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The Study of Management System's Structural Dependance in Socio-Technical System on the Correctness of Goal Articulation

Student: Ivan Kislyakov

Supervisor: Alexander Gromoff

Faculty: Graduate School of Business

Educational Programme: Electronic Business (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2021

The topic of this master's thesis is "The Study of Management System's Structural Dependance in Socio-Technical System on the Correctness of Goal Articulation". The purpose of this master's thesis is developing a method for optimizing the management system's structural dependance in socio-technical system on the correctness of goal articulation. During this master's thesis, the theoretical foundations of organization management as a sociotechnical system were investigated. Based on the research, method for optimizing the management system's structural dependance in socio-technical system on the correctness of goal articulation was developed and successfully tested on the example of PJSC "Aeroflot-Russian Airlines", which indicates the successful achievement of the set goal of the WRC and the fulfillment of all tasks.

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