Sfery decyzyjne w zintegrowanym organizmie przemysłowym
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The article discusses decisional spheres existing in the integrated industrial organism. In the first part at the article the author is proving that over a short time period the decision-maker's intervention is restricted by a number of external and internal factors narrowing the field of decision-making manoeuvre with this field being extended in a longer time period. In the second part, the author presents integration forms referring to companies in the modern shape i.e.: 1) uniting 3 fundamental spheres of activity - preproduction, production activity in its strict sense, and postproduction activity, 2) oriented at accomplishment of tasks on a large scale, 3) based on vertical structure of industrial activity. The author is also warning against interpretation of the outlined trends in development of companies as schemes drawing attention to the need for elastic treatment of the presented models. In the third part of the article quoting some examples the author points at measurable conditions which must be fulfilled for decisional spheres in the company to be separable and contributing to accomplishment of the outlined goals of activity.