Modern approaches to the rationing of managerial labor


  • Rinat Tavzikhovich Latypov Ural State University of Economics
  • Dmitry Nikolaevich Yadransky Ural State University of Economics
  • Elena Vasilievna Chumak Ural State University of Economics



efficiency, factor, business process, mapping, quantitative methods, qualitative methods, rationing


Article deals with the modern management problem associated with improving the accuracy of the ration of managerial work. Emphasis is on the need to move from the rationing of the working day to the rationing of individual labor functions (operations). The subject of the article is contradictions arising in the process of integration of quantitative and qualitative methods of research of the work process. The main purpose of the article is to create the author's concept of overcoming contradictions between the existing methods of regulation managerial labor and the practical need of enterprises in developing these norms. Concept is based on the synthesis of quantitative and qualitative methods. The methodological framework of the study consists of the concept of foreign and domestic researchers involved in the issues of labor rationing and management efficiency. The problem of the article lies in the fact that the existing approaches to standards of management personnel are not sufficiently adapted to solving problems in conditions of intellectual labor. The cause of the problem is seen as the need of enterprises to improve the efficiency of not individual employees involved in management issues, but of the entire business process management. In combination with the totality of such general scientific and special methods of cognition, such as dialectical, systemic, descriptive, theoretical modeling, the article offers approaches to eliminate this contradiction. The main conclusion of the article is the necessity of application of two-stage approaches to the valuation of managerial work, where the first phase involves a qualitative analysis of the structure of the business process, is conducted after the close study of the cost of labor in the performance of these functions. The article defines the limitations of the application of this method and offers recommendations for its integration with methods of studying the cost of working time. As the resulting conclusions, it is proposed to apply not for all business processes but for the most significant for the organization. This method will optimize the costs of rationing, and explore only the largest (and, accordingly, costly) business processes for an organization. The basis of this method is the ranking system proposed in the article. It is also insisted that in modern management practice it is inappropriate to control individual participants in a business process (jobs). It is necessary to standardize the entire business process with its further distribution among the performers.


Download data is not yet available.

Author Biographies

Rinat Tavzikhovich Latypov, Ural State University of Economics

Ural State Mining University, Yekaterinburg, Russia

Dmitry Nikolaevich Yadransky, Ural State University of Economics

Ural State University of Economics, Yekaterinburg, Russia

Elena Vasilievna Chumak, Ural State University of Economics

Ural State University of Economics, Yekaterinburg, Russia


Feoktistova O.A. Rationing of research work: methodological approaches. Oksana Feoktistova / Internet magazine “NAUKOVEDENIE” Issue 5 (24), September - October 2014

Shabanova G.P. Improving productivity and rationing labor [Electronic resource] / Institute for Enterprise Issues, 2010. Access mode: htpp: //

Aristarkhova M.K., Zueva M.S., Abzgildin D.A. Modeling the process of adapting an innovative solution to the conditions of production // Upravlenets. 2018. T. 9. No. 3. Pp. 51–57. DOI: 10.29141 / 2218-5003-2018-9-3-9

Mints Aleksey. Classification of tasks of data mining and data processing in the economy/ Aleksey Mints / Baltic Journal of Economic Studies Vol 3, No 3 (2017) p. 47-52

Arzhentsov Vladimir Fedorovich, Davydova Nadezhda Stanislavovna, Fatkhullin Ruzal Rasimovich Mapping value streams (on the example of PJSC "KamAZ") // Vestnik of Udmurt University. Series "Economics and Law." 2017. ?1. URL: (date of treatment: 25.09.2018).

Medvedev Yu.V. Contradictions in the rationing of work of labor protection specialists in a market economy / U, V. Medvedev / International Research Journal. 2017. No. 8-1 (62). P. 25-28.

Order of the Ministry of Health and Social Development of the Russian Federation of May 17, 2012 No. 559n “On Approval of the Unified Qualification Reference Book of Managers, Specialists and Employees, Section“ Qualification Characteristics of Managers and Specialists Implementing Work in the Field of Labor Protection ”[Electronic resource] // ATP ConsultantPlus. - URL: (date of treatment: 09/02/2018)

Order of the Ministry of Labor of Russia dated August 4, 2014 No. 524n “On approval of the occupational safety standard“ Specialist in the field of labor protection ”[Electronic resource] // ATP Consultant Plus. - URL: (date of treatment: 09/02/2018)

Zhulina E.G. Rationing labor for the sake of improving its quality. Labor Rationing as a Tool for Managing the Quality of Working Life / E.G. Zulina / Russian Entrepreneurship. 2009. No. 7-2. Pp. 47-51

Pshenichnikov S.V. Regulation of labor at the present stage of development of aviation engineering (on the example of OAO Omsk Machine-Building Design Bureau / S. Pshenichnikov / Vestnik of Omsk University. Series: Economics. 2008. No. 1. P. 103-104.

Shutina O.V. Labor Rationing as a Business Process O.V. Shutina / Vestnik of Omsk University. Series: Economics. 2009. ? 2. P. 19–25



How to Cite

Latypov, R. T., Yadransky, D. N., & Chumak, E. V. (2019). Modern approaches to the rationing of managerial labor. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH, 14, 3098-3103.




Most read articles by the same author(s)