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Unconventional methods of strategic distribution of the incertitude

Ciprian Alecu () and Octavian Jaba
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Octavian Jaba: UNIVERSITATEA "AL.I. CUZA" IASI, FACULTATEA DE ECONOMIE SI ADMINISTRAREA AFACERILOR

THE YEARBOOK OF THE "GH. ZANE" INSTITUTE OF ECONOMIC RESEARCHES, 2009, vol. 18, 15-28

Abstract: The incertitude became a phenomenon in itself, and it can be due both to the theoretical errors of the deciding factor, and to the imprecision and lack of informational wholeness. In order to reduce the incertitude, one has crystallized several directions of strategic management, through which the managers could manifest a logically structured attitude in limit situations. Practically, we cannot speak about the exclusive use of a specific category of methods and techniques, as their combination is realized by referring to concrete decisional situations. A group of these methods according to their nature might be the following: technocratic methods, political methods, structural methods and methods of strategic redistribution of the incertitude. The last one which suppose the absorption of the incertitude, through less conventional instruments, different from those previously presented. In this paperwork, our purpose is to bring into focus several instruments, which allow the participants to the economical activities to be able to approach the incertitude in this field.

Keywords: uncertainty; strategic management; technocratic methods; political methods; structural methods; methods of strategic redistribution of the incertitude (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2009
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