The article deals with issues related to the creation of digital mechanisms for managing the priorities of goals in enterprises in the context of inter-goal conflicts. A system-dynamic model of a system for forming and serving a queue of goals has been developed and it has been shown that with an average load of such a system, even at 90%, large delays in the execution of goals are already observed. It is also shown that the introduction of a feedback mechanism through goal priority management can significantly increase the effectiveness of the goal setting system. The concept of goal priority is proposed as a complex parameter consisting of 10 components that form the static, dynamic and purchase parts of the priority. A digital mechanism for the formation and management of enterprise priorities is proposed. The obtained results make it possible to increase the economic security of the enterprise due to better coordination of strategic, operational and tactical goals, as well as to accelerate management processes and increase their transparency.
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