Conceptual Modelling of Organizations

Eduard Anatoliiovych Maltsev, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Kyiv-Mohyla Business School

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The article offers an approach to the modelling of organizations that uses three types of representation: behavioural, normative and conceptual. This approach allows to create meaningful organizational models that adequately represent the complexity of modern organizations and may be useful in the management system development and strategic decision-making.


concept; model; organization; behaviour; management.


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Maltsev Eduard. Conceptual Modelling of Organizations // Scientific Papers NaUKMA. Economics. - 2016. - Vol. 1, N. 1. - P. 118-124.



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