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Harmony of Structure in Ensuring Viability of Entrepreneurship


  • Kashuba Yaroslav M.



The author grounds principles of formation of structure and manifestation of structural properties, which result in the state of viability of entrepreneurship and its elements. Viability of entrepreneurship is considered in accordance with the S. Beer concept and includes five Systems. According to the S. Beer model, modern entrepreneurship has no structure which would correspond with a viable system. Under modern conditions of the system, entrepreneurs, that are responsible for co-ordination and control of entrepreneurial activity, and management systems are uncoordinated. Development of information channels and co-ordination of the systems justify a necessity of weakening the borders of small business and bodies of state administration, since viability, in particular system stability, depends on its connections with external environment. Moreover, participation of public organisations is mandatory. The article develops principles of formation of a structure, which result in the state of viability of entrepreneurship and its elements and are based on cyclicity of processes of organisation and self-organisation that give birth to the processes of management and self-management. The author makes a conclusion that management of viability of the system of entrepreneurship should take place by means of overcoming contradictions, co-ordination of the structure and harmonisation of functions and connections.

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  • Kashuba Yaroslav M., 2013. "Harmony of Structure in Ensuring Viability of Entrepreneurship," Business Inform, RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS of NAS (KHARKIV, UKRAINE), Kharkiv National University of Economics, issue 9, pages 106-110.
  • Handle: RePEc:idp:bizinf:y:2013:i:9:p:106_110

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