Process of Making the Organizational Simulation Modeling at the Microsocial Level of a Faculty
AbstractThis article proposes to bring to the specialists’ attention to the necessity of understanding of any organization as a natural system with complex self-regulation. Basing on such comprehension, the manager is able to conceive descriptive, evaluative and integrator models, by means of study, through simulation on computer, the variation of different parameters of internal working at the modification of the interactions with the medium or at different decisional alternatives. This way is achieved a sufficient precise and flexible conversational forecasting of the ways of functional and economic optimization, available for decisional factors, that avoids significantly the empirical experiments, usually the confusing ones, on the real organization and of course the implicit or explicit inducted loses. It will be showed general considerations of technological and managerial modeling of a faculty and also of the auto-adaptability through negative converse informational reaction, the basis for the understanding of the subjective social and organizational self-regulation.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Faculty of Management, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania in its journal REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL COMPARATIVE MANAGEMENT.
Volume (Year): 12 (2011)
Issue (Month): 3 (July)
technological flow; technological modeling; descriptive and evaluative managerial modeling; simulative model of systems with informational reaction; auto-adaptability.;
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