UDC 005.934:005.34

JEL O22

Anokye Kwabena Ofosu

 

Holistic vision of economic security of enterprise by means of methodological “3m pyramid” and system model

 

Abstract

 

3M pyramid model and system model are used to consider methodological approach to undertaking organizational economic activity and economic security. This is a base to present them as effective means of holistic vision and thinking towards the attainment of economic security of enterprises. Fig. 2, Ref. 18.

 

Keywords

 

holism, reductionist, whole, system thinking, economic security, organization/enterprise/business.

 

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Сitation

 

Anokye Kwabena Ofosu (2014) Holistic vision of economic security of enterprise by means of methodological “3m pyramid” and system model. Project management and development of production, 52, 91-96

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