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Rizun Nina (Alfred Nobel University, Dnipropetrovsk)
Methodology of Intellectual Express - Evaluation of the Decision-Making Effectiveness
Scientific Publications / University of Economics in Katowice. Economics and Business Communication Challenges : International Week, 2014, s. 209-228, rys., tab., bibliogr. 25 poz.
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Podejmowanie decyzji, Efektywność, Kapitał intelektualny, Metodologia badań
Decision making, Effectiveness, Intellectual capital, Research methodology
This paper presents a new concept of computational methods and models system for express- valuation of the decision making effectiveness as a crucial notion of the business communication management. Proposed concept is based on the idea of the identification of fundamental intellectual processes, which lie in the basis of decision-making process, as well as the dependence of their peculiarities on the of decision-making model. Simulation model, built on the analogies of human intellectual activity and that of a PID-controller were developed. The quantitative decision-making effectiveness indicator by means of using the testing control methodology was suggested. The terms of this indicator are: performance as a quantitative measure of the decision-activity success and potency as a qualitative measure of power of the decision-techniques set. The received results allow solving the problem of forecasting the expected financial results and of rationalization of enterprise's labor resources distribution. (original abstract)
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