BUSINESS ENTERPRISE AS AN OBJECT OF MANAGING AND A SUBJECT OF ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR
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BUSINESS ENTERPRISE AS AN OBJECT OF MANAGING AND A SUBJECT OF ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR
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Vasily Presnyakov 
Valery Zotov Maria Belova
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31-41
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Business enterprises of today exist as symbiosis of three subsystems: technologic – productive, managerial and transactional. Therefore the tradition grown since long ago to evaluate the performance of business enterprises almost exclusively in terms of technical and economic efficiency appears is today rather insufficient. It created quite a distorted image of modern business enterprise, alienated from basic requirements of modern societies and their institutions. The authors propose an approach for analyzing coordination of processes between and inside the enterprise’s subsystems.

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an enterprise, transactional cover of an enterprise, management, processes: socio-psychological, managerial and operational, productive-technologic subsystem of an enterprise, participants of an enterprise activities
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01.06.2013
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