MANAGERIAL DECISION MAKING TO IMPROVE RESOURCE EFFICIENCY OF A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION BASED ON EXPERT AND VERIFICATION EVALUATION
The article considers the models and procedures of intellectual support of managerial decision making based on optimization and expert assessment. The main attention is paid to the long-term planning of the resource efficiency increase of a non-profit organization. The development of these theories for specific managerial problems is proposed. Non-profit, non-governmental organizations, organizations of the third sector serve as synonyms for NGOs. The issues of development and functioning of non-profit organizations, their socio-economic potential, mechanisms to increase the efficiency of their activities, tools to ensure partnerships with the government, are studied by economists, sociologists, and management specialists in social and economic systems. The so-called theories of the third sector that currently exist are aimed at analyzing NGOs as a management system, and economic mechanisms that affect the functioning of social movements and organizations with the use of regression and neural network models based on monitoring and rating information. The allocation of additional costs for the implementation of measures to improve resource efficiency is proposed to be carried out using a multi-step process of optimal decision making. As a result, we have many alternative solutions. To select a rational option, an expert assessment procedure has been developed with the involvement of a group of experts and the building of an inverse rank sequence and matrix of individual weighting coefficients. The final managerial decision choice is made by the logical conditions sequentially checking and obtaining a group compromise assessment.
Keywords: resource efficiency, multivariance, management, multi-step optimization, group expert assessment, ranking.