of improving the modern enterprise management system.
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enterprise, controlling, business processes, risk-management, enterprise management system
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