|GUIDELINES FOR THE PREPARATION ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES|
Abstract (abstract) in the periodical is the source of information about the contents of the article and the results set forth there in Science. Summary (abstract) performs the following functions:
– allows you to set the main content of the document, determine its relevance and decide whether to apply to the full text of the document;
– provides information about the document and eliminates the need of reading the full text of the document if the document is of secondary interest to reader;
– used in information, including automated, systems to search for documents and information.
Summary (abstract) to the article should be: – Informative (not contain common words); – Original; – Content (to reflect the main content of the article and results studies); – Structured (follow the logic description of the results in the article); – Compact (packed in a volume of 120 to 250 words). Abstract shows what is contained in the article and what the news bears this article compared to other scientific publications. Abstract should reflect basic and valuable, according to the author, the steps, objects and conclusions of the study. The information contained in the title, should not be repeated in the text of Summary (annotations /abstract). Avoid unnecessary introductory phrases (e.g. ” The author examines the …”). The text of annotations (abstract) should apply meaningful words from the text of article.
Example of the author’s resume
A considerable part of innovative plans concerning implementation of developments with underlying novelties either do not reach the implementing stage, or in fact yield less benefit than anticipated. One of the reasons of such failures is the fact that the manager lacks real tools for planning, evaluating and controlling innovations. The article brings forward the mechanism for a strategic planning of a company, based on the analysis of both inner company’s resources, and outer competitive strength, as well as on searching ways of using external opportunities with account taken of the company’s specific character. Strategic planning is based on a code of regulations and procedures containing a series of methods, the use of which makes it possible for company’s manager to ensure prompt measures of reaction to outer business environment changes. Such methods include: strategic segmentation; solving problems in real-time mode; diagnostics of strategic readiness to operate in the context of the future; working out a general plan of management; planning of the business position of the firm; strategic transformation of the company. Strategic planning process is presented as a closed cycle consisting of 9 successive stages, each of them represents a logical sequence of measures ensuring the dynamics of system development. The developed by the author strategic planning methods result in the recommendation to proceed to “interactive strategic management” which is conceptually based on the constructive potential of the collective body, on searching ways of its building on the basis of effective overcoming accelerating changes, increasing organizational complexity, and unpredictable changeability of the environment.