Conceptual Foundations of Monitoring
The article states the conceptual foundations of building up and functioning of the monitoring of objects of the organisational type. It formulates a generalised definition of the monitoring as a process of object observation through collection, systematisation, processing and accumulation of information with the aim to analyse and assess its current state in accordance with the earlier developed programme, diagnostics and assessment of its expected state at a certain moment of time in the event of violation of the equilibrium and tendencies of development and formation of the information and analytical basis for managerial decision making on provision of the goals of object development. The article provides a structure and describes stages of monitoring (formation of information and analytical basis and goals, analysis and assessment of the current state of an object, diagnostics of results of realisation of its strategy, assessment of results of realisation of the strategy, formation of the information and analytical basis of the process of preparation of managerial decision making) in the system of management of the process of development of an object of the organisational type. Moreover, the monitoring is considered as a method of control over a situation, a specific feedback tool, which ensures sustainable object development as a component of the management technology and a factor of reduction of risks when realising the object strategy. The article formulates requirements to formation of the information and analytical basis of monitoring and identifies tasks of organisation of its functioning.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 9 ()
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