Instruments of Optimisation of the System of Corporate Management of Industrial Enterprises
Analysis and systematisation of modern scientific knowledge in the context of assessment of effectiveness allows making a conclusion that objectivity of an assessment directly depends on the level of sufficiency of assessment criteria, which could be defined as the degree of referentiality of a set of consecutively built properties, which do not correlate with each other. The specified problems require solution in the form of development and systematisation of criteria of assessment of effectiveness of the system of corporate management, which is proposed to perform by means of combining quantitative, qualitative and cost approaches to assessment of effectiveness and realisation of their predicative model of managerial decision making. This would allow formation of strategic measures on optimisation of the system of corporate management depending on the rank of the obtained mark of effectiveness.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 7 ()
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