ОБЗОРЫ
МЕТОДЫ И АЛГОРИТМЫ АВТОМАТИЧЕСКОГО УПРАВЛЕНИЯ
КВАНТОВАЯ ИНФОРМАТИКА
АНАЛИЗ ДАННЫХ
МАШИННОЕ ОБУЧЕНИЕ
МЕТОДЫ МОДЕЛИРОВАНИЯ
ОПТИМИЗАЦИЯ БИЗНЕС-ПРОЦЕССОВ
К.А. Багратиони, А.Г. Прилипко "Учет фактора групповой осознанности в системах управления бизнеспроцессами предприятий"
К.А. Багратиони, А.Г. Прилипко "Учет фактора групповой осознанности в системах управления бизнеспроцессами предприятий"

Аннотация.

В статье рассматривается роль групповой осознанности в системах управления бизнес-процессами на предприятиях, активно использующих информационные технологии. Анализируются результаты соответствующих исследований, отраженные в работах зарубежных авторов. Предлагаются рекомендации, основанные на обзоре и анализе научной литературы. Рассматриваются социально-психологические факторы управления такими предприятиями, обсуждаются результаты исследований.

Ключевые слова:

информационные технологии, управление, групповая осознанность, высоконадежные организации.

Стр. 92-103.

Литература

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K.A. Bagrationi, A.G. Prilipko

"Enterprises’ business processes management systems: taking into account the factor of collective mindfulness"

Abstract. The role of collective mindfulness in IT-intensive organizations’business processes management systems is considered within the paper. Results of the relevant researches conducted by the foreign scholars are being analyzed. Recommendations based on the literature review and analysis are being proposed. Socio-psychological factors of IT-intensive organizations' management are considered, research results are discussed.
Keywords: Information Technology, Management, Collective Mindfulness, High Reliability Organizations. 

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