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Перспективы цифровой трансформации механизмов координации

Parinov, Sergey (2021): Перспективы цифровой трансформации механизмов координации.

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The intensity and scale of communication between people, which have grown significantly over the past three decades, have not yet led to comparable in scale improvements in the coordination of the activities of socio-economic agents. One of the reasons is the lack of a full-fledged digital transformation of coordination mechanisms. Therefore, an urgent scientific task is to determine methodological approaches for the full digitalization of coordination processes. Cognitive sciences offer a fundamental description of the processes of socio-economic coordination in the form of a shared mental model of participants in joint activities. This approach made it possible to identify and analyze the main parameters of the basic version of the mechanism for coordinating activities, as well as to determine the possibilities of creating different versions of this mechanism, adapted to various cases of joint activity. It is shown that the traditional market and command coordination mechanisms are representable in terms of the shared mental model, as its particular cases. Analysis of the digitalization directions of the fundamental processes of coordination of activities, which are common for various coordination mechanisms, allows us to consider the consequences of their digital transformation in the form of increasing the efficiency of both these mechanisms and the economy as a whole. The possibility of creating an unified coordination mechanism based on computer technologies was considered, which, on the one hand, could replace the traditional market and command mechanisms, and on the other, could be used to coordinate all types of joint activities, including non-economic ones.

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