Study of control system

Study of control systems
The relevance of research in studying systems is dictated by modern realities. The crisis of control systems in Russia is a reflection of changes in public and political life over the past 25 years. The emergence of corporations and large companies requires increased attention to the management theories developed in domestic science and practice. The use of foreign management models only partially meets the needs of managers, as such models are not effective enough.
A control system is a set of tools and means that ensuring the interaction, coordination, monitoring and feedback of all entities operating in the organization within the specified parameters.
The purpose of researching studying control systems in organizations is to obtain and analyze information about all of its elements and their subsequent optimization. Elements of control systems include all functions, technologies, personnel solutions, methods and information tools involved in the process. A sociological study of control systems considers an organization as a socio-cultural system with its own connections and relations influencing the process of making managerial decisions.
The tasks of a sociological study of control systems can be as follows:
  • description and analysis of the control system;
  • determination of the type of control system;
  • identification of subjects of the control system;
  • measuring the level of development and sustainability of the system;
  • determination of the effectiveness of management processes.
The methods of studying control systems depend on the goals and objectives of a particular project and organization. In a broad sense, the whole spectrum of sociological methods is used: surveys, testing, content analysis, focus group, etc. In addition to sociological methods, economic, technical and audit techniques are also used.
The result of the study is the formation of a control system that meets the demands and standards of the company. The distinctive features of such a control system are well-established channels of interaction and communication models, functional feedback, transparency and acceptance of the system by all of its subjects.
We should also note the importance of the process of making managerial decisions and a high level of trust in the system and persons exercising managerial influence.


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