Enterprise development management through managed chaos

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Nataliia Kasianova
Elena Tarasova
Nataliia Kravchuk


The purpose of the study is to substantiate the feasibility of using the theory of chaos in the process of managing the industrial enterprises. One of the tools for managing chaos is proposed to be chaos engineering – a method of conducting planned experiments that give an idea of how the system can behave as a result of disturbances. The introduction of chaos engineering will allow for prediction of possible perturbations and prepare the system for a new attractor at an optimal time with minimal losses. The chaos management model of the economic system, which allows either a radical change in the status of the enterprise, its ability to influence demand and supply while maintaining the subjectivity of the development, or to promote antifragility of the enterprise, allows strengthening the stability of the economic system.


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