Model of Hypercompetition Driving Forces Influence Analysis on the Construction Sphere Business Associations’ Management System

  • N. KunyaevEmail author
  • L. Martynov
Conference paper
Part of the Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies book series (SIST, volume 139)


This article presents the model of hypercompetition driving forces influence analysis on the construction sphere business associations’ management system for its improvement in the modern economic development conditions. The research revealed relevant features of hypercompetition driving forces. They exert the most significant impact on specific success factors within the information-communication environment. The stated in the article procedure allows methodologically organized and systemized to carry out a detailed step-by-step study for the implementation of the corresponding synthesized theoretical generalizations and formulate the principles based on the accomplished analysis. It is possible to develop the concept due to research results and the corresponding theoretical generalizations for the specified model of hypercompetition driving forces influence analysis on the construction sphere business associations’ management system in the conditions of the material-virtual environment. This concept based on the 35 principles is necessary for the improvement of the inspected management in the information-communication environment. The adduced in the central part of the article principles become rules for the mentioned organization’s activity in modern conditions.


Material-virtual business environment Business associations of the construction sphere Features of hypercompetition driving forces Success factors of the management system Information-communication environment Model of hypercompetition driving forces influence analysis Improving principles for the management system 


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  1. 1.Bauman Moscow State Technical UniversityMoscowRussia

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