METHODS OF DETERMINING OBJECTIVE FUNCTION ORGANIZATIONAL SYSTEMS

UDC 005

T. E. Smolentseva


The paper analyzes the methods of determining the objective function in hierarchical multi-level organizational systems with the identification of regulatory parameters. Evaluation of the functioning process is carried out according to the regulatory parameters at certain times. To determine the necessary measure of the space of standards, we monitor the dynamics of changes in these values at the time of planning due to the speed of their change. The possibility of optimizing the structure of complex systems, which involves the implementation of a uniform distribution between employees of hierarchical multi-level complex systems: functional tasks, the distribution of resources and raw materials. As an example, the optimization distribution of functional tasks of employees of organizational systems is considered. This method has several limitations on the distribution of functional tasks between employees, in this case it is necessary to use the balancing method, which integrates the indicators by expanding and allows you to more effectively solve this problem. The problem of multi-criteria evaluation of the efficiency of complex organizational systems is considered. To solve this problem, we propose the definition of the integral criterion for evaluating the functioning and the determination of the weight coefficients of the relative importance of local parameters that determine the strategy of management of the organization, as well as the use of additive incentive systems that determine the level of achievement of normative values of functioning in the systems under consideration.

Keywords: intensity function, the weights of relative importance, the maximum of the target function.

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