FEATURES OF MAKING DECISIONS CONDITIONED BY A THEATRE-OFWAR SITUATION WHICH DYNAMICALLY CHANGING

Victor E. Bobylov, Anatolii A. Kravchuk

Abstract


The investigation results of the process of decision-making by a commanding manager conditioned by a dynamically changing theatre-of-war situation have been revealed in the article. Hence, the main problematic issues emerging in the process of decision-making under abovementioned circumstances have been defined. While the author singled out ways and options for their solving.

Keywords


decision-making; dynamically changing theatre-of-war situation; a decision-maker.

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