MANAGEMENT DECISION-MAKING CONCEPTS AND MODELS FOR AGRICULTURAL ENTERPRISES IN NORTH KAZAKHSTAN
Keywords:decision-making models; decision making concepts; multicriteria tasks; hierarchy analysis method
The article is devoted to the analysis of the methodological aspects of the implementation of management decision-making processes for agricultural enterprises in North Kazakhstan to identify the optimal production scenarios in the context of many criteria and the availability of expert information. The international experience of using the hierarchy analysis method for making management decisions on various aspects of production in agricultural sectors is discussed. A comparative analysis of the concept of utility maximization and the concept of bounded rationality is carried out. It is indicated that for making decisions on determining the optimal multifactor scenarios for the production of agricultural enterprises advisable to use the concept of maximum utility of managerial decision-making. To develop an information-analytical decision-making support system for the rational organization of production at agricultural enterprises in North Kazakhstan it is proposed to use a normative model, which involves the use of well-known (normative) decision-making methods, including preference rules and methods for calculating criterion assessments determined for each of the alternatives. A roadmap for the implementation of an information and analytical decision support system for multi-criteria conditions and the availability of expert assessments that determine the scenarios for the agricultural facilities functioning in North Kazakhstan is presented.