Determining priority of influence of information factors on a resulting indicator of realisation of strategic managerial decisions
The article considers one of methodical approaches to efficient realisation of information subsystem of strategic management in industrial enterprises and corporations. It shows that strategic information should provide efficient making and realisation of strategic managerial decisions, which are oriented at a final long-term result. It is recommended to single out priority strategic information in order to avoid excessive information flow. It provides methods of conducting analysis of influence on a resulting indicator of realisation of strategic managerial decisions of external and internal information factors. It establishes a number of factors that exert biggest influence on this resulting indicator.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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