A Multiattractor Model for the Dynamic Control of Companies
AbstractThe dynamic behaviour of complex human organization in dynamic environments results from the interplay of multiple agents. In the particular case of commercial or industrial companies, the agents are for example the shareholders, the customers/consumers, the subcontractors/competitors, the workers/employees, etc. The role of the managers is to find and to maintain the adequate balance of resources between various management levels to respond to the conflicting interests of these agents without endangering the viability of the company.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Ecole Superieure de Commerce de Paris. Groupe ESCP- in its series Papers with number 98/138.
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