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Reflexive coordination of communications in the construction of models for the development of an industrial enterprise

Oleksii Bezchasnyi ()
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Oleksii Bezchasnyi: Department of Accounting and Audit, State University of Infrastructure and Technology, Kyiv, Ukraine

Virtual Economics, 2018, vol. 1, issue 1, 66-83

Abstract: The article develops the mechanism of hierarchical-reflexive coordination of communications at the enterprise, which involves coordinating the actions of management agents in the process of interactions. It was established that in the process of implementation of the mechanism of hierarchical coordination of communications, the interests of agents are coordinated in the horizontal and vertical directions. Accordingly, two types of reflection are used: informational (horizontal coordination) and strategic (vertical). The mutual influence of these types of reflection and the mismatch of the interests of agents within the hierarchy levels lead to contradictions and conflicts of inter-level (vertical) interactions. It is proved that reflection serves as the central management of the enterprise, it is the same task of the administrative function of coordination, at the same time, the task of coordination is the reflection of decisions that are taken as part of their coordination functions. Moreover, due to reflection there is a certain selection, filtering of management information, and coordination in turn serves as a managerial task that allows the company to move in the chosen direction

Keywords: Reflection; coordination; communication; model; mechanism; development; industrial enterprise; interaction; hierarchy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C61 M12 O12 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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DOI: 10.34021/ve.2018.01.01(5)

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